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bednik, larin help orlando city beat nycfc 1-0 in opener

orlando, fla. — cyle larin scored the first goal at the new orlando city stadium, joe bendik had seven saves and orlando city beat new york city fc 1-0 on sunday night in the season opener for both teams.larin, who scored an mls rookie-record 17 goals in 2015, has 32 goals in 54 career games.larin slipped header between goalkeeper sean johnson and the right post in the 15th minute. giles barnes, who was acquired in february from vancouver and led houston in scoring in 2013 and 2014, perfectly placed a cross from the top-left of the box and larin put it away.bendik, who had five shutouts and allowed an mls-high 60 goals against in 34 starts last season, made a sliding stop on a breakaway by alexander ring in the 32nd.orlando city's ricardo kaka left the game in the opening minutes with a le

philadelphia union fall to orlando city 2-1

with goals from cyle larin and c.j.  sapong, the game had multiple goals but proved to be a rather unsuccessful night for the visiting side. the philadelphia union failed to get a point for the first time in the young campaign. the team also missed out on their first ever success at getting points in each of a season’s first three matches.the first half wasn’t great for the philadelphia union as the home side managed to control the ball for much of the first 45 minutes. unlike their first game of the season the lions managed to keep the ball for much of the game, and when the union got ahold of it, it wasn’t long before they got it back. perhaps the biggest event of the first half hour of the game was andre blake getting injured for the second game in a row but ultimately, he continued on.

mls will start subsidizing canadian teams signing big canadian stars

mls is working to grow their reach in canada and one way they will do that is subsidizing the signings of major canadian stars. the league wants toronto fc, the montreal impact and the vancouver whitecaps to be able to fill their teams will some of the biggest names in canadian soccer.“we will subsidize canadian teams’ efforts to bring a canadian designated player in to major league soccer,” mls commissioner don garber said at a town hall in vancouver on monday. “we’re doing that for the same reason we subsidized l.a. to bring in david beckham — because we believed that’s in the best interests of major league soccer.”one of the players who would have fit the bill for years now — and still could, although he has retired from the national team — is atiba hutchinson, currently playing for bes