FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Yeferson Soteldo, Kemar Lawrence and Tsubasa Endoh scored in the first half and Toronto FC snapped a six-game losing streak with a 3-2 victory over the New England Revolution on Wednesday night.
Assistant coach Javier Perez directed Toronto after first-year coach Chris Armas was fired following a 7-1 loss to D.C. United on Saturday. Toronto (2-8-2) entered 19 points behind Eastern Conference leader New England (7-3-3) in the standings.
Carles Gil and Adam Buksa scored in the second half for New England.
The start was delayed nearly 90 minutes because of lightning.
FIRE 3, ORLANDO CITY 1
CHICAGO — Robert Beric broke a tie in the 72nd minute and Chicago beat Orlando City.
Chicago (3-7-2) won its second straight game, while Orlando (6-3-3) lost consecutive regular-season matches for the first time since August 2019.
Boris Sekulic and Chinonso Offor also scored for Chicago. Andrés Perea connected for Orlando.
MONTREAL 2, NEW YORK CITY FC 1
ORLANDO, Fla. — Romell Quioto and Mason Toye scored and Montreal beat New York City FC to run its unbeaten streak to five.
Quioto ran onto a through ball played by Djordje Mihailovic and beat goalkeeper Luis Barraza to give Montreal (5-3-4) a 2-1 lead in the 73rd minute.
Keaton Parks scored in the 29th minute for New York City (5-4-2), and Mason Toye tied it from the penalty spot in the 43rd.