Christian Pulisic scored his first goal for Borussia Dortmund, highlighting the weekend action for USMNT players in Europe and Mexico. Borussia Dortmund beat Hamburg 3-0 at Signal-Iduna-PArk. Pulisic opened the scoring in the 38th minute. Adrian Ramos scored in the 44th and 86th minutes. Roman Burki needed one save for the shutout. "We took a short corner and Mats' pass was perfect. I drilled it . . .
Danny Williams and Reading lost 2-1 to Middlesbrough on Tuesday. Boro took the lead at home in the 10th minute with Simon Cox equalizing for Reading in the 54th. Boro won the game in stoppage time. It should have been three points – we had a chance at the end where we should have scored, and they punished us at the other end," Reading manager Brian McDermott said. "We were 1-0 down after 10 . . .
We start the weekend roundup for USMNT players in Europe and Mexico with Bobby Wood scoring again in the 2.Bundesliga. At this point, it's safe to assume that if Union Berlin is playing, Wood is probably scoring. He bagged two goals in the 4-0 win at Paderborn on Friday night, opening the scoring in the 7th minute and finding the back of the net again in the 13th. Damir Kreilach made it 3-0 in the . . .
Jonathan Bornstein got the start for Queretaro in their 2015-16 CONCACAF Champions League second-leg against Tigres on Tuesday. The result didn't go Queretaro's way, losing 2-0 on the night and on aggregate at Estadio Universitario. Andre Pierre Gignac scored for Tigres in the 84th and 88th minutes. Both goals came after Tigres went a man down in the 71st. They advance to play Club America, who . . .
There was a meeting of USMNT players in the Premier League over the weekend, with Matt Miazga getting the start for Chelsea in their 4-0 shutout of Brad Guzan's Aston Villa. Ruben Loftus-Cheek put Chelsea up in the 26th minute at Villa Park. Pato converted a penalty in first-half stoppage time. Pedro finished off the Chelsea goals, scoring in the 46th and 59th minutes. Aston Villa is now nine . . .
The weekend results were mixed for USMNT players in Europe and Mexico. In the Premier League, it was good news for Geoff Cameron's Stoke City, but not for Aston Villa and Everton. Geoff Cameron and Stoke City beat Watford 2-1 at Vicarage Road. Jonathan Walters scored in the 18th minute and assisted on Joselu's goal in the 51st. Watford pulled a goal back in the 86th. "I thought we were good . . .
"The Rapids are trying to build something special". Full with @TimHowardGK: https://t.co/6UNskEPW48https://t.co/CLQ4q0I14t — Colorado Rapids (@ColoradoRapids) March 20, 2016 USMNT goalkeeper Tim Howard will join MLS and the Colorado Rapids when the summer transfer window opens. Howard will remain with Everton until the end of the Premier League season. The Rapids used their #1 position in . . .
We start the USMNT players in Europe and Mexico with the Sixth Round of the 2015-16 FA Cup. Danny Williams subbed on in the 75th minute for Reading in their 2-0 loss to Crystal Palace. The goals came late, with Palace converting a penalty in the 86th and Reading going a man down with a red card to Jake Cooper. Palace scored again four minutes into stoppage time. "Their player has gone down really . . .
Two USMNT players saw their clubs pick up a point in the Premier League, with 1-1 results for Stoke City against Chelsea and Sunderland against Southampton. Fabian Johnson's run of form continued in the Bundesliga with an assist. In the 2.Bundesliga, Bobby Wood scored twice for Union Berlin. Geoff Cameron and Stoke City drew 1-1 with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Bertrand Traore scored for Chelsea . . .
Geoff Cameron and Stoke City shutout Newcastle United 1-0 in the Premier League on Wednesday. Xherdan Shaqiri scored in the 80th minute at the Britannia Stadium. Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland made three saves to keep the clean sheet. The win moves Stoke City up to 7th in the Premier League table. "In the end we got the job done, which was the most important thing," Stoke City manager Mark Hughes . . .