Krisztian Nemeth became the first Hungarian player to score three goals in an MLS game and Johnny Russell scored twice in Sporting Kansas City’s 7-1 victory over the Montreal Impact on Saturday.

Russell, Nemeth and Felipe Gutierrez each scored in the first half. Russell curled a loose ball into the far corner from the top of the 18-yard box in the 10th minute, Nemeth had a sliding finish of a breakaway opportunity in the 43rd and Gutierrez redirected a cross for his first goal of the season in stoppage time.

Russell scored again in the 50th, cutting back his defender and rolling it inside the far post. Nemeth made it 5-0 in the 68th and 7-0 in the 84th. Sixteen-year-old Gianluca Busio also scored for Sporting KC (2-1-1).

Gianluca Busio celebrates putting Sporting Kansas City up 6-0 in the 78th minute Saturday, March 30, 2019, during an MLS match against Montreal in Kansas City, Mo. (Ryan Weaver/The Kansas City Star via AP)
Gianluca Busio celebrates putting Sporting Kansas City up 6-0 in the 78th minute Saturday, March 30, 2019, during an MLS match against Montreal in Kansas City, Mo. (Ryan Weaver/The Kansas City Star via AP)

Saphir Taider scored a late goal for Montreal (2-2-0).

LOS ANGELES FC 3, EARTHQUAKES 0

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Carlos Vela capped his first career MLS hat trick with a curling shot from distance and Los Angeles FC beat San Jose.

Vela has six goals and three assists in five games this season for LAFC (4-0-1).

San Jose dropped to 0-4-0.

FIRE 1, RED BULLS 0

BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. (AP) — David Ousted had his first shutout since the 2017 season and Chicago beat New York for its first victory of the season.

Chicago (1-2-1) took the lead in the 48th minute on an own goal. New York goalkeeper Luis Robles came out of his area to get to a pass over the defense and the loose ball fell to Nemanja Nikolic, whose shot hit the post and deflected off Tim Parker’s chest past the goal line.

New York dropped to 1-2-1.

REVOLUTION 2, MINNESOTA UNITED 1

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Jalil Anibaba and Brandon Bye scored to help New England beat Minnesota for its first victory of the season.

New England (1-3-1) had just two combined goals in its first three games.

Darwin Quintero scored on a penalty kick for Minnesota (2-2-0).

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