Héctor Herrea dio en redes sociales su último adiós al Atlético de Madrid y ya comienza a enfocarse en su rol de jugador franquicia en el Houston Dynamo de la MLS.
El seleccionado mexicano estuvo de visita en las instalaciones del club y prometió compartir "grandes momentos y alegrías" con los aficionados, antes de invitarlos al Derby de Texas vs. FC Dallas, en un partido que podría marcar su debut en el fútbol estadounidense.
MADRID - Croatia midfielder Luka Modrić has signed a one-year contract extension with Real Madrid and will stay at the European champions at least until June 2023, the club announced on Wednesday.
The announcement was made not long after the 36-year-old won his fifth Champions League title in a decade with the LaLiga champions. He also won the Ballon d'Or in 2018.
It is the second year in a row that Modrić has signed a one-year extension with Real as his current contract was set to expire at the end of June.
The USMNT is flying after Wednesday's 3-0 friendly victory over fellow World Cup participants Morocco in Cincinnati, but a potential wakeup call awaits against Uruguay at Children's Mercy Park in Kansas City on Sunday evening.
In the buildup to the USMNT's friendly against Morocco, with the countdown to the World Cup now well and truly on, one of the most intriguing eye tests was the American midfield trio of Tyler Adams, Yunus Musah and Brenden Aaronson against fellow World Cup contender Morocco.
The three will be linchpins of the squad over the next decade, but the 21-year-old Aaronson was playing a new central role for the United States after previously being stationed on the left or right wing of Gregg Berhalter's 4-3-3 formation.
Manchester City reopened its three-point lead over Liverpool at the top of the Premier League table Wednesday with a 5-1 away win over Wolves courtesy of Kevin De Bruyne's hat trick inside 24 minutes before the Belgian added a fourth on the hour mark. Raheem Sterling completed the scoring for City in the 84th.
In terms of minutes on the clock, De Bruyne's hat trick was the third earliest in PL history.
Earliest Premier League Hat Tricks
#1. Sadio Mané - 16 minutes | Southampton vs. Aston Villa, May 16, 2015
Few Premier League signings during the winter transfer window drew as much attention as Christian Eriksen's move to Brentford.
After his cardiac arrest episode over the summer during the Euros, it seemed like the Danish superstar might never suit up again.
Serie A rules forbid Eriksen from playing in Italy due to the defibrillator implanted in his chest, and he was released by Inter Milan. The Dane trained at the facilities of his former youth club, Odense Boldklub, as he waited for a job offer.
Christian Eriksen said he made his return to international football in the "perfect way" by scoring two minutes after coming on for Denmark on Saturday following a near-fatal heart attack last year.
Denmark lost 4-2 to the Netherlands in the international friendly, with Eriksen producing a stunning finish into the top corner in the 47th minute after he came on as a half-time substitute.
Benfica visitó Ámsterdam y con apenas un tiro al arco eliminó al Ajax de la Champions League. El gol del triunfo de los portugueses vino a través de un cabezazo de Darwin Núñez, tras una dudosa falta cobrada al mexicano Edson Álvarez.
Machín volvía a la titularidad del equipo neerlandés, luego de perderse un juego de la Eredivisie por una enfermedad que no fue especificada por los servicios médicos del Ajax.
Manchester City maintained control of the Premier League title race with a hugely impressive 4-1 victory over Manchester United at the Etihad on Sunday.