Kick Off: LAFC rolling | Another record crowd in ATL | Kamara nets 100th

Here is everything you need to know about MLS and North American soccer this morning:

Atlanta get right in front of record crowd

Atlanta United played in front of an MLS-record 72,035 fans on Sunday. | USA TODAY Sports

Atlanta United turned their home opener into a party by chalking up a 3-1 victory against D.C. United on Sunday. Miguel Almiron, Josef Martinez and Tito Villalba each found the back of the net as the Five Stripes scored their first win over D.C. on the fourth try. RECAP

More than 72,000 fans showed for the home win at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, breaking their own record for single game attendance. READ MORE

LAFC roll through Rio Tinto

Bob Bradley's LAFC expansion side posted another big road win, cruising to a 5-1 victory at Real Salt Lake. Diego Rossi led the romp by notching two goals and three assists. Bobby Warshaw noted they're getting fat early and often by setting up runs behind opposing wide defenders. WATCH VIDEO | RECAP

NYCFC off to first 2-0 start

On Sunday night, New York City FC capped the weekend action with a solid 2-1 victory over the visiting LA Galaxy. Anton Tinnerholm rang up his first MLS goal midway through the opening frame and David Villa pounced for the stand-up winner 11 minutes later. RECAP

NYCFC were able to carry play in part due to the efforts of attack-pushing wingbacks Tinnerholm and Ben Sweat. READ MORE

Zardes saves Crew SC, Pipa closes on milestone

Columbus continued their perfect start with a wild 3-2 win over visiting Montreal on Saturday. Gyasi Zardes struck twice for the hosts, including a last-gasp PK winner. An early penalty marked Crew SC ace Federico Higuain's 50th career MLS goal, putting him one helper away from becoming the 19th player in league history to reach a half-century in both goals and assists. READ MORE | RECAP

There looks to be help on the way for the winless Impact. Weekend reports say they're ready to close deals to land Uruguay winger Alejandro Silva from Lanus and Waasland-Beveren center back Rudy Camacho. READ MORE

Kei Kamara hits century in 'Caps win

Vancouver striker Kei Kamara became the 10th player to score 100 MLS career goals by banking a spot kick to start a 2-1 victory at Houston. After Alberth Elis leveled the score, Brek Shea fired the early second half winner. READ MORE | RECAP

RBNY stroll past Portland

The New York Red Bulls kicked off their season in style, enjoying a 4-0 rout of Saturday guests Portland. Teen debutant Ben Mines scored the icebreaker. Though some of the names have changed, Red Bulls coach Jesse Marsch rated their performance as a textbook club effort from a tactical standpoint. READ MORE | RECAP

SKC's wild win: Cause for concern?

While Sporting KC must be delighted to have scored four goals in an MLS game – for the first time since August 2015 – to comeback and win, Armchair Analyst Matt Doyle says there's suddenly cause for concern about their usually dependable defense. ANALYSIS | RECAP

MNUFC victorious in Heath's return to Orlando

Minnesota United winger Ethan Finlay bagged his second goal of the game with 11 minutes left, lifting the visitors to a 2-1 victory at Orlando City. It was a big result on a special day for Loons boss Adrian Heath, who enjoyed 6-plus years at the Lions' helm and was their first MLS head coach. READ MORE | RECAP

Report: Revs now open to offers for Nguyen

Even as Chris Tierney's deflected stoppage-time free kick boosted Brad Friedel to his first MLS coaching victory, sources have told Fire Confidential scribe Martin Tomczak that the Revs are now listening to offers for Lee Nguyen, with Chicago and Montreal making pitches. READ MORE | RECAP

Exports: Green rings the bell

On Saturday, Julian Green made the back post run to net the opener as red-hot Greuther Fuerth continued their survival drive with a 2-1 win over Kaiserslautern. WATCH VIDEO Must-Watch

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