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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2019/2020 Season

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10 Chicago 8 9 11 33
11 Columbus 7 6 14 27
12 Cincinnati 5 3 18 18
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Castellanos, Heber score twice as NYCFC defeats FC Cincy

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Major League Soccer: Allan Cruz (30') FC Cincinnati 1-0 New York City FC. To watch MLS sign up to ESPN+.
Valentín Castellanos and Heber both scored twice as NYCFC closed in on first place in the East with a win at Cincy. To watch MLS sign up to ESPN+.

Valentin Castellanos and Heber each had two goals, and Maxi Moralez recorded two more assists, as visiting New York City FC beat FC Cincinnati 4-1 on Saturday night.

Castellanos, who raised his 2019 goal total to nine, also added an assist for NYCFC (11-5-8, 41 points), which overcame an early 1-0 deficit to win for the fourth time in six games. Four of Heber's team-leading 12 goals have come while City outscored expansion Cincinnati (5-18-3, 18 points) 9-3 to do the season double. Moralez, meanwhile,...

Crew draw with FC Cincy in first-ever Ohio derby

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Major League Soccer: Darren Mattocks (16') Columbus Crew 0-1 FC Cincinnati. To watch MLS, sign up to ESPN+.
FC Cincinnati fended off sustained late pressure from the Columbus Crew to see out a 2-2 draw in the first Ohio derby. To watch MLS, sign up to ESPN+.

Pedro Santos scored the equalizing goal in the 62nd minute, and the Columbus Crew rallied from two goals down to draw with visiting FC Cincinnati 2-2 on Saturday night in the first MLS meeting between these Ohio foes.

Darren Mattocks and Emmanuel Ledesma each scored first-half goals to give Cincinnati (5-17-3, 18 points) a 2-0 lead. FCC halted a four-game losing streak in new coach Ron Jans' debut, but they appeared on the verge of extending the losing streak on multiple occasions.

Columbus (7-14-5,...