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Whitecaps drop 3rd in a row in shutout loss to Austin FC

Maximiliano Urruti scored two first-half goals, Sebastian Driussi added his league-leading sixth after halftime and Austin FC cruised to a 3-0 victory over the visiting Vancouver Whitecaps in MLS play on Saturday.

CF Montreal extends unbeaten streak to 6 with draw against top-seeded Philadelphia

The visiting Whitecaps were blanked by Austin FC 3-0 on Saturday, meeting their third straight defeat in MLS action. (Scott Wachter/USA Today Sports)

Maximiliano Urruti scored two first-half goals, Sebastian Driussi added his league-leading sixth after halftime and Austin FC cruised to a 3-0 victory over the visiting Vancouver Whitecaps in MLS play on Saturday.

Urruti scored goals in the 11th and 26th minute, doubling his total for the season, to help Austin (5-1-2) grab the top spot in the Western Conference standings.

Druissi capped the scoring with a goal in the 68th minute for Austin, which has won three straight and improved to 4-0-1 at home.

Austin outshot the Whitecaps (1-6-1) 10-9 with a 4-1 advantage in shots on goal.

WATCH l Urruti leads Austin FC to victory over Whitecaps:

Urruti leads Austin FC to victory over Whitecaps

5 months ago
Duration 1:21
Vancouver falls to Austin 3-0 for their third straight loss as Maximiliano Urruti scores twice in the first half.

Brad Stuver saved the one shot he faced for Austin. Thomas Hasal saved one of four shots for the Whitecaps.

CF Montreal play to draw with Philadelphia

Kei Kamara scored in the 59th minute to help CF Montreal earn a 1-1 tie with the Philadelphia Union in MLS play on Saturday in Chester, Pa.

Kamara scored the equalizer for Montreal (3-3-2) off a crossing pass from Romell Quioto.

The Union (5-1-2) grabbed a 1-0 lead in the 21st minute on a penalty-kick score by Julian Carranza. Kamal Miller took down Carranza inside the box and Carranza scored from the spot.

WATCH | Kamara ties the game:

CF Montreal extend their unbeaten streak to six

5 months ago
Duration 0:58
CF Montreal striker Kei Kamara scores in the 59th minute to give CF Montreal a 1-1 draw with Philadelphia Union.

Montreal out-shot the Union 8-4 with a 3-2 advantage in shots on goal.

Andre Blake had two saves for the Union. Sebastian Breza had one save for Montreal.

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