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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2019/2020 Season

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5 NY Red Bulls 7 3 6 24
6 NYCFC 5 8 1 23
7 Toronto 5 4 6 19
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The truth hurts: The tough questions facing all 24 MLS clubs in the second half of 2019

Check out every goal from the weekend in MLS, highlighted by a ridiculous bicycle kick from LA Galaxy's Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

With half of the 2019 MLS season gone, what are the realistic goals for all 24 teams with the secondary transfer window opening ahead of the final months of the season? Here are the biggest questions facing each club.

It has not been boring in Atlanta. Just weeks into the season, many Atlanta United fans wanted new head coach Frank de Boer's head on a platter, but slowly the Dutchman got things turned around and suddenly the 2018 champions are just two points out of the top spot in the Eastern...

Heber, NYCFC power past hapless FC Cincinnati

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Major League Soccer: Alexandru Mitrita (11') NYCFC 1-0 FC Cincinnati

Forward Heber scored two goals and midfielder Maximiliano Moralez added one goal and a career-best three assists as New York City FC rolled to a 5-2 victory over FC Cincinnati on Thursday night at Yankee Stadium.

Alexandru Mitrita and Ismael Tajouri-Shradi also scored goals and defender Anton Tinnerholm had two assists as New York City FC (5-1-8, 23 points) extended the longest active unbeaten streak in MLS play to 10 matches. NYCFC is 5-0-5 during the stretch.

The five goals were a season high...

Chanot's presence at ever-evolving NYCFC has Bronx club looking up again

In Zack Steffen's final game with the Crew, Valentin Castellanos' stunning equalizer secured the 2-2 draw for NYCFC.

ORANGEBURG, N.Y. -- Whether it is on the training ground or following a match, Maxime Chanot always leaves the field the same way. The New York City FC center-back, one of the longest-tenured players on the team, drops to one knee and lifts his eyes toward the heavens. What follows for Chanot is an intricate ritual that lasts several minutes, a prayer in which he thanks God not just for the game of soccer but for the path it paved for him to escape poverty.

NYCFC in turn should be thankful for...