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MLS Matchday 13 Roundup

Last Updated on May 16, 2024 3:30 pm by Erwin Noguera

A new MLS matchday maintained the intense fight for the Eastern Conference leadership, as Inter Miami dropped points and Cincinnati closed the gap. 

Without Lionel Messi, the team coached by El Tata Martino was held to a draw by Orlando City in the Florida derby, while the Orange and Blue defeated Atlanta United, who are in crisis, at home. 

In the West, Minnesota United and LA Galaxy were no different and tied their matches. Meanwhile, Real Salt Lake confirmed its leadership by beating Seattle Sounders. 

Matchday 13 Results

Montreal 1-3 Columbus Crew 

Cincinnati 1-0 Atlanta United 

DC United 1-4 New York Red Bulls 

Orlando City 0-0 Inter Miami 

Philadelphia Union 1-2 New York City 

Austin 1-0 Houston Dynamo 

Chicago Fire 0-1 Charlotte 

Minnesota United 2-2 Los Angeles Galaxy 

Nashville 2-0 Toronto FC 

St. Louis City 0-2 Los Angeles FC 

Colorado Rapids 1-0 Vancouver Whitecaps 

Real Salt Lake 2-0 Seattle Sounders 

Portland Timbers 4-2 San Jose Earthquakes 

MLS Matchday 13: Orlando City 0-0 Inter Miami

When and Where?

Wednesday, May 15, 7:30 pm ET at the Inter & Co Stadium

Moneyline odds:

Orlando City 3.11

Inter Miami 2.14

Draw Offs:


Where can I watch it?

MLS Season Pass on Apple TV

Inter Miami’s string of consecutive victories came to an end after a 0-0 draw against its local rival from the state of Florida, Orlando City. 

The absence of Lionel Messi due to physical discomfort was noticeable for Inter, although they had Luis Suarez and an inspired Matias Rojas on the field. Tata Martino’s men had more possession of the ball, but it was Oscar Pareja’s team who had more chances. In the end, neither side was able to score. 

Despite the draw, Inter still leads the East with 28 points, one more than Cincinnati. Orlando is eleventh with 13 points, close to the Play-In spots. 

MLS Matchday 13: Cincinnati 1-0 Atlanta United

When and Where?

Wednesday, May 15, 7:30 pm ET at the TQL Stadium

Moneyline odds:

Cincinnati 1.81

Atlanta United 4.04

Draw Offs:


Where can I watch it?

MLS Season Pass on Apple TV

Cincinnati showed no mercy to Atlanta United’s bad moment and deepened their crisis by defeating them 1-0 at home. 

The only conversion of the match came in the 7th minute, when the team’s star player, Argentine Luciano Acosta, did not let the ball go out at the end of the field and launched a cross for Kevin Kelsy to appear unmarked and head the ball into the net. 

The three points put Cincinnati (27) one unit behind East leaders Inter Miami. Atlanta has just 12 but is concerning that it has eight games without a win, losing the last three. It smells like a crisis. 

MLS Matchday 13: Minnesota 2-2 LA Galaxy

When and Where?

Wednesday, May 15, 8:30 pm ET at the Allianz Field

Moneyline odds:

Minnesota 2.13

LA Galaxy 3.005

Draw Offs:


Where can I watch it?

MLS Season Pass on Apple TV

It was a great game at home to Minnesota, as the locals managed to salvage a point with a 2-2 draw against LA Galaxy. 

South African Bongokuhle Hlongwane scored the first goal from outside the box in the 30th minute. The visitors then turned it around with a goal by Serbian Dejan Joveljic after a great team move at 61′ and Diego Fagundez after a pass from Riqui Puig at 68′. 

The home side continued to press and finally scored from a corner kick with a header by Honduran defender Kervin Arriaga. 

Both Minnesota and LA Galaxy are level on 21 points in the Western Conference along with two other teams, four points behind leaders Real Salt Lake. 

MLS Matchday 13: Real Salt Lake 2-0 Seattle Sounders

When and Where?

Wednesday, May 15, 9:30 pm ET at the America First Field

Moneyline odds:

Real Salt Lake 1.99

Seattle Sounders 3.685

Draw Offs:


Where can I watch it?

MLS Season Pass on Apple TV

Real Salt Lake maintained their great form and beat Seattle Sounders 2-0 at home to confirm their lead in the Western Conference and increase their unbeaten streak to nine games. 

Carlos Andrés Gómez opened the account at 27′ after a hook in the area and sending the ball to the far post. In the 58th minute, Diego Luna did the same and sealed the game. 

With 25 points, Real Salt Lake leads the MLS West, while Seattle is tenth with only 13 points. 

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