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Toronto FC success shaped by talent that came through Chivas USA

ESPN FC's Herc Gomez feels Toronto FC have all the tools to win the CONCACAF Champions League against Chivas Guadalajara.

The matchup in this year's CONCACAF Champions League final is awash in irony.

Toronto FC and C.D. Guadalajara will square off in Tuesday's first leg at BMO Field, and on the surface, there seems to be little that connects the two sides. TFC has been around for just more than 10 years. Chivas has been around for more than 110 and has a long, storied history that includes fielding only Mexican players. But when the relationship is expanded to include Chivas USA, Guadalajara's defunct sister club...

 By Arch Bell

Portland Timbers make leap, top four remain same in Power Rankings

From NYCFC's rout of RSL to Darwin Quintero's debut goal, check out all the goals from the seventh round of MLS action.

The Portland Timbers were the big movers this week, while the top four stay unchanged.

1. New York City FC (no change)
NYCFC impressively had Atlanta pinned back at certain stages of Sunday's 2-2 draw. Patrick Vieira keeps showing his coaching chops each week.

2. Atlanta United (no change)
Ezequiel Barco finally made his MLS debut in the 2-2 draw with NYCFC, albeit for just 20 minutes. Buckle up for the Barco-Miguel Almiron-Josef Martinez trio.

3. New York Red Bulls (no change)
After Saturday's...

 By Chris Wright

Schweinsteiger and Ibrahimovic reunite as Fire play host to Galaxy

Zlatan Ibrahimovic heads in what proved to be the winning goal for LA Galaxy at Chicago in his first MLS start.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic marked his first MLS start with the winning goal in LA Galaxy's win over Bastian Schweinsteiger and the Chicago Fire.

When the LA Galaxy traveled to the Chicago Fire on Saturday, it gave two highly decorated stalwarts the chance to once again square off.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic lined up in attack for the Galaxy, while Bastian Schweinsteiger was deployed in central defense by the Fire to directly counteract the Swede.

However, Schweinsteiger was unable to prevent Ibrahimovic from finding the net -- his third goal in three appearances for the Galaxy -- as the visitors mustered a narrow 1-0 victory at Toyota Park.

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Clash of titans like Ibrahimovic vs. Schweinsteiger a rarity in younger MLS

Zlatan Ibrahimovic speaks exclusively to ESPN about his move to MLS, playing under Jose Mourinho and whether or not he'll play with Sweden at the World Cup.

A clash of narratives is set to take place when the LA Galaxy travel to Bridgeview, Illinois, to take on the Chicago Fire this weekend.

Major League Soccer has gone to great lengths to tout how the players entering the league in recent seasons are younger and more likely to be in their prime years. And sure enough, Saturday's match will feature performers like Jonathan dos Santos, 27, and Ola Kamara, 28, for the Galaxy, as well as 27-year-old Aleksandar Katai for the Fire. While Nemanja Nikolic...

 By Matt Pentz

Vancouver chooses steady success over flash of newcomers like LAFC

Perhaps no team in MLS has achieved more with less attention paid than the Whitecaps.

Los Angeles FC has never lacked for attention. From the moment of its unveiling as an MLS expansion franchise, with a ceremony attended by co-owners as famous and as varied as Earvin "Magic" Johnson and Tony Robbins, eyeballs have naturally gravitated in its direction. From its objectively cool logo to its corny but catchy way of unveiling new signings on social media, LAFC was a marketing sensation long before it actually set foot on the field.

In action, too, the club has so far been impossible...

Boxall at forefront of New Zealand's increasing influence in booming MLS

An early own goal helped Atlanta United hold on for the win against Minnesota United after being reduced to 10 men before halftime.

MINNEAPOLIS -- In its 23 years of existence, Major League Soccer has been home to just 18 players from New Zealand. Of those 18, eight are plying their trade in MLS right now. Not since 2011, when five Kiwis played in the U.S. and Canada, has the league been home to so many players from the Land of the Long White Cloud.

Michael Boxall captained the All Whites in their friendly against Canada last month, and the Minnesota United defender has witnessed both of MLS' New Zealand high-water marks firsthand.

The...