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Chris Wondolowski still flies under MLS radar despite prolific goals, heroics

Chris Wondolowski heroically converted a 95th-minute penalty to earn San Jose a much-needed point against Philadelphia.
Major League Soccer: Chris Wondolowski (90'+5) San Jose Earthquakes 2-2 Philadelphia Union

During the 2012 MLS All-Star game, as Chris Wondolowski left the field at half-time, Chelsea captain John Terry fell into step beside him to tell him, in tones of puzzlement as much as admiration, that "your movement is incredible." Wondolowski had lost Terry in the build-up to scoring the first goal of the game, just as he lost multiple MLS defenders that season in equalling the MLS single-season scoring record he now shares with Roy Lassiter and Bradley Wright-Phillips.

It was an outstanding...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Orlando City's Will Johnson to miss 2-4 weeks with ankle sprain

Orlando City had to settle for a draw after Columbus were reduced to 10 men in a back-and-forth affair in Florida.

Orlando City midfielder Will Johnson will miss the next two to four weeks with an ankle sprain.

Johnson, 30, has started all but two of Orlando's games this season but limped out of Orlando's 1-1 draw with Columbus on Saturday in the 32nd minute.

A club spokesperson confirmed the extent of the injury to the Orlando Sentinel. He could miss up to four of Orlando's nine remaining games.

Johnson was replaced by Cristian Higuita, who could see more time in Johnson's absence for Orlando, which has also...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

NYCFC's Patrick Vieira concedes MLS Supporters' Shield race to Toronto FC

Herculez Gomez and Brian McBride discuss Toronto's dominant win over Chicago and their pursuit of MLS history.

New York City FC coach Patrick Vieira believes Toronto FC will not be caught in the race for the MLS Supporters' Shield.

NYCFC rallied to beat the New England Revolution on Sunday to stay four points back of the Eastern Conference leaders, after Toronto ran out to a 3-1 win away to the Chicago Fire on Saturday night.

And based on Toronto's current form, Vieira does not expect to pass the Reds for the league's best regular-season record, despite having nine games remaining.

"It was important...