A look at the hottest teams in the Bundesliga, who meet in a game that could decide the 2020 league title race. Read the whole story
"I hope that the DFL will turn a blind eye. I know that none of this is allowed and hope that they show some humanity. He just saved our lives. Who knows what would have happened if he hadn't
reacted so quickly? That's why the goal celebrations went to him."
-- Azerbaijan midfielder Dimitrij Nazarov after scoring the winner for German second division club Erzgebirge Aue in its 1-0 at Nuremberg and then embracing his coach, Thomas Romeyke, in violation of the German league's coronavirus health protocols. Romeyke, who doubles at the team bus driver, managed to guide the bus to safety when it was hit by flying vehicle parts from an accident on the freeway on the way to Nuremberg. (AFP)
Germany (Bundesliga) Tyler Adams, RB Leipzig, sub-31 minutes (5-0 at Mainz)
-- Weston McKennie, Schalke 04, 72 minutes (0-3 vs. Augsburg)
-- Alfredo Morales, Fortuna Duesseldorf, 90 minutes (2-2 at FC Cologne)
Teams were allowed to move to Phase 2 -- training in small groups of no more than eight players -- as of Monday. Read the whole story
May 6. Atlanta United, Inter Miami, Orlando City, Sporting KC.
May 7. Houston, LAFC, Nashville SC, Portland, Real Salt Lake.
May 8. FC Cincinnati.
May 11. Colorado, FC Dallas, Toronto FC.
May 12. Minnesota United, Vancouver.
May 13. Columbus.
May 18. LA Galaxy, Seattle, Philadelphia.
May 21. New England.
May 25. Montreal, NY Red Bulls, NYCFC.
Awaiting local approval. Chicago, D.C. United, San Jose.
Of Europe's top five fall-spring women's leagues, only Germany's Flyeralarm Frauen-Bundesliga will resume with its first games on Friday. Read the whole story
Vadao coached Brazil at the last two Women's World Cups after a club career that featured 26 different men's jobs. Read the whole story