RAPIDS RALLY TO TIE TORONTO

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TORONTO» Do­minique Badji scored in the 76th minute and Colorado tied Toronto FC 1-1 on Satur­day night for the Rapids’ first road point of the sea­son

Badji beat goal­keeper Clint Ir­win with a low shot to the cor­ner af­ter Ar­mando Cooper’s give­away near mid­field. Jay Chap­man scored for Toronto in the fifth minute.

Toronto (11-3-7) re­mained un­beaten at BMO Field this sea­son at 7-0-3, but its home win­ning streak ended at seven. Colorado (6-11-2) im­proved to 0-7-1 on the road.

SATUR­DAY’S HIGH­LIGHTS

David Villa and Fred­eric Bril­lant scored min­utes apart early in the sec­ond half and New York City FC beat the Chicago Fire 2-1 to ex­tend its home un­beaten streak to seven games. Sean John­son had a sea­son-high seven saves for New York City, which has scored in a fran­chis­ere­cord 21 con­sec­u­tive home matches. … Daniel Royer had a goal and an as­sist and the New York Red Bulls beat Min­nesota United 3-0. New York has won three con­sec­u­tive road matches for the first time since 2013 and three in a row over­all. … An­drew Wenger had a goal and an as­sist, Alex Lima added three as­sists and the Houston Dy­namo beat D.C. United 3-1 for their first road vic­tory of the sea­son. D.C. United has lost five in a row, in­clud­ing a 4-3 loss to Seattle — in which United held a 3-0 sec­ond-half lead — on Wed­nes­day. … Justin Meram scored his ca­reer-best ninth goal of the sea­son and the Colum­bus Crew beat the Philadel­phia Union 1-0. Colum­bus has won three of its last four, in­clud­ing backto-back shutouts. Meram, whose pre­vi­ous sin­gle-sea­son best was eight goals in 2014, scored in the 65th minute, when his shot de­flected off a de­fender’s heel and into the net. … Cris­tian Col­man scored his first two goals of the sea­son and FC Dal­las ral­lied to beat the Montreal Im­pact 2-1. Col­man pulled Dal­las even in the 52nd minute. The for­ward got on the end of a low cross in the box that eluded three Montreal de­fend­ers for an easy tap-in past goal­keeper Evan Bush. … Teal Bun­bury scored twice, Diego Fa­gun­dez had three as­sists and the

New Eng­land Rev­o­lu­tion beat the Los An­ge­les Galaxy 4-3. Bun­bury

gave New Eng­land a 3-2 lead in the 70th minute. His pass down the right side led Ke­lyn Rowe, who played a cross to a charg­ing Bun­bury for a header from the top of the 6-yard box.

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