Servania scores twice, FC Dallas beats Minnesota United 5-3

FRISCO, Texas — Brandon Servania scored two goals, Michael Barrios had three assists and FC Dallas beat Minnesota United 5-3 on Saturday night.

Servania came on in the 75th minute and scored his first MLS goal in the 85th with a sliding finish from point-blank range of a cross by Barrios. The 20-year-old homegrown making his 10th career appearance then capped the scoring with a side-footer from the top of the 6-yard box in the third minute of stoppage time.

Minnesota United (11-8-5) had a seven-game unbeaten streak snapped. It lost for the first time since a 1-0 loss to Colorado on June 8.

Ryan Hollingshead, Santiago Mosquera and Reggie Cannon also scored for Dallas (10-9-6).

Ethan Finlay scored twice and Hassani Dotson also had a goal for Minnesota.

REAL SALT LAKE 2, SPORTING KANSAS CITY 1

KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Corey Baird had his first multi-goal game to help Real Salt Lake beat Sporting Kansas City.

Baird, a 23-year-old homegrown, side-netted a low left-footer in the 70th minute to give Real Salt Lake a 2-1 lead. After a Sporting K.C. turnover near midfield, Jefferson Savarino lobbed a long pass from the right side to Baird on the left side of the area for the finish.

Real Salt Lake (11-9-4) is unbeaten in its last five games and has just one loss since June 1.

Johnny Russell bent a free kick just inside the post to give Sporting (7-10-7) a 1-0 lead in the 31st minute, but Baird answered in the 38th. Albert Rusnák banged a free kick off the post and Baird tapped in the rebound from point-blank range.

FC CINCINNATI 2, CREW 2, TIE

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Gyasi Zardes and Pedro Santos scored and Columbus overcame a two-goal deficit to tie FC Cincinnati in the first regular-season game between the in-state rivals.

Columbus (7-14-5) is unbeaten in its last five games.

Santos ripped a rising left-footer from 30 yards out past the outstretched arms of goalkeeper Przemyslaw Tyton to tie it in the 62nd minute.

Darren Mattocks headed home a corner kick from Victor Ulloa in the 16th and Emmanuel Ledesma side-netted a finish in the 23rd minute to give Cincinnati a 2-0 lead. Roland Lamah played a cross from the left flank that slipped through three defenders in the area to Ledesma who patiently trapped it before blasting a right-footer.

Gyasi Zardes drew a foul, in the penalty area and converted from the spot in the 45th to make it 2-1 at halftime.

Expansion FC Cincinnati (5-17-3) is winless, with four losses, in its last five.

REVOLUTION 3, SOUNDERS 3, TIE

SEATTLE — Carlos Gil converted a penalty in the 87th minute to give New England the tie with Seattle.

The penalty kick was awarded when Seattle's Jordy Delem was called for a hand ball on Gil's attempted cross in the penalty area.

Michael Mancienne and Gustavo Bou also scored for New England (9-9-7).

Harry Shipp scored twice and Nico Lodeiro also connected for Seattle (11-7-6).

ORLANDO CITY 1, TORONTO FC 1, TIE

TORONTO — Patrick Mullins tied it in the 77th minute and Toronto FC played to the draw with Orlando City.

Benji Michel scored for Orlando City (8-11-6) in the 69th minute. Toronto is 9-11-5.

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