The Copa America is long over. However, Jurgen Klinsmann is hoping lessons learned from this summer's tournament can lead his team through a pair of games that could prove trickier than many may think.
World Cup qualifying continues on Friday night as the U.S. Men's National teamvisits St.
HARRISON, N.J. Kei Kamara, Lee Nguyen, Juan Agudelo, Diego Fagundez. The New England Revolution have one of the more talented attacking groups in MLS, but somehow are continuing to have trouble finding the back of the net.
It has proven costly throughout the course of the season, anddid so again on Sunday.
The Portland Timbers cruised to a statement win, while FC Dallas came from behind to continue their stay atop the West. In the East, Patrick Mullins shined while theMontreal Impact shocked Toronto FC at BMO Field.
Here's a closer look at all of this weekend's MLS action:
Led by a pair of goals from Kaka, Orlando City toppled NYCFC, 2-1, to remain in the playoff hunt.
HARRISON, N.J. Bradley Wright-Phillips was antarctic cold at the start of the season. Now, he is as hot as any striker in MLS.
The New York Red Bulls picked up their latest win of the campaign on Sunday afternoon by edging the New England Revolution, 1-0, and once again it was Wright-Phillips who was largely responsible for the three points that were picked up.
Bobby Wood scored on his first Bundesliga start for Hamburg as the league in Germany started up. Meanwhile,Brad Guzanand Lynden Gooch continued their runs in their respective midlands sides in the English top flight, while Geoff Cameron was called back into the fold for Stoke City.
As the Bundesliga began its 16/17 season this weekend, several American players were on showcase in Germany.