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MLS Final Kick: Week 27-2
MLS: Relive all the best action from around the league including a series of controversial penalties and stunning goals in this week's MLS Final Kick.
(03:08) | Sep 15, 2014
Highlights: Colorado Rapids 2-2 Portland Timbers-1
MLS: The Colorado Rapids and Portland Timbers were forced to settle with a 2-2 draw at Dick's Sporting Goods Park, courtesy of second half goals from Dillon Powers, Deshorn Brown and Gaston Fernandez.
(01:20) | Sep 14, 2014
Highlights: Houston Dynamo 2-2 Columbus Crew
MLS: The Columbus Crew stole a point against the Houston Dynamo at the BBVA Compass Stadium, as both Wil Trapp and Ethan Finlay notched goals early in the second half for the Crew.
(01:15) | Sep 14, 2014
Highlights: FC Dallas 2-1 Vancouver Whitecaps
MLS: Erik Hurtado's second half goal would not be enough for the Whitecaps, as Blas Perez notched two goals past David Ousted to help secure three points for FC Dallas.
(01:04) | Sep 14, 2014
Highlights: Chicago Fire 1-1 Toronto FC
MLS: The Chicago Fire got off to a dream start against Toronto FC thanks to a goal by Lovel Palmer, but it was a goal at the death from the head of Dwayne De Rosario that locked the match at 1-1.
(01:29) | Sep 14, 2014
Highlights: Philadelphia Union 2-2 New York Red Bulls
MLS: The New York Red Bulls settled for a 2-2 draw with the Philadelphia Union after a controversial stoppage time penalty decision, which the Union's Sebastien Le Toux thundered home.
(01:41) | Sep 14, 2014
Highlights: New England Revolution 2-1 Montreal Impact
MLS: The New England Revolution continued their winning ways at Gillette Stadium with a 2-1 win over the Montreal Impact, accounting as New England's fifth consecutive victory.
(01:15) | Sep 14, 2014
Highlights: Vancouver 2-0 San Jose
MLS: Vancouver moved ahead of Portland in the Western Conference standings with a 2-0 victory over San Jose.
(00:48) | Sep 11, 2014
Highlights: NY Red Bulls 1-0 DC United
MLS: DC United battled hard with 10 men and nearly escaped with a point, but in the 90th minute Lloyd Sam finally broke down DC's resolute defence.
(01:35) | Sep 11, 2014
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FootballFA chairman Greg Dyke has confirmed he was given a £16,400 watch by the Brazilian FA during the World Cup but had no idea of its value and will return the gift
In his first two games as an Arsenal player, Danny Welbeck should really have scored as many goals. Although his all-round game has been encouraging, the England international has been wasteful and needs time
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The eight group winners all won their last 16 matches to progress to the World Cup quarter-finals. Has this ever happened before?