Soccer America Daily
Sunday, October 27, 2019
  • 'Brilliant' Christian Pulisic delivers full package

    Pulisic scored his first three Premier League goals -- a perfect hat trick -- to lead Chelsea to a 4-2 win over Burnley Read the whole story

  • Yanks Abroad: USMNT in action (Weekend)

    Sunday, October 27
    England Antonee Robinson, Wigan Athletic/D2, 90 minutes (2-2 at Bristol City)
    -- DeAndre Yedlin, Newcastle United, 90 minutes (1-1 vs. Wolves)
    Germany John Brooks, Wolfsburg, 90 minutes (0-0 vs. Augsburg)
    -- Tim Chandler, Eintracht Frankfurt, sub-12 minutes (2-4 at Bor. M'gladbach)
    -- Julian Green, Greuther Fuerth/D2, 90 minutes (0-0 at Osnabrueck)
    Italy Andrija Novakovich, Frosinone/D2, sub-12 minutes (1-1 at Cremonese)
    Netherlands
    Sergino Dest, Ajax, 80 minutes, 1 assist (4-0 vs. Feyenoord)
    Sweden Aron Johannsson, Hammarby, sub-12 minutes (2-1 at Ostersunds FK)

  • NWSL Final Preview: The stars who weren't at the World Cup

    Sunday's North Carolina-Chicago match features a host of stars who didn't play in France this summer. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Amanda Duffy

    "There's been ongoing conversations for a couple months about a new compensation model. We recognize where we are in player compensation, and it's an important area for the league and all of the owners to continue to improve with the compensation levels."

    -- NWSL president Amanda Duffy on the need for an increase in the women's league's maximum salaries to compete with European clubs seeking to pick off top NWSL players like 2019 MVP Sam Kerr. (Pro Soccer USA)

  • USL Championship: Phoenix Rising survives shootout to advance

    Neco Brett scored four goals to lead Pittsburgh, the Eastern Conference top seed, to a 7-0 win, its first playoff win since 2004. Read the whole story

  • Results: USL Championship (Conference Quarterfinals)

    Saturday, October 26
    Eastern Conference
    Louisville City 2 Tampa Bay 1. (Rasmussen 23, 24; Guenzatti 80. Att.: 4,636.)
    Indy Eleven 1 NY Red Bulls II 0. (Ouimette 27. Att.: 5,175.)
    Pittsburgh 7 Birmingham 0. (Brett 13, 27, pen. 34, 71, own goal 17, Dover 45+1, Mertz pen. 62. Att.: 5,627.)
    Nashville SC 3 Charleston 1. (Moloto 10, Rios 43, Jones 88; Lewis pen. 35. Att.: 6,253.)
    Western Conference
    Real Monarchs 6 Orange County SC 2. (Chang 14, Martinez 28, Blake 55, 90, Schmitt 55, Holt 81; Orozco 35, Seaton 90+1. Att.: 2,749.)
    Reno 1868 1 Sac Republic FC 3. (Hertzog 5; Werner 8, Iwasa 70, Enevoldsen 75. Att.: 3,275.)
    Fresno FC 2 El Paso 3. (Chaney 49, Cooper 55; Gomez 19, Kiffe 77, Velasquez pen. 83. Att.: 5,352.)
    Phoenix 0 Austin 0 (8-7 PKs). (Att.: 6,642.)

  • Watch: A well-struck game-deciding own goal from England

    Brighton vs. Everton was tied when Everton's Lucas Digne tried too hard to hard to intercept Leandro Trossard's cross. Read the whole story

  • Results: Under-17 Men's World Cup (Matchday 1)

    Saturday, October 26
    Group A Brazil 4 Canada 1. (Peglow 17, 46, own goal 45+1, Veron 56; Russell-Rowe 86. Att.: 11,468.)
    -- Angola 2 New Zealand 1. (Bark 6, own goal 60; Garbett 54. Att.: 553.)
    Group B Nigeria 4 Hungary 2. (Tijani pen. 20, 85, Ibrahim 79, Adeniyi 81; Komaromi 3, Major 28. Att.: 944.)
    -- Ecuador 2 Australia 1. (Pluas 4, own goal 9; Botic 90. Att.: 337.)