COLUMBUS, Ohio — Luis Diaz and Gyasi Zardes scored in the first half and Columbus held off Toronto FC for a 2-1 win on Saturday.
Diaz opened the scoring in the 12th minute and Zardes gave Columbus (3-2-2) a 2-0 lead nine minutes later just after he’d had a goal waved off for offside
Ayo Akinola scored for Toronto (1-4-2) in the 52nd.
NASHVILLE 2, ATLANTA UNITED 2, TIE
ATLANTA — Hany Mukhtar scored two late goals to help Nashville tie Atlanta.
Mukhtar cut the in the 80th minute and tied it in the 83rd. Nashville is 2-0-5, joining Seattle as the only remaining unbeaten teams.
Marcelino Moreno and Erik López scored for Atlanta (2-1-4).
REVOLUTION 1, FC CINCINNATI 0
CINCINNATI — Adam Buksa scored on a header in the 70th minute and New England beat FC Cincinnati to remain atop the Eastern Conference standings.
The Revolution (5-1-2) extended their unbeaten streak to four games.
Cincinnati is 1-4-1.
NEW YORK CITY FC 2, LOS ANGLES FC 1
LOS ANGELES — Ismael Tajouri-Shradi broke a tie in the 90th minute and 10-man New York City FC rallied to beat Los Angeles FC on Saturday.
Jesús Medina scored in the 70th minute to tie it for NYCFC (3-2-2). Tajouri-Shradi added the winner three minutes after Nicolas Acevedo was second with a red card.
Corey Baird scored for LAFC (2-3-2).
RED BULLS 2, ORLANDO CITY 1
HARRISON, N.J. — Caden Clark and Cristian Cásseres Jr. scored and New York handed Orlando City its first loss of the season on Saturday.
The Red Bulls improved to 3-4-0.
Silvester van der Water for Orlando City (3-1-3).
MONTREAL 1, FIRE 0
CHICAGO — Mason Toye scored on a header in the 87th minute to lift Montreal past Chicago.
Montreal improved to 3-3-2, and Chicago dropped to 1-5-1.
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