The fairy tale story of MLS continued as Los Angeles FC moved to within one point of the Western Conference summit on Saturday.
The LA Galaxy were held to a draw by DC United despite Zlatan Ibrahimovic's 10th goal of the MLS season.
The New York Red Bulls moved back into second in the Eastern Conference after a win over Toronto.
In Domenec Torrent's first game at the helm, New York City overcame Toronto in MLS.
Toronto came from 3-0 and 4-3 down to earn an incredible draw against DC United in MLS.
Toronto secured a valuable three points thanks to goals from Jonathan Osorio in either half at Talen Energy Stadium on Friday.
In-form Dallas moved ahead of Sporting KC by a point in the west thanks to Saturday's 2-1 victory against 10-man LAFC.
Even without the suspended Zlatan Ibrahimovic, LA Galaxy still managed to beat the San Jose Earthquakes on Friday.
Even without Sebastian Giovinco, Toronto managed to overcome Orlando City in MLS.
The marquee matchup of the week features MLS's top team, Atlanta United FC, and a New York Red Bulls club that's won four of its last five.