Kick Off: Dallas top Zlatan, LA | RSL, Union win | Atlanta in for Quintero?

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

Revs hold Atlanta, Philly roll on

The night's prime Eastern Conference match-up saw a late Teal Bunbury penalty earn New England a 1-1 share at table-toppers Atlanta United. For the wasteful visitors, the result felt more like a loss than a draw. READ MORE | RECAP

Over in Philadelphia, the Union continued their rich vein of form with a 3-1 victory over Chicago. Borek Dockal set up two goals and bagged the late capper from the penalty spot to help the hosts record their third straight Talen Energy Stadium win. READ MORE

FCD, RSL continue to climb

Ryan Hollingshead marked his first start of the season with a goal, an assist and a goal-line clearance as FC Dallas rose to second in the Western Conference with a 3-2 road victory over the LA Galaxy on Wednesday night. Though he bagged a second-half brace to make things interesting at the very end, Galaxy star Zlatan Ibrahimovic declared that no one was exempt from blame for the defeat. READ MORE | RECAP

Elsewhere, a late strike from surprise sub Kyle Beckerman clinched Real Salt Lake's 2-1 home win over Houston. Thanks to their third win in four, the Claret-and-Cobalt jumped up to fifth place in the West. READ MORE

Crew SC climb in Power Rankings

Columbus made the biggest jump in our MLSsoccer.com Power Rankings, rising three spots to second. On the other side of that coin, Orlando's four-rung fall was the longest drop of the week. READ MORE

Vieira: Nice rumors no distraction

Patrick Vieira has maintained that his focus is solely with NYCFC. | USA Today Images

After reiterating that French reports claiming he's close to taking over at Nice should be disregarded, New York City FC head coach insisted it's business as usual for his side despite all the noise produced by the rumor mill. READ MORE

Berhalter on Martinez slap

After revealing a potential suspension for winger Cristian Martinez after slapping Sporting KC's Seth Sinovic over the weekend, Columbus boss Gregg Berhalter compared the ruling to other similar offenses and had a few questions about the length of the potential ban. READ MORE

Transfer wire: Quintero, Frankowski

According to Argentina's Olé, Atlanta United have joined the race for Porto attacker Juan Quintero. The 25-year-old Colombia international, who was previously linked with Chicago, is currently on loan at River Plate. READ MORE

Meanwhile, Polish outlet Futbol reports that Chicago and Columbus are among the clubs (in Polish) hovering around Jagiellonia Bialystok winger Przemyslaw Frankowski. Though the 23-year-old's production was down from last season's breakthrough campaign, he enjoyed a Poland debut in March. READ MORE

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