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Monday Kickoff: Pulido rescued, Sturridge injury and more


Mexican national team forward Alan Pulido has been rescued after being kidnapped early Sunday morning, while a pair of key injuries are being monitored closely by England and Spain

Pulido, who also plays for club side Olympiakos, had reportedly been kidnapped after leaving his girlfriend’s company party. (REPORT)

England striker Daniel Sturridge returned to training with his country on Monday after previously dealing with a calf injury. (REPORT)

Real Madrid defender Dani Carvajal has been ruled out for Spain at Euro 2016 after picking up a hamstring injury in Saturday’s Champions League final win over Atletico Madrid. (REPORT)

Victor Guzman’s 93rd minute goal handed 10-man Pachuca the Liga MX Clausura title on Sunday night against Monterrey. The two sides finished level at 1-1 in the second leg, however, Pachuca captured the crown based on a 2-1 aggregate win. (REPORT)

Marcus Rashford has signed a new contract at Manchester United that will keep the young Englishman with the Red Devils until at least 2020. (REPORT)

Slovakia stunned reigning World Cup champions Germany, 3-1, on Sunday afternoon. Despite facing an early deficit, Slovakia battled back and scored three unanswered. (REPORT)

Nolito’s brace helped guide Spain past Bosnia and Herzegovina, 3-1. Veteran attacker Pedro added a third goal forĀ La Furia Roja. (REPORT)

A pair of goals from Jonas and Gabriel handed Brazil a 2-0 victory over Panama, as the two sides continue to prepare for this week’s Copa America. (REPORT)


The U.S. Men’s National Team concluded their pre-Copa America warmups on Saturday, comfortably defeating Bolivia 4-0. A pair of goals from Gyasi Zardes as well as Christian Pulisic’s first national team finish paced the U.S. (REPORT)

Geoff Cameron and John Brooks are building a strong centerback partnership, and the duo could prove to be vital in the USMNT’s success at Copa America and beyond. (REPORT)

Real Madrid edged Atletico Madrid on penalty kicks during the UEFA Champions League final. Cristiano Ronaldo gave the Los BlancosĀ the title by securing the game-winning spot kick. (REPORT)

Second-half goals from Julio Baptista and Kevin Molino stunned New York City FC, as Orlando City SC pulled off a dramatic 2-2 tie at Yankee Stadium. (REPORT)


  1. The headline is not “Victor Guzman leaps over Edgar Castillo to drop game winning cabezazo!… Omar Gonzalez wins final in first year at Pachuca” incredible game


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