Thursday's soccer news starts with the MLS roundup. New England beat Chicago 3-2 at Soldier Field, clinching a playoff spot. Henry Kessler put the Revs up in the 11th and Chicago equalized through Carlos Teran in the 40th. Teal Bunbury made it 2-1 New England in the 62nd minute, but Chicago responded almost immediately when Gaston Gimenez scored in the 63rd. Carles Gil scored New England's winner . . .
Wednesday's soccer news starts with the third round of England's 2021-22 League Cup. Zack Steffen was in goal for Manchester City's 6-1 home win over Wycombe Wanderers. Falling behind in the 22nd minute, Kevin De Bruyne equalized for City in the 29th. Riyad Mahrez (43rd) and Phil Foden (first-half stoppage time) made it 3-1 at the half. Ferran Torres scored in the 71st, Foden added a second goal . . .
Tuesday's soccer news starts with Sergino Dest's Barcelona needing a late comeback to draw 1-1 at home with Granada. Falling behind in the 2nd minute, Ronald Araujo equalized for Barca in the 90th. The result has them in 7th-place in La Liga on eight points from four games. They're one of six undefeated teams, a list that includes the top two and 14th-place Villarreal, who've drawn every game this . . .
The roundup of USMNT players in Europe and Brazil starts in the Austrian Bundesliga. Brenden Aaronson scored in Red Bull Salzburg's 2-0 home win over Rapid Vienna. Karin Adeyemi converted a 79th minute penalty and Aaronson doubled the lead four minutes into stoppage time. Red Bull goalkeeper Philipp Kohn made three saves to keep the clean sheet. "It was every bit the kind of emotional and . . .
Friday's soccer news starts with the Europa League. DeAndre Yedlin's Galatasaray beat Lazio 1-0 at home to open its group E schedule. A 66th minute own-goal was the difference. "Today, frankly, the thing that makes me the happiest is that Galatasaray belongs in Europe," coach Fatih Terim said. "It was such a nice return." Also in group E, Konrad De La Fuente subbed on in the 56th minute of . . .
Thursday's soccer news starts with the Champions League where Tyler Adams's RB Leipzig lost 6-3 at Manchester City. Nathan Ake put City up in the 16th and an own-goal doubled the lead in the 28th. Christopher Nkunku pulled a goal back for Leipzig, but a first-half stoppage time penalty from Riyad Mahrez made it 3-1 City. Nkunku scored again in the 51st. City's Jack Grealish added a fourth goal in . . .
Wednesday's soccer news starts with Jordan Pefok getting the late winner on the opening night of the 2021-22 UEFA Champions League group stage. Young Boys beat Manchester United 2-1 at home, playing a man up from the 35th minute. Trailing from the 13th, Nicolas Ngamaleu equalized for Young Boys in the 66th. A halftime substitute, Pefok took advantage of a deflected backpass to score five minutes . . .
By J Hutcherson (Sep 14, 2021) US Soccer Players - The quickest and obvious way to look at the 2021-22 Champions League is that it's PSG's to lose. Their triple-forward lineup of Neymar, Kylian Mbappe, and Lionel Messi should make life difficult for every team they play. Sure, if it really was that easy Real Madrid in the Galacticos era would've won more trophies, but PSG right now may be the . . .
Monday's soccer news starts with Juventus looking for points in Serie A. Weston McKennie subbed out in the 72nd minute of their 2-1 loss at Napoli with the game 1-1. Napoli scored in the 85th to remain tied on points at the top of the table after starting the season with three straight wins. Juventus, meanwhile, has one point from three games and a -2 goal difference. "Defensively we played . . .
The roundup of USMNT players in Europe starts with Cameron Carter-Vickers scoring the opening goal in his first game with Celtic. Carter-Vickers put Celtic up in the 64th minute on the way to a 3-0 home win over Ross County. Albian Ajeti added goals in the 70th and 85th minutes. “I thought we played well," Carter-Vickers said. "I thought we persisted as they were tough to break down as it took . . .