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The Daily Dirt: MLS playoffs set on a wild Decision Day

New York Red Bulls took home the regular season title.

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MLS went into the final day of the regular season Sunday with much left to be decided, and there was plenty of drama from kickoff until the final whistle of the evening. Among the big results from Decision Day:

So with the regular season done and dusted, the MLS playoff picture looks like this:

Final Standings
Seed Eastern Conference Western Conference
1 New York Red Bulls (60 points) FC Dallas (60)
2 Columbus Crew SC (53) Vancouver Whitecaps SC (53)
3 Montreal Impact (51) Portland Timbers (53)
4 DC United (51) Seattle Sounders (51)
5 New England Revolution (50) LA Galaxy (51)
6 Toronto FC (49) Sporting Kansas City (51)
First Round
Matchup Date Time (ET) TV
DC United vs. New England Revolution Wednesday 7:30 p.m. UniMas
Seattle Sounders vs. LA Galaxy Wednesday 10 p.m. UniMas
Montreal Impact vs. Toronto FC Thursday 7 p.m. UniMas
Portland Timbers vs. Sporting Kansas City Thursday 10 p.m. UniMas


Manchester United 0-0 Manchester City - Even derby ends all square [The Busby Babe]

The fist Manchester Derby of the year didn't have the excitement of MLS's big Sunday.

Roma Defeats Fiorentina 2-1, Goes Top of Serie A Table [Chiesa Di Totti]

Roma leads Serie A with 20 points from nine games, two points better than Napoli, Fiorentina, Inter Milan, and Lazio.


Disjointed USA still puts together 3-1 win over Brazil [SSFC]

After struggling to a 1-1 draw in its first World Cup victory tour game against Brazil, the USWNT bagged a two-goal win in the second round. Alex Morgan, Crystal Dunn, and Stephanie McCaffrey scored for the United States.

What's happening in The A?

The Silverbacks dropped a 1-0 result at Minnesota United FC Saturday night. The loss, combined with Tampa Bay's win over Carolina, officially ended Atlanta's dreams of an NASL playoff berth.

It wasn't pretty, but the Falcons edged the Tennessee Titans on the road, 10-7, to improve to 6-1. Matt Ryan connected with Julio Jones for an 8-yard touchdown pass in the middle of the third quarter to produce the winning score.

The Hawks tip off the NBA regular season Tuesday night at Philips Arena against the Detroit Pistons, and Peachtree Hoops has some final thoughts from the preseason.