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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
6 Salt Lake 9 2 9 29
7 Dallas 8 5 8 29
8 Houston 8 3 8 27
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Streaking Minnesota wins again, takes down FC Dallas

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Minnesota broke the deadlock with FC Dallas in stoppage time, then Vito Mannone saved a penalty kick he conceded to earn the Loons a crazy win.
Major League soccer: Mason Toye (90'+1) Minnesota United 1-0 FC Dallas

Mason Toye scored on a rebound in the 91st minute and Vito Mannone had six saves -- including one on a penalty kick in the eighth minute of stoppage time -- to lead Minnesota United to a 1-0 victory over FC Dallas on Saturday night in Saint Paul, Minn.

It was the fourth consecutive MLS win and seventh in all competitions for the Loons, who moved into third place in the Western Conference.

Toye's goal, his fourth of the season and third in two games, came when he booted in a rebound of a Jan Gregus...

FC Dallas shut out 10-man D.C. United

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Major League Soccer: Harold Mosquera (6') FC Dallas 1-0 D.C. United
Harold Mosquera found the net early and FC Dallas never looked back, defeating D.C. United 2-0 at Toyota Stadium.

Santiago Mosquera scored his first goal of the season and helped set up another, leading FC Dallas to a 2-0 victory over a D.C. United team that finished with 10 men on Thursday night at Frisco, Texas.

Dominique Badji capitalized on Mosquera's setup work to add his fifth goal of the year for Dallas (8-7-5, 29 points), which stretched its home unbeaten run to five matches and climbed four spots to third in the Western Conference.

Even on points, Dallas is now ahead of the Sounders via a plus-4 goal...