TAMPA, FL – JUNE 08: Forward Herculez Gomez #9 of Team USA watches his team against Team Antigua and Barbuda during the FIFA World Cup Qualifier Match at Raymond James Stadium on June 8, 2012 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by J. Meric/Getty Images)
Liga MX action headline Sunday’s Americans Abroad, while Matt Miazga made an appearance off the bench in a Vitesse loss.
FIFA has disbanded the organization’s anti-racism task force in Russia after stating the group fulfilled its mission, while Kevin de Bruyne and Pierre-Emerick Aubammeyang face time out due to injury.
Arsenal dropped Chelsea, Manchester United smashed Leicester City, and Bayern Munich won late to headline the weekend’s action in Europe’s top leagues.
There are still signs of life in the Columbus Crew after they defeated the New England Revolution 2-0 at MAPFRE Stadium on Sunday night.
The surging Seattle Sounders found some grit in the second half and shoved the LA Galaxy aside to collect a much-needed 4-2 win in brutally hot conditions at the StubHub Center on Sunday.
Duane Holmes, DeAndre Yedlin and Josh Gatt headlined an up-and-down Saturday of Americans Abroad action.
Atletico Madrid headlines Sunday morning’s action before a pair of vital MLS clashes take centerstage as the playoff race heats up.