Russell Canouse was sent off with a red card in the first half for DC United and playing 11-on-10, Daniel Rios scored in the 70th minute for Nashville SC. That gave them a 1-0 win on Wednesday night.
The Portland Timbers' Yimmi Chará found the back of the net in the 13th minute in what turned out to be the game-winning goal in a 1-0 effort against the rival Seattle Sounders.
Scoreless at halftime, Real Salt Lake got a 65th-minute penalty shot goal from Albert Rusnák and a 72nd-minute score from Damir Kreilach to cruise past LA Galaxy, 2-0, on Wednesday night.
Amazingly, LAFC scored five goals in the game's first 33 minutes against the Vancouver Whitecaps. Bradley Wright-Phillips scored twice for LAFC in the win.
The Colorado Rapids got five goals from five different scorers in a dominant 5-0 win over the San Jose Earthquakes.
Mandela Egbo scored a 14th-minute penalty and the New York Red Bulls never looked back. Brian White, Ben Mines, and Daniel Royer each added second-half goals in New York's dominant 4-1 win over Inter Miami CF.
Toronto FC and NYCFC appeared destined for a scoreless draw, but Alejandro Pozuelo changed that by scoring a 90th-minute penalty shot. That goal gave Toronto FC a 1-0 win and the three points that came with it.
Neither Philadelphia Union nor FC Cincinnati could find the back of the net on Wednesday night as the two sides played to a scoreless draw.
Atlanta United finally got back on track with a 1-0 win over Dallas FC on Wednesday night. Jeff Larentowicz's 55th-minute penalty shot goal was the only tally in the game.
Lucas Zelarayán scored in the first half and )Pedro Santos scored in the second half to give the Columbus Crew a 2-0 lead over Minnesota United. Although Robin Lod cut the lead in half late, Minnesota still fell, 2-1.
Orlando City SC let it be known they are for real this season in an impressive 2-1 win over Sporting Kansas City. Tesho Akindele and Benji Michel each scored in the first half and despite a Johnny Russell second-half goal and several high-percentage chances, Orlando City was able to hold on, 2-1.
Sporting Kansas City climbs back into the match against Orlando City SC with a goal from Johnny Russell early in the 2nd half to cut the lead to 2-1.
Orlando City SC strikes first in the 35th minute thanks to a defensive gaffe from Sporting Kansas City. Tesho Akindele scored the goal after a beautiful through pass from Nani.
Sporting Kansas City shows poor defense as Orlando City SC's Benji Michel gets behind the defense and pokes the ball past the keeper to make it 2-0 in the 38th minute.
Henry Kessler got the New England Revolution on the board first with a 45’ + 2’ goal and Gustavo you and Diego Fagundez added on with goals in the second half. Lassi Lappalainen notched a goal for the Montreal Impact in the 86th minute, but Montreal still fell, 3-1.