The correlation between the population of a country and its number of professional teams is rather a weak one. Read the whole story
"It's about finding purpose and meaning: Our last season has to matter -- the fact we got to 69 points. We don't control what happens in the Red Bulls game. They may or may not get beyond it, but
we do control [against] Atlanta."
-- Toronto FC head coach Greg Vanney, on the Reds' motivation for Sunday's season finale: beat Atlanta United and deny it the single-season points record of 69 it shares with them. The second-place New York Red Bulls have 68. The 69 points tied the MLS record TFC set en route to its first league title in 2017. It's out of playoff contention with a 9-18-6 record. (MLSSoccer.com)
Under new coach Lucien Favre, first-place Borussia Dortmund is the Bundesliga's only undefeated team (6-0-2) and has scored a league-high 27 goals. Read the whole story