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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 LAFC 18 4 3 58
2 Minnesota 12 6 8 42
3 LA Galaxy 13 2 11 41
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Portland TimbersPortland Timbers
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Danladi scores late as Loons tie Lions

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Orlando City though they were awarded a penalty to seal the win over Minnesota, but Tesho Akindele was judged to be offside and the potential handball was negated.

Abu Danladi's stoppage-time equalizer salvaged a point for Minnesota United in a 1-1 draw with visiting Orlando City on Saturday.

In the game's 92nd minute, a long throw-in took a deflection in front of net and fell to the feet of Danladi, who converted the chance for his second goal of the season.

Two minutes later, a video review in the 94th minute erased an Orlando City penalty kick opportunity. Chase Gasper was called for a handball in the box, though the penalty decision was reversed due to...

Quintero on target as Minnesota downs Rapids

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Minnesota have taken sole possession of second place in the West thanks to Darwin Quintero's lone goal against Colorado. To watch more MLS, sign up for ESPN+.

Darwin Quintero made up for a missed penalty kick by scoring in the 39th minute as Minnesota United FC won 1-0 over the visiting Colorado Rapids on Wednesday night at Saint Paul, Minn.

Minnesota (12-8-5, 41 points) was the aggressor most of the night, holding nearly 60 percent of the possession, to bounce back from Saturday's 5-3 loss at FC Dallas that ended its seven-game MLS unbeaten run.

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