Tuesday's soccer news starts with the fourth matchday from the 2020-21 Champions League. Bayern Munich in group A, Liverpool in group D, and Barcelona in group G have already qualified for the knockout round midway through the group stage. All three did it the simplest way possible by winning all of their games. Meanwhile, things haven't gone so smoothly for two super clubs. Real Madrid is in . . .
By Clemente Lisi – NEW YORK, NY (Nov 23, 2020) US Soccer Players – The gridiron version of football is synonymous with Thanksgiving. It's a tradition that dates back to the late 1800s and something the National Football League adopted in 1934. Football, however, isn't the only sport available over the four-day weekend. Streaming services, changing habits, and a global schedule have made soccer . . .
Thursday's soccer news starts with Tyler Adams subbing on in the 76th minute of RB Leipzig's 2-1 home win over PSG. Trailing from a 6th minute goal, Christopher Nkunku equalized for Leipzig in the 41st. Emil Forsberg put Leipzig up from the penalty spot in the 57th minute. PSG finished two men down from red cards in the 69th and five minutes into stoppage time. Sergino Dest's Barcelona beat . . .
Wednesday's soccer news starts with group A in the Champions League. The Jesse Marsch coached Red Bull Salzburg took a 4th minute lead against Bayern Munich at home. Unfortunately for the only American coach in the Champions League, Bayern responded late in what turned into a 6-2 home loss. Mergim Berisha opened the scoring for Red Bull in the 4th with Bayern equalizing in the 21st. An own-goal . . .
Thursday's soccer news starts in the Champions League with Christian Pulisic subbing on in the 71st minute and scoring in Chelsea's 4-0 win at Krasnodar. After Jorginho failed to convert a 13th minute Chelsea penalty, Callum Hudson-Odoi opened the scoring in the 37th. Timo Werner doubling the lead from the penalty spot in the 76th with Hakim Ziyech adding a goal in the 79th. Pulisic finished off . . .
Wednesday's soccer news starts with the brief version of an MLS roundup. Nashville shutout Montreal 1-0 on the road at Red Bull Arena. Randall Leal scored the game's only goal in the 33rd minute with Joe Willis making two saves to keep the clean sheet. "It's a fantastic result here," Nashville coach Gary Smith said. "Unbelievable three points for us on the road. This was always going to be a very . . .
By J Hutcherson (Oct 27, 2020) US Soccer Players - FC Barcelona is a super club by design, intent, and personality. Not winning defeats their broadest purpose. When it occasionally happens, there's no expectation but change. That played out on Tuesday, with club president Maria Bartomeu and the board of directors announcing their resignations the day before Barcelona plays Juventus in the . . .
Tuesday's soccer news starts with matchday two of the 2020-21 Champions League. In what is no longer an oddity, this version of the Champions League is running alongside rumors of potential breakaways, alternatives, and revamps. In other words, it's business as usual at the highest level of European club soccer. What we learned in matchday one starts with the obvious. Bayern Munich is going to be . . .
Thursday's soccer news starts in the 2.Bundesliga. Bobby Wood subbed on in the 72nd minute of Hamburg's 3-0 home win over Erzgebirge Aue. Manuel Wintzheimer opened the scoring in the 17th minute with Sonny Kittel making it 2-0 in the 57th. Khaled Narey finished off the Hamburg goals in the 72nd. "Altogether I'm satisfied with the game," Hamburg coach Daniel Thioune said. "I think we were dominant . . .
Wednesday's soccer news starts with USMNT players in the Champions League. Sergino Dest's Barcelona had no trouble at home against Ferencvaros, winning 5-1 despite going a man down midway through the second-half. Lionel Messi opened the scoring with a 27th minute penalty and Ansu Fati doubled the lead in the 42nd. Philippe Coutinho made it 3-0 Barca in the 52nd. Gerard Pique saw red in the 68th . . .