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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
10 Columbus 10 8 16 38
11 Orlando 9 10 15 37
12 Cincinnati 6 6 22 24
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FC CincinnatiFC Cincinnati
Chicago FireChicago Fire
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FC CincinnatiFC Cincinnati
Atlanta United FCAtlanta United FC
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FC CincinnatiFC Cincinnati
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Toronto FCToronto FC
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FC CincinnatiFC Cincinnati
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New York City FCNew York City FC
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Orlando City's playoff hopes dashed after draw in Cincinnati

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Orlando City SCOrlando City SC
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Orlando City SC saw their slim playoff chances come to an end with a 1-1 draw at Nippert Stadium. To watch MLS, sign up for ESPN+.

Benji Michel scored in second-half stoppage time as Orlando City SC rallied for a 1-1 draw Sunday at FC Cincinnati.

Despite the draw, Orlando (37 points) was eliminated from playoff contention. The Lions needed to win their final two games of the regular season, plus get some help, to qualify for the MLS' Eastern Conference playoffs. Orlando's winless streak was extended to seven matches (0-3-4).

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Fire, FC Cincinnati settle for scoreless draw

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Chicago FireChicago Fire
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Chicago failed grab three points vs. last place Cincinnati, making a playoff berth less likely. To watch MLS, sign up for ESPN+.

Aleksandar Katai attempted four shots, but only one was on target, and the Chicago Fire settled for a 0-0 draw with host FC Cincinnati on Saturday night.

Chicago (9-12-11, 38 points) remained three points behind New England for the seventh and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference, after the Revolution played to a 0-0 draw with Real Salt Lake.

Katai, who leads the Fire with 98 shots this year, missed a chance to give Chicago the win two minutes into stoppage time, as his attempt sailed high....