MLS round-up: LA Galaxy lose again, Toronto defeated at home
By PA Sport
Last Updated: 23/07/17 9:38am
LA Galaxy's MLS slump continues as they were beaten for a fifth successive game, this time 4-3 to New England Revolution.
Having shipped six goals last week to Real Salt Lake City, they again showed their defensive vulnerability as Teal Bunbury was the hero for New England.
Goals from Lee Nguyen and Kei Kamara were both cancelled out by Galaxy's Daniel Steres before Bunbury stepped off the bench for the Revolution to score twice in three minutes.
Ariel Lassiter gave Curt Onalfo's side hope but New England held on to win a first game in five.
Toronto FC saw their seven-game winning run on home soil ended by a 1-1 draw with Colorado Rapids.
It looked to be business as usual for the MLS leaders when Jay Chapman put them ahead early on, but Dominique Badji scored an unlikely equaliser for Colorado, giving them their first away point of the season.
Crisitian Colman's first MLS goals gave FC Dallas a come-from-behind 2-1 win over Montreal Impact while three goals in the opening 17 minutes set up Houston Dynamo's 3-1 win over rock-bottom DC United.
New York Red Bulls were too strong in a 3-0 win against Minnesota United, Columbus Crew beat Philadelphia Union 1-0 and Real Salt Lake drew 1-1 with Sporting Kansas City.