- Associated Press - Sunday, June 21, 2015

MONTREAL (AP) - Donny Toia scored his first Major League Soccer goal, leading the Montreal Impact to a 2-0 victory over Orlando City on Saturday night.

Dominic Oduro also scored in stoppage time for the Impact (5-5-2), who have won five of their last seven matches, including four in a row at home.

Expansion Orlando City (5-6-5), which earned a 2-2 draw in Montreal in their first meeting in March, lost a five-game unbeaten run.

Toia, a right back obtained from the defunct Chivas USA, was at the near post to lunge forward and head Marco Donadel’s corner kick under the cross bar in the 36th minute.

The goal came three minutes after Orlando City goalie Tally Hall made a spectacular diving save on a low Ignacio Piatti drive from the edge of the area.


TORONTO (AP) - David Villa scored twice to help expansion New York City FC stop Toronto’s unbeaten streak at five games.

Villa converted a penalty shot in the eighth minute after Benoit Cheyrou was whistled for a hand ball in the box.

Villa got his second of the night when New York pounced on a soft pass from Toronto goalkeeper Chris Konopka to defender Eriq Zavaleta. The turnover proved costly - an easy goal for the former Valencia and Barcelona star in the 58th minute.


CARSON, Calif. (AP) - Gyasi Zardes had a goal and two assists, and the Galaxy beat the Union in the only league meeting between the teams this season.

Baggio Husidic opened the scoring with a putback in the 23rd minute after Zardes’ shot rebounded squarely off the post.

The Galaxy (6-5-7) doubled their lead in the 35th when Zardes cut a cross back to Juninho, who blasted home a left-footed shot.

Robbie Keane delivered a wide cross past four defenders to assist Zardes in the 56th minute.

C.J. Sapong put the Union (4-10-3) on the board in the 58th minute with a turnaround blast.


SEATTLE (AP) - Matias Perez Garcia set up Sanna Nyassi’s first-half goal, and then scored in the second half to help San Jose to the road win.

Nyassi’s goal, coming midway through the 28th minute, was his second of the year. Garcia scored his first of the season in the 73rd minute.

David Bingham recorded his fifth shutout for the Earthquakes (6-5-4, 22 points), who halted a three-game winless streak. It was their first victory since a 2-0 win over Columbus on May 16.

The MLS-leading Sounders (9-5-2, 29 points) were without four players who had accounted for 18 of their league-high 23 goals. Clint Dempsey (seven goals) served the first game of a three-game suspension handed down Friday, the result of an animated dispute with a referee in Tuesday’s 3-1 loss to rival Portland in the U.S. Open Cup.


HARRISON, N.J. (AP) - David Ousted saved two penalty kicks, and the Whitecaps held off the 10-man Red Bulls for the win.

Bradley Wright-Phillips took the penalty kicks for the Red Bulls (4-5-5) in the fifth and the 65th minutes - and both went waist high and to Ousted’s right.

Kekuta Manneh opened the scoring with a close-range goal in the 15th minute, and Kianz Froese added another for the Whitecaps (9-6-2) with a breakaway in the 77th.

Anatole Abang pulled New York back within one in the 82nd, but Ousted made his most difficult save of the match a minute later, diving and deflecting Manolo Sanchez’s low-skipping shot out of play.

Sacha Kljestan picked up the red card in the 11th when he elbowed and tripped Kendall Waston.

The Red Bulls lost their fourth league match in a row.


PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - Maximiliano Urruti and Gaston Fernandez scored to lift the Timbers a victory over the Dynamo.

The Timbers opened the scoring in the 34th minute, when Urruti headed a free kick by Jorge Villafana into the upper right corner for his third goal of the season. For Villafana, it was his third assist of the season, and his second consecutive game with an assist. That makes him the first Portland defender to earn assists in consecutive games since the team joined MLS in 2011.

Fernandez added his goal in the 60th minute off of a penalty kick. A Timbers corner kick landed at the feet of Rodney Wallace and while attempting a shot, referee Baldomero Toledo judged the Portland midfielder was fouled and awarded the penalty. Houston goalkeeper Tyler Deric dove the wrong way as Fernandez placed a solid shot into the upper right corner for his second goal of the season.

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