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Leeds United States Of America Week 1: Aaronson, Adams Impress In Opening Win

The United States has never had a strong foothold in European soccer, much less the English Premier League. However, this year has seen a bit of shift — a revolution if you will — with Americans playing in England's first division at a tremendous rate. No team has made more waves than Leeds United. 

USMNT Star Brenden Aaronson Scores Game-Winner (Kind Of) For Leeds In First EPL Game

American and Leeds United fans couldn’t have had a better Saturday as USMNT forward Brenden Aaronson grabbed a game-winner, sort of, in a 2-1 victory vs. Wolves. He and Tyler Adams looked great in their first Premier League game.

With the score tied at 1-1 late in the second half and Wolves looking the more threatening side, Leeds and manager Jesse Marsch needed something special. 

A dangerous and precise pass from Adams got the move started for Leeds and then a cross from Patrick Bamford found Aaronson for the winner in the 74th minute.

Fantastic Alex Popp Brace Sets Up Dream Final Of England vs. Germany At Wembley Stadium

Only three things are guaranteed in this life: death, taxes and Alexandra Popp scoring for Germany in the 2022 Euros.

Popp broke French hearts on Wednesday as she booked Germany’s spot in the 2022 UEFA Women’s Euro final with a brace to defeat France 2-1. Popp has scored in all five of Germany’s games this tournament with her goal tally at six.

Ni Un Autogol Digno De Los Tres Chiflados Pudo Rescatar Al América Ante El Chelsea

América dio pelea, pero a fin de cuentas no pudo vencer a Chelsea en el primero de sus tres partidos amistosos ante rivales europeos en Estados Unidos.

Si bien el marcador fue estrecho (2-1), el duelo dejó en evidencia las diferencias que existen entre la Liga MX y la Premier League, tanto a nivel colectivo como a nivel individual. Y eso pese al autogol de los tres chiflados que favoreció temporalmente a las Águilas.

This Has To Be The Most Spectacular Miss Of All Time

The Canadian Premier League has gone viral and perhaps entered the history books with the greatest miss of all time.

In a match between Valour FC and HFX Wanderers at IG Field in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Valour went on the attack in the 18th minute and looked to have the opening goal after Alessandro Riggi forced the ball under goalkeeper Christian Oxner. 

Bebote De Rebote: Santi Giménez Sube Sus Bonos En El Tri Con Gol Ante Nigeria

Santi Giménez se metió de lleno en la pelea por un cupo en el Mundial de Catar 2022, luego de anotar uno de los goles con que la selección mexicana derrotó a Nigeria, en el comienzo de una serie de amistosos y partidos oficiales por la Nations League de Concacaf que tendrá el Tri en los próximos 15 días.

Chelsea Owner Abramovich Reportedly Victim Of Chemical Weapon While Trying To Negotiate Peace

Until recently, Roman Abramovich was living the high life. Owner of the world’s best soccer team (Chelsea won the Champions League in May and Club World Cup in February), the Russian oligarch boasted a personal net worth close to $8 billion. That’s all changed in the weeks since Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, with Abramovich’s assets frozen and Chelsea forcibly put up for sale. Now there are reports saying Abramovich was poisoned while representing Russia in peace talks.

Sin Fuego, México Acaricia El Sueño Mundialista Gracias A Un Autogol De Honduras

México hizo el trabajo que tenía que hacer y con una victoria por la cuenta mínima venció a Honduras en San Pedro Sula y quedó a un punto de asegurar sus pasajes al Mundial de Catar 2022.

No hubo jogo bonito ni muchos elementos a destacar dentro del Tri, al punto que el gol del triunfo fue una conquista en propia meta de Júnior Lacayo y que Edson Álvarez por alguna razón que no comprendemos celebró como si hubiera sido suyo.

Mali Defender Commits Awful Own Goal, Unwise Red Card Four Minutes Apart In 1-0 WCQ Defeat To Tunisia

BAMAKO — Mali defender Moussa Sissako scored a first-half own goal and was sent off four minutes later to dent his country’s World Cup qualifying hopes as they lost 1-0 at home to Tunisia in Friday’s first leg of their playoff tie.

The 21-year-old Sissako, making his fourth appearance for Mali, put the ball in his own net with a back pass in the 36th minute which caught goal keeper Ibrahim Mounkoro off his line.

USWNT Hammers New Zealand 5-0 With Goals From Ashley Hatch, Mal Pugh And 3 Own Goals From One Player

New Zealand defender Meikayla Moore scored three goals — for the U.S. women's national team — and the Americans won in a bizarre manner, 5-0, in Carson, Calif., on Sunday in their second match of the SheBelieves Cup.

The Americans, who tied the Czech Republic 0-0 in their tourney opener on Thursday, got all the help they needed when Moore had own goals in the 5th, 6th and 36th minutes.

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