Kick Off: NYCFC unbeaten, FCD rolls & more from Week 3 | US roster revealed

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

NYCFC tame Lions to stay 100%

Following Saturday's 2-0 home victory over early strugglers Orlando City, New York City FC stand as the lone perfect side in the East. With David Villa missing due to illness, Ismael Tajouri and Maxi Moralez supplied the necessary second-half strikes. WATCH VIDEO | RECAP

With the injury-hit Lions now winless through three games, Charlie Davies has come along to outline four keys to putting their season on the right track. READ MORE

FCD, Atlanta ease past 10-man opponents

In Sunday's lone tilt, FC Dallas cruised to a 3-0 win 10-man visitors Seattle. Roland Lamah chalked up two goals and an assist to earn Man of the Match honors. RECAP

Josef Martinez returned to his hat-tricking ways to lead Atlanta United to a 4-1 rout of Vancouver. While it was also a big day for youngster Andrew Carleton, who notched his first MLS assist, Whitecaps head coach Carl Robinson was beside himself with anger at the VAR decision that sent skipper Kendall Waston off early. READ MORE | RECAP

Impact's Vargas strikes down TFC in derby

A first-half MLS account opener from Jeisson Vargas was all Montreal would need to score a 1-0 derby triumph over visiting treble holders Toronto FC. Impact 'keeper Evan Bush made the goal stand up with five saves. WATCH VIDEO | RECAP

RSL blanks the Red Bulls

Real Salt Lake broke into the win column on Saturday by logging a 1-0 squeaker over the New York Red Bulls, to draw praise from head coach Mike Petke. An early Albert Rusnak spot kick and some top-shelf goaltending from Nick Rimando was enough to do the trick. READ MORE | RECAP

Loons edge out Chicago

Per Armchair Analyst Matt Doyle, it was Adrian Heath's successful use of Miguel Ibarra as the ad hoc No. 10 playmaker that has Minnesota United posting consecutive league wins for just the second time after Saturday's 2-1 decision over visiting Chicago. READ MORE | RECAP

Sporting KC tops the Quakes

With seven goals scored in their last two games, Sporting KC are putting on an offensive display rarely seen during the 10-year tenure of boss Peter Vermes. They topped San Jose, 3-2, at Children's Mercy Park. READ MORE | RECAP

Fit to be tied in D.C., Philly

D.C. United fought back from a two-goal halftime deficit to earn a 2-2 share with Saturday guests Houston. Darren Mattocks cut the lead in half shortly after the break and Lucho Acosta bagged the equalizer deep into stoppage time. RECAP

Also on Saturday, stingy Philadelphia battled to a scoreless home draw against previously perfect Columbus. The Union's Andre Blake and Columbus counterpart Zack Steffen each notched three saves to post matching shutouts. READ MORE

USMNT youth movement continues

On Sunday, after interim US national team coach Dave Sarachan called up 22 players, Matt Doyle offered three things he likes about a group whose average age is just a shade above 23. READ MORE | FULL ROSTER Must-Watch

Instant Analysis: Recapping Saturday's Week 3 action