A look at MLS: Highlighting Week two of 2022

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Week two of MLS play is in the books and yet again there were more fireworks, more upsets, and more goalazos. Overall, there were 32 goals scored including two six-goal games and five red cards! Here is a look back at week two!

A look at MLS: Week 2
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A look at MLS: Week Two

New England Revolution Vs. FC Dallas

Toronto FC Vs. NY Red Bulls

Sporting KC Vs. Houston Dynamo

CF Montreal Vs. Philadelphia Union

San Jose Earthquakes Vs. Columbus Crew

Chicago Fire Vs. Orlando City SC

Vancouver Whitecaps FC Vs. NYCFC

FC Cincinnati Vs. D.C. United

Minnesota United FC Vs. Nashville SC

Colorado Rapids Vs. Atlanta United

Real Salt Lake Vs. Seattle Sounders

Charlotte FC Vs. LA Galaxy


Winners in the East: NE Revolution, NY Red Bulls, Philadelphia Union, D.C. United

Draws in the East: NYCFC, Chicago fire, Orlando City FC, Columbus Crew

Losers in the East: Toronto FC, CF Montreal, FC Cincinnati, Atlanta United, Charlotte FC, Inter Miami

Winners in the West: Sporting KC, Real Salt Lake, LA Galaxy, Austin FC, Colorado Rapids

Draws in the West: Nashville SC, Minnesota United FC, San Jose Earthquakes, Portland Timbers, LAFC, Vancouver Whitecaps FC

Losers in the West: Houston Dynamo, Seattle Sounders, FC Dallas

Week Three Starts Now

Week three is coming up next weekend! All 28 teams will be back in action next Saturday and Sunday, March 12-13th. Here’s a look at the matches.

Saturday, March 12th

  • NYCFC Vs. Montreal
  • Inter Miami Vs. LAFC
  • Columbus Vs. Toronto
  • Seattle Vs. LA Galaxy
  • Houston Vs. Vancouver
  • New England Vs. Salt Lake
  • Orlando Vs. Cincinnati
  • D.C. Vs. Chicago
  • Philadelphia Vs. San Jose
  • Dallas Vs. Nashville
  • Colorado Vs. Kansas City
  • Portland Vs. Austin

Sunday, March 13th

  • Atlanta Vs. Charlotte
  • NYRB Vs. Minnesota

Will Austin put up 5 goals again? Will Chicago score a goal? Which CCL team (NYCFC and Montreal) will break their winless streak in the league? Find out the answers to these questions and more during week three of MLS play!

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