The New York Red Bulls and Real Salt Lake, depleted of resources because of the international break, played to a scoreless draw at Red Bull Arena on Saturday.
The first half saw Real Salt Lake, under interim coach Daryl Shore for the first time, dominate in the early minutes, keeping the New York defense busy.
The U.S. Men's National Team has added a winger ahead of the upcoming World Cup qualifier against Panama as several players have departed camp.
Paul Arriola is set to jointhe USMNT squad ahead of Saturday night's trip to Panama City. John Brooks, Sebastian Lletget, Jordan Morris and Michael Orozco left camp, bringing the total roster to 23 players.
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After back-to-back defeats to kick off their 2017 Major League Soccer campaign, the New England Revolution earned their first victory on Saturday in a 5-2 win over Minnesota United.
Jay Heaps' side used a four-goal first half to propel themselves to victory in a dominant performance at Gillette Stadium.
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While international soccer dominates the weekend's schedule, MLS returns on Saturday with a trio of interesting matches.
The day starts at Gillette Stadium as the New England Revolution host Minnesota United. The Loons return to action after sealing their first ever point last time out.
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Bruce Arena probably couldn't have drawn it up any better. The U.S. Men's National Team scored early and often on Friday night, thumping Honduras, 6-0, to leap back into the World Cup qualifying race.
From the opening moments of Friday's clash at Avaya Stadium, the U.
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Clint Dempsey hasn't played in an international match for the U.S. in the last nine months due to an irregular heartbeat that sidelined him for the second half of the 2016 Major League Soccer season and the first two World Cup qualifiers – then with the national team under Jurgen Klinsmann.
The U.S. Men's National Team may have garnered all the headlines on Matchday 3 of the Hexagonal round of CONCACAF World Cup qualifying, but it was their biggest rival who rose to the top of the table by Friday's end.
Mexicomoved up to top spot in the Hex after a 2-0 victory at Estadio Azteca against Costa Rica.
When it rains, it pours – literally.
The U.S. Men's National Team entered Friday night's World Cup qualifier needing a win against Honduras to keep their World Cup hopes alive. They got that and awhole lot more, routing the Hondurans 6-0 at Avaya Stadium in San Jose.
U.S. head coach Bruce Arena talked about his team's excitement for the match the day before during his press conference and his players put that enthusiasm on full display throughout the 90 minutes.
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The U.S. Men's National Team was in need of a bounce-back performance, and they got it on Friday night with their youngest star leading the way.
Christian Pulisic provided a goal and two assists on Friday night, helping to lead the U.S. to a 6-0 win over Honduras at Avaya Stadium.
In the months since the last World Cup qualifying round, the U.S. Men's National Team has undergone its fair share of change. On Friday, they get the chance to turn around their poor start as the Bruce Arena era truly begins.
The U.S. takes on Honduras on Friday night as they look to reignite their World Cup qualifying campaign.
Like any match, Friday's clash between the U.S. Men's National Team and Honduras will have its difference-making moments. Every match has them, split-second decisions or bounces that go one way, helping mold a result from a 90 minute marathon.
Lately, the U.S. has been on the wrong side of those moments, especially in World Cup qualifying.
The moment U.S. Men's National Team fans have spent four months waiting for is finally here. World Cup qualifying is back, and the SBI Show is back to break down the USMNT showdown with Honduras.
Special guest Alexi Lalas joins SBI Show host Ives Galarcep to discuss the all-important USA-Honduras qualifier, breaking down lineup options and what to expect from Bruce Arena's first qualifier with this group.
The NASL can finally exhale after a tumultuous offseason with the first setof matches finally arriving over the weekend.
There were points during the end of 2016 and beginning of 2017 where the future of the NASL was very much up in the air. With several teams departing, several more on the brink of collapse, and only one set to join, this NASL season was far from a sure thing.
The international break only slows down MLS, it rarely ever shuts it down for a weekend. That's the case for Week 4, as three matches take place on Saturday at a trio of Eastern Conference venues.
Among the small slate of matches in MLS is a rematch of the 2015 MLS Cup and a crucial match for a team that fired its manager earlier in the week.
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World Cup qualifying takes centerstage this weekend as teams all over Europe and North America look to make their push towards Russia 2018.
In European action, several heavy-hitters take the field throughout the weekend as the qualifying campaign continues.