Lawrence Gets First Goal Of Season As Red Bulls Defeat FireThe win for the Red Bulls (5-3-1), their third straight, spoiled the return of popular midfielder Dax McCarty, who was traded to the Fire in the offseason after 5½ seasons in New York.
Harrison Strikes Twice, Herrera Gets First MLS Goal As NYCFC Beats CrewThe 20-year-old Harrison chipped home, from the top-right corner of the 6-yard box, a perfectly place ball from Maximiliano Moralez to give NYCFC (4-3-1) a 1-0 lead in the opening minutes.
Larin's Two Goals Lift Orlando City SC Over NYCFCOrlando City coach Jason Kreis beat his former team New York City FC, 2-1 on Sunday to move atop the Eastern Conference standings.
Robles Earns 4th Shutout As Red Bulls Top CrewThe Red Bulls (4-3-1) are unbeaten in their last 18 regular-season home games, 15 of them wins and 12 shutouts, including four straight.
NYCFC Beats Winless Union With Goals From Harrison, VillaNew York City (3-2-1) had lost six of its last nine regular-season away games. Philadelphia (0-4-2) has only won once in its last 10 home games.
Sam, Acosta Score In DC United's Victory Over NYCFCAfter going scoreless in the first three matches of the season, D.C. United (2-2-1) has scored two goals in each of the last two.
'Soccer In The City' Podcast: NYCFC's Win Over Quakes, Sean Johnson's Merits And MoreThe guys review New York City FC's win over San Jose and debate about the merits of Sean Johnson, the value of Thomas McNamara and whether it's time for Andrea Pirlo to give up free-kick duties.
Torres Scores Three Straight As Dynamos Beat Red BullsTorres broke the tie in the 41st minute with his first goal, converting a penalty kick after Mauro Manotas was taken down in the box.
NYCFC Defeats Earthquakes With Goals From Harrison, McNamaraHarrison ran to David Villa's back-heel pass and powered a shot off goalkeeper David Bingham's hands. McNamara made it 2-1 after a nice combination play.
Robles Earns Shutout In Record-Setting Start As Red Bulls Defeat RapidsThe Red Bulls (2-0) are unbeaten in 18 straight MLS matches (11-7-0), one shy of the league record set by Columbus (2004-05).
Red Bulls Rally To Ruin Atlanta United's DebutNew York's comeback spoiled the inaugural Major League Soccer match for Atlanta United, the expansion team that had the support of a sellout crowd of 55,000.
New York City FC Drops Season Opener To Orlando CityOrlando City's Ricardo Kaka left the game in the opening minutes with a leg injury.

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