- Associated Press - Saturday, June 3, 2017

FRISCO, Texas (AP) - Roland Lamah had his first career MLS hat trick and FC Dallas beat Real Salt Lake 6-2 on Saturday night to snap a four-game winless streak.

Lamah’s final goal gave FC Dallas (6-2-5) a 3-0 lead in the 31st minute - the second-fastest hat trick from kickoff in MLS history. Maximiliano Urruti and Tesho Akindele added first-half goals and Dallas became the first team to score five goals in the first half of an MLS game.

Omar Holness scored in the 70th minute and Kyle Beckerman’s goal moments later pulled Real Salt Lake (4-10-2) to 5-2.

Jesus Ferreira, who came on for Lamah in the 71st, capped the scoring in the closing minutes. It was the first career appearance for the 16-year-old homegrown, the son of 2010 MLS MVP David Ferreira.

REVOLUTION 3, TORONTO FC 0

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) - Juan Agudelo had a goal and an assist, Benjamin Angoua added his first career MLS goal and New England beat Toronto FC.

Angoua headed home a corner kick by Lee Nguyen in the 17th minute, Fagundez added a goal in the 66th, and Agudelo gave New England (5-5-5) a 3-0 lead in the 85th.

Toronto (8-2-5), which hadn’t lost since April 15, had its eight-match unbeaten streak snapped.

New England’s Cody Cropper had three saves - including a leaping stop of a long-range shot by Armando Cooper in the 34th minute - for his fourth shutout of the season.

SPORTING KC 3, MINNESOTA UNITED 0

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) - Ike Opara, Jimmy Medranda and Saad Abdul-Salaam scored their first goals of the season, Tim Melia had his eighth shutout and Sporting Kansas City beat Minnesota United to move back into first place in the Western Conference.

Sporting KC (7-4-4) improved to 6-0-1 at home, outscoring opponents 16-2. Melia also had eight shutouts in each of the last two seasons after he was signed by KC.

Expansion Minnesota is 4-8-1 overall and 0-5-2 on the road.

IMPACT 1, RED BULLS 0

MONTREAL (AP) - Blerim Dzemaili scored his first MLS goal and Montreal beat New York.

Dzemaili scored in the 67th minute, finishing a give-and-go with Ignacio Piatt by firing a right-footed strike past Luis Robles. The Swiss international also scored in Montreal’s 4-2 victory over Vancouver in the Canadian Championship on Tuesday night.

The Impact (4-4-4) have won consecutive league games for the first time this season.

The Red Bulls (6-7-2) extended their road losing streak to six games.

NEW YORK CITY FC 2, UNION 1

NEW YORK (AP) - Maxime Chanot and Alexander Callens scored off corners in the final 10 minutes in New York City’s FC’S victory over Philadelphia.

Chanot rose between two defenders and headed the ball inside the near post off the corner from Maximiliano Morzlez to tie it in the 80th minute.

Callens got the winner for NYCFC (7-5-3) five minutes later when he knocked in a rebound.

Fabrice-Jean Picault scored for the Union (4-6-4) in the 69th minute.

WHITECAPS 3, ATLANTA UNITED 1

VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) - Kendall Waston scored twice in the first half and Fredy Montero snapped a five-game goal drought to help Vancouver beat expansion Atlanta.

Waston tied it at 1 in the 31st minute, and gave Vancouver (6-6-1) the lead in the 44th. Montero scored in the 68th. Greg Garza opened the scoring for Atlanta (5-5-3) in the seventh minute.

RAPIDS 2, CREW 1

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. (AP) - Kevin Doyle and Alan Gordon scored late goals six minutes apart and Colorado beat Columbus.

Doyle tied it with a sliding tap-in off a short cross from Marlon Hairston in the 80th minute for his third goal this season. Gordon got his first goal, heading in the ball at the far post off a pinpoint pass by Joshua Gatt in the 86th. Colorado is 4-8-1.

The Crew (7-8-1) opened the scoring on Dederico Higuain’s goal in the 61st.

GALAXY 0, D.C. UNITED 0, TIE

WASHINGTON (AP) - Ashley Cole deflected a hard shot in front of the goal in the final minute of stoppage time to preserve D.C. United’s draw with Los Angeles.

Cole dove to block Ian Harkes’ attempt from the center of the box, earning a hardy pat on the back from goalkeeper Jon Kempin. Kempin made six saves for United (4-7-3), and Bill Hamid stopped six for the Galaxy (5-5-3).

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