Haaland’s Latest Goal Is Proof That He Is Both The Present And Future Of The Game

DORTMUND, Germany - Borussia Dortmund's Erling Haaland scored twice, including a spectacular lob, to guide his side to a 4-2 home win over Union Berlin on Sunday which lifted them to within a point of leaders Bayern Munich and Vfl Wolfsburg.

Norwegian Haaland has now scored seven times in the league this season while taking his total tally to an impressive 68 goals in 67 games in all competitions for Dortmund.

Gol Olímpico Incluido: Chofis López Hizo El Mejor Hat Trick En La Historia De La MLS

Hasta el día de hoy se han convertido 198 hat tricks en la historia de la MLS. Reconozco que no los he visto todos, pero tengo la certeza de que el que hizo anoche Javier Eduardo López es el mejor de todos.

Es cierto que el triplete de la Chofis terminó siendo en vano, debido a la derrota 3-4 del San Jose Earthquakes ante Real Salt Lake, sin embargo la calidad de cada una de las anotaciones no hay dudas de que cabe en la categoría de lo sublime.

Ricardo Pepi Returns To Dallas Lineup And Guess What? He Scores

Ricardo Pepi scored his team-leading 12th goal to help host FC Dallas record a 1-1 draw against the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday in Frisco, Texas.

Pepi returned to action after missing FC Dallas' last match while participating with the United States Men's National Team for World Cup qualifying. The 18-year-old homegrown player made quite the impact after his diving header off Justin Che's cross beat a diving JT Marcinkowski to forge a 1-1 tie.

Pepi has scored four goals in his last three MLS matches.

Austin FC’s First Homegrown Player Is The 16-Year-Old Son Of Coach Josh Wolff

Austin FC signed 16-year-old Owen Wolff, the second-oldest son of head coach Josh Wolff, to a first-team contract on Thursday.

Wolff is the first homegrown signing in Austin's history.

NCAA Soccer Takes Over SportsCenter Top 10 With Two Stunning Goals

After a 2020 season that was hugely disrupted by COVID-19, resulting in both the men’s and women’s College Cup finals being played back on May 17, the 2021 NCAA Division I soccer season marks a return to normalcy as we’re now almost two weeks into the fall campaign. 

It’s early doors but we’ve already seen some spectacular play around the country, so much so that SportsCenter’s Top 10 has already featured a couple stunning goals. 

Leipzig Pulls Buzzer-Beater Transfer And Signs Barcelona Phenom Moriba On Final Day Of Window

After a disagreement over contracts which threatened to turn ugly, Ilaix Moriba has left Barcelona to join RB Leipzig in an $18.8 million move. 

Goal! IRL Santiago Muñoz Joins Newcastle United, And The Mexican Teen Is Legit

Ladies and gentlemen, we got him. 

Ever since Goal! The Dream Begins was released in 2005, Newcastle United has been scouring Mexico for the IRL regen of Santiago Munez, the Mexican striker who joined the Toon on trial, quickly ascended to the first-team and fired the side into the Champions League despite being riddled with the plot device of asthma. 

USMNT Phenoms Ricardo Pepi, Jesús Ferreira Fire Dallas To 5-3 Win In Texas Derby

FC Dallas scored three goals in a four-minute first-half span, got braces from Jesús Ferreira and Ricardo Pepi and held on for 5-3 win over host Austin FC on Sunday in the most recent rendition of the Texas Derby.

FC Dallas (6-9-7, 25 points) emphatically snapped a three-match winless streak, dating back to a 2-0 home victory against Austin FC on Aug. 7. Austin (5-12-4, 19 points) has lost four of its past five matches and fell to FC Dallas for the second time in the month of August. The expansion team has just 20 goals this season in its 21 matches, the least in the league.

Copa Libertadores Semifinals Offer Glimpse Of Tomorrow’s Biggest Stars

There’s no disputing the fact that the game’s brightest young talent is heavily localized in South America. If you’re looking for the best young players in FIFA 22 Career Mode, chances are you’ll just send a scout off to Brazil to find a technically gifted phenom that’ll recreate Ronaldinho’s impact at PSG.

But thanks to a historic Copa Libertadores final four that includes three clubs from Brazil — Palmeiras, Atlético Mineiro, Flamengo — and Ecuador’s Barcelona SC, it’s an easy enough exercise to pinpoint the prodigies that’ve shone brightest in 2021.