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Leagues Cup

Charlotte FC 0-3 Atlanta United

In an emotional game between the two teams for whom Anton Walkes played in his MLS career, the hosts quickly went behind thanks to Caleb Wiley, and the eighteen-year-old added a second in first half stoppage time, netting a brace to help the visitors stay top of the Eastern Conference.

Vancouver Whitecaps 1-1 FC Dallas

The Canadian side were playing their first home game of the season, but conceded quickly as center back Sebastien Ibeagha gave Dallas the lead after just five minutes. The hosts would battle back, though, and an own goal from Paul Arriola was enough for a draw.

D.C. United 1-1 Orlando City SC

Orlando traveled north to face D.C. United and despite conceding a late equalizer to the hosts’ Chris Durkin, they remain undefeated, having conceded just once across their first three games.

FC Cincinnati 1-0 Seattle Sounders

Despite the Nick Hagglund red card, a goal from Brenner just after the hour was enough for the hosts to end Seattle’s perfect start to the season. Now joint-level on top of the Eastern Conference with Atlanta and Nashville, Pat Noonan’s side looks in great form ahead of their trip to Chicago.

Philadelphia Union 1-0 Chicago Fire

A late winner from Joaquín Torres made the difference for the defending Eastern Conference champions at home to Chicago, who finished with nine men as Kei Kamara and Fabian Herbers were both sent off.

New York City FC 1-0 Inter Miami CF

An own goal from defender Christopher McVey was all that separated these two sides in a lively encounter as NYCFC won their home opener. Despite the loss, Miami remains just a point off the top of the conference ahead of their trip to Toronto this weekend.

Toronto FC 1-1 Columbus Crew

Toronto remains winless to start the season, despite Dwayne Kerr’s first half strike having given them the lead. Columbus battled back and leveled the match through Jimmy Medranda fifteen minutes from time.

Minnesota United 1-1 New York Red Bulls

At a snowy Allianz Field, a scrappy affair saw the Loons take an early lead through Bongokuhle Hlongwane, before the visitors equalized just after halftime, leaving Minnesota unbeaten but New York still looking for its first win of the season.

Nashville SC 2-0 CF Montréal

Jacob Shaffelburg scored his second goal of the new season, while Taylor Washington sealed the result just before full time to leave Nashville in second place on goal difference.

Sporting Kansas City 0-0 LA Galaxy

Both of these teams have struggled to score without key attackers, and that continued to be the case here. SKC are goalless this season, as they await the return of Alan Pulido from injury, while the Galaxy were without Javier Hernández.

Real Salt Lake 1-2 FC Austin

FC Austin look to have put an opening-day loss to St. Louis City SC behind them as they recorded a second straight win with a pair of stunning strikes from Jon Gallagher and Owen Wolff; Justen Glad scored the consolation for the hosts.

Portland Timbers 1-2 St. Louis City SC

The expansion side continue to be the story of the season to date as they won their third straight match, shaking off an early goal from Zac McGraw to continue their perfect start.

San José Earthquakes 1-0 Colorado Rapids

Cristian Espinoza scored a stunner for the hosts, who held on after Jamiro Monteiro was sent off to record their second straight victory at home.

LAFC 4-0 New England Revolution

This was billed as one of the weekend’s biggest matches, which had to be played on Sunday following LAFC’s match in the Concacaf Champions League on Thursday. Denis Bouanga had been the star of that match with a hat trick, and was back in top form here, netting two goals and adding an assist as the hosts ended the Revs’ perfect start and continued their own.