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 . . .
Monday's soccer news starts with FIFA announcing a consultation period for revamping the international match calendar. That's what determines international breaks, a point of interest as FIFA seems intent on pushing ahead with its biennial World Cup plan. As Charles Boehm explained last week, that includes limiting international windows to either once in October during the standard European season . . .
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 . . .
Tuesday's soccer news starts with Club America hosting Philadelphia in the second-leg of their Concacaf Champions League semifinal series tomorrow night (9pm ET - FS1). Club America took a 2-0 lead at Estadio Azteca on August 12. Separating the games by over a month that included an international break is an interesting choice. Whether it's a benefit for either team is part of the scenarios . . .
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 . . .
Thursday's soccer news starts with the USMNT turning around a World Cup qualifier in Honduras. Down a goal at the half, reorganizing around substitutions made the difference. With Ricardo Pepi getting his first start, first cap, and the go-ahead goal, the United States once again showed that a new look can get a result. Here are three things we learned from the win at Honduras. Adjustments . . .
Wednesday's soccer news starts with the USMNT in action tonight against Honduras (10pm ET - Paramount+) to close out the September international window. Two points from two games so far are causing issues for the program, already dealing with unmet expectations. A result in Honduras might stifle some of those complaints, but it's a safe assumption that they'll carry into the October window. As . . .