Borussia Dortmund lost 3-1 at Spurs in the Champions League. Christian Pulisic got the start at Wembley Stadium. Dortmund fell behind in the 4th minute with Andriy Yarmolenko equalizing in the 11th. Harry Kane put Spurs up in the 15th minute and doubled their lead in the 60th. Spurs finished a man down with a red card to Jan Vertonghen two minutes into stoppage time. "Tottenham are a very good . . .
Club soccer returned from the international break with Geoff Cameron subbing out at halftime for Stoke City in their 2-2 home draw with Manchester United. Cameron should miss two weeks with a right hamstring injury. Maxim Choupo-Moting put Stoke up in the 43rd with United equalizing in first-half stoppage time. United took the lead in the 57th minute with Choupo-Moting equalizing in the 63rd . . .
Bobby Wood made the most of the last match day before the September international break, scoring in Hamburg's 3-1 win over Cologne. Andre Hahn started the scoring for Hamburg in the 28th minute with Wood doubling the lead in the 34th at RheinEnergieStadion. Cologne pulled a goal back seven minutes into stoppage time with Lewis Holtby scoring for Hamburg three minutes later. Timmy Chandler and . . .
Wednesday's soccer news starts with the USMNT scores from Europe and Mexico. Tim Ream was on the bench with Fulham exiting the League Cup 1-0 at home to Bristol Rovers. The game's only goal came in the 13th minute. “Yes, it’s disappointing,” Fulham coach Slavisa Jokanovic said. “We didn’t play a good enough game, we didn’t create enough clear chances. With the chances we did create, we weren’t . . .
There's a new season, same story feel to what Christian Pulisic did in Borussia Dortmund's opening day 3-0 win at Wolfsburg. Pulisic opened the scoring in the 22nd with Marc Bartra doubling the lead four minutes later. Pulisic assisted on Pierre Aubameyang's goal in the 60th. "I am really satisfied," Dortmund coach Peter Bosz said. "3-0 In Wolfsburg is a great result! Overall it was a very good . . .
Wednesday's soccer news starts with the Colorado Rapids using that unfortunate MLS euphemism that means they've fired the coach. The Rapids "parted ways" with Pablo Mastroeni, drawing a line underneath a poor record this season and a previous regime no longer running the show in Commerce City. “We would like to thank Pablo for his contributions to this organization, both as a player and as head . . .
By Clemente Lisi – NEW YORK, NY (Aug 14, 2017) US Soccer Players – The long, hot summer of preseason friendlies and nonsensical curtain-raiser Super Cup matches has finally given way to the start of the domestic season across most of Europe’s five major domestic leagues. With France and England already underway, with Germany, Italy and Spain soon to follow, it’s time to take stock of Americans . . .
The USMNT players in Europe and Mexico starts with the Premier League. the 2017-18 season began with Danny Williams subbing on in the 57th minute for Huddersfield Town in their 3-0 shutout of Crystal Palace. An own-goal put Huddersfield up in the 23rd minute at Selhurst Park. Steve Mounie scored in the 26th and 78th minutes. Jonas Lossl kept the clean sheet. "We analysed them and they showed . . .
It's the start of the greatest league in the world if you believe the hype around the Premier League. If you don't, it's still the start of the season for one of the world's elite league. The Premier League offers some of the biggest names in the game while seeming more than happy to pay what that costs on our behalf. It's nice of them to do the rest of us the favor. Meanwhile, there's a big wide . . .
It's the Bundesliga, the league that every American likes to pretend they once watched on PBS a long time ago. If Soccer Made in Germany had those ratings, even the language barrier wouldn't have prevented the Bundesliga from being the most popular European league in the States. It's not, something that is a challenge for the current version. Fox Sports has the coverage, with the 2.Bundesliga . . .