Kurt Larson, Toronto Sun

Postmedia's leading MLS/CANMNT columnist/beat reporter. Frequently covers TFC.


Galaxy forward Robbie Keane (left) celebrates with forward Alan Gordon (right) after scoring a goal against the New England Revolution in the overtime during the MLS Cup final at Stubhub Center. ( Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports)

L.A. Galaxy wins its fifth MLS Cup

The L.A. Galaxy realized its “First To Five” titles slogan in a 2-1 extra time MLS Cup win over the New England Revolution Sunday at StubHub Center.

Brazil's David Luiz cries after losing to Germany in the World Cup semifinals at Mineirao Stadium in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, July 8, 2014. (EDDIE KEOGH/Reuters)

Brazil has shot at Kurt Browning moment

Amidst the vulgarity that spewed from the mouths of yellow-clad fans in Belo Horizonte Tuesday night, there were faint chants of unwavering support.

Canada’s Dwayne De Rosario (in air) heads the ball against Panama’s Amilcar Henriquez during their 2014 World Cup qualifying soccer match in Toronto. (Reuters/Mike Cassese)

Canada beats Panama in World Cup qualifying match

Dwayne De Rosario has been waiting for close to a year to pass Dale Mitchell on Canada’s all-time goal-scoring list. On Friday night, he did it in arguably Canada’s biggest match in close to a decade, providing Canada a 1-0 win over Panama that sent it top of CONCACAF’s Group C.

Jairo Arrieta of the Columbus Crew is squeezed off the ball by the Reds’ Dicoy Williams (left) and Richard Eckersley in Columbus last night. The Reds dropped a 2-1 decision. (Getty Images)

Crew cuts down Reds

A second-half surge from Toronto FC failed to cancel a two-goal hole in Columbus Wednesday night as the Reds fell for the fourth time in five MLS matches.