So much for the 1-0 results. Manchester United finally found a way to net more than one goal in a game, scoring four to thrash Wigan, 4-0, and move into first place in the English Premier League. The hold on first place may not last long, not with Arsenal holding two games in hand with a trip to Sunderland scheduled for Sunday. Carlos Tevez looked as dangerous as ever, with his partnership alongside Wayne Rooney beginning to flourish. They, along with Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored twice today, could give the injury-hit squad the boost it needs to keep pace with Arsenal. What do you think of Manchester United’s performance today? Share your thoughts below.
Patrice Bernier got his send off goal, but the Revs got the last laugh thanks to a Kellyn Rowe stoppage time screamer.
The MLS playoff field is set following Sunday’s results.
SEATTLE — Well then. Up and down, and back up again: as went much of the year, so went the final regular season match of 2017 for the defending champion Seattle Sounders, game and season a pair of (…)
The San Jose Earthquakes toppled Minnesota United to seal a spot in the postseason.
The Timbers downed the Whitecaps to claim the top seed in the West, as well as the Cascadia Cup for 2017.
Toronto FC broke a record on Sunday while Atlanta United sealed a first-round match.
The New York Red Bulls topped D.C. United in RFK Stadium’s finale.
NYCFC tied the Columbus Crew, but held on to second in the conference.
The Philadelphia Union thumped Orlando City to close the regular season.
Real Salt Lake got their win, but will miss the playoffs thanks to San Jose’s late, late win over Minnesota United.