The roundup of USMNT players in Europe and Mexico starts in England. Matt Miazga scored in Reading's 1-0 home win over Preston North End. Miazga's goal came eight minutes into stoppage time. "That's the first time in my career that that's happened, so I didn't really know what to do," Miazga said. "I just ran into the crowd, it was an exhilarating feeling but the most important thing was the . . .
The soccer news starts with the end of the October international window and the return to the club schedule. Specifically in the Bundesliga, where a league table without Bayern Munich at the top is a surprise. Bayern is in 3rd-place on 14 points after 7 games, a point behind 2nd-place Wolfsburg and two behind of leaders Gladbach. Fabian Johnson's Gladbach has lost just once this season, 3-1 at . . .
The roundup of USMNT players in Europe and Mexico starts in the Premier League with Christian Pulisic subbing on in the 80th minute for Chelsea's 4-1 win at Southampton. Tammy Abraham put Chelsea up in the 17th minute with Mason Mount scoring in the 24th. Southampton pulled a goal back in the 30th with N'Golo Kante making it 4-1 in the 40th. Michy Batshuayi finished off the Chelsea goals in the . . .
The soccer news stays in the Champions League with another major statement from Red Bull Salzburg's coach Jesse Marsch. His club staged an improbable comeback at Anfield in a 4-3 loss to Liverpool. With Liverpool up three goals from the 36th minute, Red Bull's Hwang Hee-chan scored in the 39th. Takumi Minamino cut the Liverpool lead to one in the 56th with Erling Braut Haaland equalizing in the . . .
The soccer news starts in the Champions League, with Ethan Horvath was on the bench for Club Brugge's 2-2 draw at Real Madrid in Group A. Real Madrid needed a comeback, falling behind to Emmanuel Dennis's goals in the 9th and 39th minutes. His opener needed instant replay to overrule an offside call. Sergio Ramos scored for Real Madrid in the 55th minute with Club Brugge's Ruud Vormer seeing red . . .
The roundup of USMNT players in Europe and Mexico starts in the Premier League with DeAndre Yedlin subbing on in the 74th minute for Newcastle United's 5-0 loss at Leicester City. Newcastle fell behind in the 16th and played a man down from the 43rd minute with a red card to Isaac Hayden. Trailing 2-0 from the 54th, Newcastle gave up an own-goal in the 57th. Leicester added goals in the 64th . . .
The soccer news starts in MLS with LAFC winning the 2019 Supporters' Shield by beating Houston 3-1 at home. Carlos Vela converted a 23rd minute penalty with an own-goal leveling the score in the 28th. Diego Rossi put LAFC ahead for good in the 70th with Eduard Atuesta scoring in the 82nd minute. In the Eastern Conference, the title race is still open. NYCFC beat Atlanta United 4-1. Alexandru . . .
The roundup of USMNT players in Europe and Mexico starts in the Bundesliga. Weston McKennie subbed out in the 76th minute for Schalke's 2-1 home win over Mainz. Suat Serdar scored for Schalke in the 36th with Mainz equalizing in the 74th. Amine Harit scored Schalke's winner in the 89th. McKennie saw yellow in the 47th minute. Josh Sargent subbed out in the 79th minute for Werder Bremen in their . . .
The soccer news starts with one USMNT player getting minutes in the Europa League. Timmy Chandler subbed on in the 74th minute for Eintracht’s 3-0 home loss to Arsenal. Eintracht finished a man down with a 79th minute red card to Dominik Kohr. “It’s a tough defeat to take because the scoreline didn’t reflect the performance,” Eintracht coach Adi Hutter said. “We created a lot of chances but a . . .
By Jason Davis – WASHINGTON, DC (Sep 18, 2019) US Soccer Players - Jesse Marsch is an American soccer coach. He grew up in Wisconsin, played college soccer at Princeton, and contributed to three different teams over his 14-year Major League Soccer career. Before getting his first head coaching position with the Montreal Impact in 2012, Marsch's entire soccer experience happened in the United . . .