Toronto FC's Giovinco, Montreal Impact's Drogba and Ciman named MLS all-stars

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In total, the Mexico global has 10 goals and 10 assists since joining the Galaxy in the fall of 2015. Recognized around the league for his accurate passing and explosive dribbling ability, however, it is Nagbe's less flashy stats that have earned him his place on the Fan XI.

Two United States men's national team members have been voted into the MLS All-Star Game Fan XI for the 2016 season. The Brazilian superstar scored a goal and registered one assist en route to MLS All-Star Most Valuable Player honors.

It's been quite a week for Sporting Kansas City defender Matt Besler. He recently played for Team USA in the 2016 Copa America tournament.

This is Kak√°'s second MLS All-Star selection after being named captain of the MLS All-Stars for last year's game against English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur.

Nagbe has 24 goals and 23 assists in a franchise-record 172 appearances with the Timbers. Across all eras in club history (since 1975), Nagbe is ranked 10th for goals and sixth for assists, while ranking eighth for points (71).

Villa leads the MLS with 12 goals this season.

Impact defender Laurent Ciman was also named to the fan-selected team. The votes these players received will be taken into consideration in the final consideration for the 22-man roster.

Next weekend, All-Stars coach Dominic Kinnear will select 20 players to the team, and Don Garber will make two additional Commissioner's Picks.

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