MLS action resumes on Sunday with a pair of top matches on the schedule.
James Rodriguez was the breakout start of the 2014 World Cup, and the Colombian midfielder’s tournament followup truly began on Sunday with his first defining performance.
Thirty-two matches full of unpredictable twists and turns leave us with 24 teams still in contention to lift the World Cup on July 15 in Russia. Six teams have punched their tickets to the knockout round, (…)
The Colombia team we were waiting to see show up at the World Cup arrived on Sunday, as it knocked off Poland 3-0. Yerry Mina, Radamel Falcao and Juan Cuadrado finished off a goal each to keep Colombia (…)
After putting together upset victories in their opening matches, Japan and Senegal were forced to split points in their second World Cup matches.
Matchday 12 sees Spain, Portugal, and Iran all aim for a spot in the knockout stages while Russia and Uruguay battle it out for the top spot in Group A.
Oscar Pareja has explained his decision to substitute Kellyn Acosta in the first half of FC Dallas’s defeat to the New York Red Bulls on Saturday.
England’s clash with Panama ended as a historic beatdown.
The World Cup group stage rolls on on Sunday as one heavyweight looks to seal a knockout round spot while one of the most open groupings battle for their own advantages in their second game.
With the defending champions’ World Cup hopes hanging by a thread, Toni Kroos stepped up and saved Germany in dramatic fashion.