Soccer Sunday: Your Running Commentary

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It is a relatively light day of soccer action today, but there are still some good match-ups to help you get your day's serving of quality soccer.

The CONCACAF Gold Cup resumes today, with Group A completing group play with regional powers Mexico and Costa Rica squaring off. Mexico has outscored opponents 10-0 so far in the tournament while Costa Rica is coming off scoring a stoppage time equalizer to tie El Salvador.

There is MLS action as well, with red-hot FC Dallas taking on Sporting Kansas City and Eastern Conference rivals Columbus and Chicago doing battle.

If you will be watching today's action, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action (Today's TV Schedule is after the jump):


12 p.m. - ESPN3.com/ESPN Deportes - Czech Republic vs. Ukraine (UEFA U-21 championships)

3 p.m. - GOLTV - Nacional vs. Defensor Sporting (Uruguay Primera Division championship)

4 p.m. - MLS Direct Kick/MatchDay Live - Columbus Crew vs. Chicago Fire

6 p.m. - Galavision - El Salvador vs. Cuba (Gold Cup Group A)

6 p.m. - Fox Soccer Channel - Western New York Flash vs. Philadelphia Independence

6:30 p.m. - GOLTV - La Equidad Bogota vs. Nacional de Medellin

7 p.m. - MLS Direct Kick/MatchDay Live - FC Dallas vs. Sporting Kansas City

8 p.m. - Univision - Mexico vs. Costa Rica (Gold Cup Group A)

  • DCU

    “There is MLS action as well, with red-hot FC Dallas taking on Sporting Kansas City and Eastern Conference rivals Columbus and Chicago doing battle.”

    Does everything need be referenced to war and battles?


  • Starla

    I wonder how much $ is the field right there.

    1-0 spain now. Despite all names on the England roster.


  • truf

    It isn’t a “reference” when the exact word is used.

    And who cares? Is it not a battle between two teams?


  • Leo

    Quite an remarkable performance by England to save a point against Spain, though Spain’s goal looked to have come off the hand of the goal scorer, nevertheless things evened out. Spain had some very good possession but failed to hit back with the opportunities, England were able to put together a good sequence to finish off their offensive chance. Danny Welbeck is going to be a very good player for the Three Lions in the next couple of years, I expect him to show his potential if give nthe opportunity at Old Trafford.


  • b

    Tony Tchani’s Twitter: “Thank God my ankle is not broken n that’s a shame how big stars can do whatever they want n don’t get penalized. How can this *** advance???”

    1) smh MLS
    2) what happened here and who almost broke his leg?


  • josh

    David Beckham tackled Tchani yesterday. Beckham got a yellow card which was the correct call. Tchani needs to shut up and just play. Beckham has had like 7 yellow cards this year which is far from preferential treatment.


  • baller

    very sad looking attendance in Dallas. Ref letting way too much go uncalled.


  • baller

    better goal by shea….great individual effort. I would have rather seen him in the GC than Rodgers..


  • gerald

    Graham Zusi just hit a bomb from 45 yards that caught Hartman napping what a strike


  • DGS

    So uh…what would be less embarrassing? Going out early to a team like Jamaica or getting another beating from Mexico in the final?

    Because that team looks unstoppable…


  • Adicts

    you forgot to mention welbeck and two other being offside on that goal…

    bad calls both ways.


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