The roundup of USMNT players in Europe starts with Christian Pulisic subbing out in the 66th minute of Chelsea's 3-0 loss at Sheffield United. The goals came in the 18th, 33rd, and 77th minutes with Chelsea out shooting United 13 to 8 with both teams putting 4 shots on goal. "They were better than us physically, in the mind and with the ball so you lose the game," Chelsea manager Frank Lampard . . .
Friday's soccer news starts with the MLS is Back tournament. New England beat Montreal 1-0 with Gustavo Bou scoring in the 59th minute. Revolution goalkeeper Matt Turner kept the clean sheet with two saves, denying Montreal a late equalizer. “It was a great save," New England coach Bruce Arena said. "What a crime it would have been if we walked off this field with one point today. I thought we . . .
Thursday's soccer news starts with Major League Soccer. The MLS is Back tournament officially began with a powerful show of support for Black Players for Change. Orlando City scored in stoppage time to beat Inter Miami 2-1 at Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex. Juan Agudelo scored for Inter in the 47th minute. A lengthy amount of time to tend to Andres Reyes's injury meant both teams continued . . .
By Jason Davis – WASHINGTON, DC (Jul 8, 2020) US Soccer Players - American soccer's contingent in England isn't what it used to be. The openness of Germany to young American players and the rise of the American player in the general esteem of other leagues in Europe has pushed US players to look beyond the traditional home of the game for a chance to play abroad. England's strengthening of work . . .
Wednesday's soccer news starts with what's becoming a regular story, Christian Pulisic scoring. This time it was in Chelsea's 3-2 win at Crystal Palace. Already up from a 6th minute Olivier Giroud goal, Pulisic doubled the lead in the 27th minute. Palace answered back with a goal in the 34th. With Chelsea seemed to shut the door when Tammy Abraham scored in the 71st, but Palace responded with a . . .
Tuesday's soccer news starts with the last piece of the 2019-20 Bundesliga season falling into place. Werder Bremen beat Heidenheim on the away goals rule after drawing 2-2 in the second-leg of their relegation playoff series. The result keeps Werder Bremen in the Bundesliga. Josh Sargent's Werder Bremen entered the second-leg at Heidenheim after drawing 0-0 at home. An own-goal put Werder up in . . .
Monday's soccer news starts with the roundup of USMNT players in Europe starts in the Premier League. Christian Pulisic's Chelsea shutout Watford 3-0 at home. Olivier Giroud opened the scoring in the 28th minute with Willian converting a 43rd minute penalty set up by Pulisic. Ross Barkley scored in stoppage time. "I feel really confident in my game right now," Pulisic said. "I'm happy I can be on . . .
Thursday's soccer news starts with another strong showing from Christian Pulisic, playing a part in both goals for Chelsea in a 3-2 loss at West Ham. Pulisic set up the penalty Willian converted in the 42nd minute. West Ham equalized in the 51st with Pulisic assisting on Willian's goal in the 72nd minute. West Ham went ahead for good in the 89th minute. "It is a big positive, he is playing well . . .
Wednesday's soccer news starts in the Championship with Antonee Robinson's Wigan Athletic shutout Stoke City 3-0 at home. An own-goal opened the scoring in the 40th minute with Kal Naismith adding goals in the 65th and 68th. "Credit where credit's due," Wigan manager Paul Cook said. "From Saturday's game where we were on the back foot and it looked like it was heading towards a 0-0, tonight was . . .
Monday's soccer news starts with Jesse Marsch coaching Red Bull Salzburg to the 2019-20 Austrian Bundesliga title. Marsch's championship represents another accomplishment for American coaching development. Before leaving the New York Red Bulls for an assistant role at RB Leipzig and then the head coaching job at Salzburg, Marsch played and coached exclusively in Major League Soccer and with the . . .