Aron Johannsson scored his third goal in 10 games since returning to action in the Dutch Eredivisie, while across the border in Belgium,
Sacha Kljestan said goodbye to Anderlecht fans after five seasons. In Mexico, Tijuana is in first place, but Greg
Garza had to leave Xolos' match against Morelia early in the second half with knee pain. For injury updates on Emerson Hyndman and Joe Gyau.
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WHAT THEY'RE SAYING
"I've vaguely heard of him. He's in the background of my head. But not really?"
-- Arsenal fan Michael Rabbett when asked if he was familiar with
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who attended Sunday's Arsenal-Aston Villa match at the Emirates on a trip to London viewed as part of an effort to raise
his profile for his presidential ambitions. Told who he was and of reputation for straight talk, Rabbett then asked, "Has he told that lady from Alaska to shut up?" (New York Times)