Houston Dynamo and Fc Dallas still have not “separated” themselves from each other in the El Capitan Derby and the Western Conference log, as the arch-rivals played out a 1-1 stalemate last Friday at the BBVA Compass Stadium. Elsewhere, TFC played its third consecutive match in a span of seven days against a well rested Revs team, yet it was Toronto FC who emerged victorious in a 2-0 home win at the BMO Field. Here's a quick summary of last weekend's MLS matches and how they actually went down:

Houston Dynamo 1, FC Dallas 1

Erick Torres fired home the opener for Houston Dynamo in the twentieth minute and Afterwards Maxi Urruti tied up the score for FCD in the fifty-eighth minute.

FCD started on well with several scoring chances, but the visitors' couldn't capitalize for the opener. It was Houston's forward Erick “Cubo” Torres who broke the deadlock after twenty minutes, as he cleverly took advantage of some porous defending by Matt Hedges to gain possession of the ball and clinically sent his eleventh goal of the season past FCD goalkeeper Jesse Gonzalez to put the hosts ahead. Afterward, Dynamo almost doubles the lead in the fifty-fifth minute, as Juan David Cabezas apparently sent his open header inside the box far wide.

Shortly after that miss, Maxi Urruti leveled up the scoreline for FC Dallas, as he powered in a fine shot from close range that past Dynamo goalie Tyler Deric.

The goal was Urruti ninth league goal of the season. The both teams didn't set up any goal-bound chances in the final thirty minutes as the heat apparently started to wear down on them. With this result, Both Dynamo and FCD now sit on twenty-five points in the Western Conference standings with two matches left before the upcoming CONCACAF Gold Cup break.

Houston Dynamo will hit the road to face Colorado Rapids on July 1, while FCD plays host to Toronto FC on the same night.

Toronto FC 2, New England Revolution 0

Drew Moor goal from point blank range in the eleventh minute and Giovinco late finish sealed a record seventh consecutive home win for TFC. Sebastian Giovinco “carved” open the Revs backline in the opening three minutes, and the hosts Toronto FC apparently took advantage shortly thereafter.

It was Armando Cooper who darted past NE defender Andrew Farrell before crossing in into the penalty box and defender Drew Moor hurriedly “bundled” the ball into the net for his first Major League Soccer goal since August 2016. TFC continue to gain dominance and often penetrate the NE defense. Toronto had a clear penalty shout being denied after TFC forward Jozy Altidore appeared to be fouled inside the penalty area.

However, the Revs held control of the remainder of the first half following the incident through, Juan Agudelo, Lee Nguyen, and Kelyn Rowe attempt, while TFC Keeper Alex Bono apparently came up superb on two different occasions to keep the hosts on the lead. Minutes into the stoppage time, Sebastian Giovinco slammed home the third off a Victor Vazquez through ball and ultimately sealed the victory for Toronto FC.

The win also ensures Toronto remains on top of the Supporters' Shield standings for another matchday. TFC will now look set to face Montreal Impact in the return leg tie of the 2017 Canadian Championship on Tuesday, while NE Revolution return to club action on Wednesday night to take on DC United in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup.