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    MLS: Galaxy´s Chicharito goes from zero to hero, NY City stumble again

    Javier Hernandez went from zero to hero as the Los Angeles Galaxy continued their strong start to the 2021 MLS season with a 2-0 home triumph over newcomers Austin.

    Hernandez had won a 26th minute penalty but spurned the early chance, with Austin goalkeeper Brad Stuver saving to his left.

    Galaxy midfielder Sebastian Lletget got in behind the Austin defence and calmly put them ahead 10 minutes later.

    Former Manchester United man Hernandez earned redemption for his missed penalty when he scored the Galaxy’s second goal in the 77th minute to seal the points.

    The Galaxy have four wins from five games and move into second spot in the Western Conference, while it is back-to-back losses for Austin.

    Eastern Conference leaders New York City stumbled to a second consecutive draw with Toronto’s Jacob Shaffelburg equalizing with a quarter of an hour to go to finish 1-1.

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    City, who drew at Orlando City last weekend, had gone ahead through Jess Medina in the 54th minute but could not claim the three points.

    Last season’s Supporters’ Shield winners Philadelphia Union maintained their uplift in form with a 1-0 home victory over the New York Red Bulls.

    Philadelphia have now gone three games unbeaten, with Jamaican striker Cory Burke netting a ninth minute winner.

    The Red Bulls suffer their third loss of the campaign and had substitute Dru Yearwood given his marching orders late on to rub salt into their wounds.

    Logan Ketterer made a penalty save as the Portland Timbers recorded a 2-0 away win over the San Jose Earthquakes.

    Ketterer dived low to his left to deny veteran Chris Wondolowski from the spot in the 62nd minute with Portland up 1-0 at the time.

    Yimmi Chara had earlier chipped in the opener in the fifth minute, with Marvin Loria heading home his first goal of the season in the 74th minute, condemning San Jose to a second straight home defeat.

    Colorado Rapids climbed up to third in the West with a 3-1 home win over Houston Dynamo after a thrilling four-goal first-half.

    Michael Barrios provided two assists while Cole Barrett scored on the stroke of half-time after an explicable error from Houston keeper Marko Maric.

    Marcelino Moreno scored a 94th minute header to help Atlanta United leapfrog Montreal into second in the Eastern Conference with a 1-0 win.

    Finnish midfielder Robin Lod scored a last-gasp winner, forcing the ball home from close range from a corner, as last season’s MLS Cup semi-finalists Minnesota United edged Dallas 1-0.

    Nashville SC remain unbeaten after their fourth draw of the campaign, holding Real Salt Lake 0-0.

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