Joshua Mayers’ power rankings
|Joshua Mayers’ power rankings
|Last week’s rankings in parentheses
||Late win vs. Kansas City vaults Impact to the top, but mainly because everyone else lost.
All eyes leaguewide turn to Sporting Park on Wednesday for the MLS All-Star Game.
||Has lost two of its last four games after losing just once in its first 17 of the year (7-1-9).
||NY Red Bulls
||Tim Cahill injury, after being on receiving end of an awful tackle, soured a dramatic win.
||Real Salt Lake
Not often you see a brilliant hat trick, like Alvaro Saborio’s, come in heartbreaking defeat.
||Probably not happy Omar Gonzalez got called up but was hardly used in the Gold Cup.
Snub no more: Jack McInerney was a late All-Star addition as an injury replacement.
||Hendry Thomas escaped what should have been red card to score winner vs. Galaxy.
||Heads to Seattle this weekend on tailspin of an eight-game winless streak (0-3-5).
||Wasn’t smart of Jun Marques Davidson to head butt someone right in front of the ref.
Diego Fagundez is up to seven goals, 11 for his career, and he’s just 18 years old.
||DP forward Obafemi Martins has goal or assist in seven of team’s eight wins this year.
||Went 36 games at home without loss, but fortunes have changed (one home win in five).
||The polarizing Steven Lenhart made things worse with a “TwerkQuake“ goal celebration.
||Mike Magee has 13 goals this season; rest of his teammates have combined for 17.
||Scored in the 87th minute, then again in the last minute of stoppage time to stun the Crew.
||Hunt Sports Group, owners since 1996, sold team Tuesday to Precourt Sports Ventures.
||Erick Torres looks to be a keeper, but that might mean a recall to Chivas de Guadalajara.
||New addition Luis Silva has scored two goals in two games; of course, both were losses.