Galaxy wins the MLS Cup for a record fifth time. Zardes scores in the 52th minute to give the Galaxy the lead. Tierney equalizes for Revolution in the 79th minute, forcing overtime. Keane found the back of the net in the 111th minute, securing the win for Galaxy.
Barnes scores in the first half to give the Dynamo the lead at halftime, but Nguyen scores twice in the second half to secure a win for the Revolution, who are currently in second place in the Eastern Conference, three points behind DC United. The Dynamo are in seventh place in the Western Conference.
Calum Mallace scores the game’s first goal for Montreal (13’), but Kelyn Rowe (23’) and Lee Nguyen (25’) would find the back of the net soon afterwards for the Revolution, securing the win for New England. The Revolution are in third place in the Eastern Conference, while the Impact are in last place.
Sporting Kansas City travels to Massachusetts to take on the Revolution at Gillette Stadium. New England is currently in third place in the Eastern conference and will cut the deficit with second place Sporting to six points with a win. Kickoff is 7:30 PM Eastern time on 3 September. Ismail Elfath will officiate the match.