His reputation has suffered for the fluky goals he has scored, but there was nothing fluky about the goal he scored on Saturday. Read the whole story
1. Diego Rossi, Uruguay (LAFC) 10 goals
2. Gyasi Zardes, USA (Columbus) 9 goals
3. Raul Ruidiaz, Peru (Seattle) 8 goals
4. Chris Mueller, USA (Orlando City) 7 goals
4. Kacper Przybylko, Poland (Philadelphia) 7 goals
Columbus, Philadelphia and Seattle remained 1-2-3, while the big climbers were Orlando City, Portland and FC Dallas. Read the whole story
Atlanta United. Pity Martinez, Argentina (Al-Nassr, Saudi Arabia).
FC Dallas. Reggie Cannon, USA (Boavista, Portugal).
FC Dallas. Zdenek Ondrasek, Czech Rep. (Viktoria Plzen, Czech Rep.).
D.C. United. Chris Durkin, USA (Sint-Truiden, Belgium)
Houston. Albert Elis, Honduras (Boavista, Portugal).
Minnesota United. Romario Ibarra, Ecuador (Pachuca, Mexico)
San Jose. Magnus Eriksson, Sweden (Djurgarden, Sweden).
Sporting KC: Botond Barath, Hungary (Honved, Hungary)
Vancouver. Inbeom Hwang, South Korea (Rubin Kazan, Russia).
Colorado's 19-year-old Cole Bassett and D.C. United's 17-year-old Griffin Yow provided two of MLS's golazos. Read the whole story
NWSL (10): Abby Dahlkemper (NC Courage), Tierna Davidson (Chicago), Morgan Gautrat (Chicago), Ashlyn
Harris (Orlando Pride), Lindsey Horan (Portland), Ali Krieger (Orlando), Allie Long (OL Reign), Alyssa Naeher (Chicago), Mallory Pugh (Sky Blue FC), Becky
Europe (6): Tobin Heath (Man. United/ENG), Rose Lavelle (Man. City/ENG), Samantha Mewis (Man. City/ENG), Alex Morgan (Man. United/ENG), Christen Press (Man. United/ENG), Emily Sonnett (Kopparbergs/Göteborg/SWE).
Sitting out (7): Crystal Dunn (NC Courage), Julie Ertz (Chicago), Adrianna Franch (Portland), Carli Lloyd (Sky Blue FC), Jessica McDonald (NC Courage), Kelley O’Hara (Utah), Megan Rapinoe (OL Reign).
ESPN's 5-minute montage of Gio Reyna's action in Borussia Dortmund's 3-0 win over Borussia M'Gladbach makes for entertaining viewing. Read the whole story
Gio Reyna isn't the only American teenager whose European season has begun. Here's a look at the growing U.S. youth corps. Read the whole story
Sept. 21 in Hamtramck, Mich.
Detroit City FC 0 Michigan Stars 2 (Ben-Tal 52, Bernedo 58).
Oakland Roots 3 (Fondy 32, McInerney 65, Blanco 75) New Amsterdam FC 0.
The high-level of hard-hit screamers up for USL Championship Goal of the Week include one from San Antonio's 19-year-old Jordan Perruzza. Read the whole story