Cameron Carter-Vickers (Celtic), 90 minutes (2-1 vs. Livingston)
Spanish Copa Del Rey
Luca De La Torre (Celta), sub-33 minutes, 1 goal (3-0 at Gernika)
Haji Wright (Antalyaspor), 90 minutes, 1 goal (1-0 vs. Manisa)
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The 23-year-old KRC Genk defender keeps close track of his former club, the 2022 MLS runner-up Philadelphia Union. Read the whole story
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- Geovane Jesus joins FC Dallas on U22 Initiative. The 21-year-old Brazilian, signed through the 2026 season with a club option for 2027, gives FC Dallas help at
right back. He played 27 games for Serie B Cruzeiro in its successful 2022 promotion campaign.
- Denil Maldonado signs on loan with LAFC. The 24-year-old Honduran international will play on loan from Motagua for the 2023 season. The defender played in nine 2022 World Cup qualifying matches and three games at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.
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- Mimmi Larsson signs with KC Current. The Swedish international (33 caps) was signed to a two-year contract. She spent the past three seasons with Rosengard, winner of Damallsvenskan and Svenska Cupen titles in 2020 and 2021. The 28-year-old Larsson, who scored 66 goals over her last seven Damallsvenskan seasons, made her last appearance for Sweden in November 2021.
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1. Khadija Shaw, Man. City (Tennessee), 8 goals
1. *Rachel Daly, Aston Villa (St. John's), 8 goals
3. Fran Kirby, Chelsea, 6 goals
3. *Katie Stengel, Liverpool (Wake Forest), 6 goals
5. *Sam Kerr, Chelsea, 5 goals
5. *Dagny Brynjarsdottir (Florida State), 5 goals
Note: In parentheses is U.S. college attended.
*Played in NWSL.
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