HARRISON, N.J. (AP) — Marc Rzatkowski and Derrick Etienne scored in the second half and the New York Red Bulls beat Los Angeles 3-2 on Saturday to end the Galaxy’s seven-game unbeaten streak.
Rzatkowski tied it at 2 for the Red Bulls (3-4-2), finishing Connor Lade’s cross in the 59th minute with a left-footed shot from a yard behind the penalty spot. Etienne scored on a similar setup from Daniel Royer eight minutes later.
Amro Tarek gave New York a 1-0 lead in the 15th minute. Rzatkowski’s free kick was deflected and Tarek drilled a left-footed shot back into the middle of the net. Uriel Antuna tied it for LA (7-2-1) with a close-range shot in the 39th minute, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic gave the Galaxy the lead with a diving header in the 43rd.
NEW YORK CITY FC 2, IMPACT 0
MONTREAL (AP) — Maximiliano Moralez and Ismael Tajouri-Shradi scored in New York City FC’s victory over Montreal.
Sean Johnson had his fifth shutout of the season to tie for the MLS lead.
Moralez scored in the sixth minute, pouncing on a rebound from goalkeeper Evan Bush for his first goal of the season. Ismael Tajouri-Shradi connected in the 49th, finding the top left corner for his fourth goal of the season.
New York City improved to 3-1-6, and Montreal dropped to 5-4-2.
DYNAMO 2, FC DALLAS 1
HOUSTON (AP) — Mauro Manotas scored twice to help Houston beat Dallas in the Texas Derby.
Manotas opened the scoring in the 20th minute, putting enough power on a penalty kick to slip it under the diving Jesse Gonzalez. FC Dallas’ Carlos Gruezo conceded the penalty after fouling Alberth Elis in the area.
In the 58th minute, Manotas let Elis’ pass slip through his legs and find Memo Rodriguez out wide. Rodriguez fed it back to Manotas for a close-range finish to give the Dynamo (6-1-1) a 2-0 lead. Dominique Badji scored on a tap-in for FC Dallas (5-3-2) in the 87th minute.
Houston has won six of its last seven.
TORONTO FC 2, ORLANDO CITY 0
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Jonathan Osorio and Jay Chapman scored second-half goals in Toronto FC’s victory over Orlando City.
Quentin Westberg had two saves for his first MLS shutout.
Toronto improved to 5-2-1. Orlando is 3-4-3.