1. Folarin Balogun (Reims, 2022-23, Monaco, 2023-) 6/9
2. Aron Jóhannsson (Werder Bremen, 2015-17) 2/2
3. Gio Reyna (Borussia Dortmund, 2022-23) 1/1
3. Bobby Wood (Hamburg, 2017-18) 1/1
5. Jordan Pefok (Union Berlin, 2022-23) 0/2
The U.S. striker missed two penalties in his first start for Monaco, which lost the Ligue 1 lead with a 1-0 defeat to Nice. Read the whole story
Inter Miami heads into Sunday's Florida derby against Orlando City with its MLS playoff destiny in its own hands. Read the whole story
• FC Cincinnati, MLS's Supporters Shield leader, rewarded Argentine Luciano Acosta with a new contract on Friday, tying him to the team until 2026 with a club option for a further year. The 29-year-old playmaker has 14 goals and 11 assists, making him the favorite for the 2023 MLS MVP award. "He's capable of things that others aren't," said head coach Pat Noonan. "When you find players like that and you're able to keep them on your team, it's positioning us to hopefully continue these successes as we move forward."
Strikes from MLS, the Women's World Cup and Liga MX are up for greatest golazo of 2023: The FIFA Puskas Award. Read the whole story
• The U.S. under-17 national team began a new cycle with a 2-0 win over Japan in the first of two games at the Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California. Washington Spirit rookie Chloe Ricketts opened the scoring in the 12th minute and Maddie Padelski (Tennessee SC's 2007 ECNL team) added the second goal nine minutes later. A second USA-Japan friendly will be held on Sunday.
Howard University soccer represented African-American excellence and the Black diaspora at the height of the Black Power movement. Read the whole story
Italy's two most widely supported clubs head into a busy week leading the way. Read the whole story
The visit of Real Madrid to the Metropolitano is the type of high-intensity clash that could cure Atletico's recent ills. Read the whole story
Sept. 22 in Kingston
Jamaica 0 Canada 2. Goals: Prince 18, Leon 90+2.
Jamaica -- Spencer; Blackwood, Sampson, A.Swaby, Spence, Primus (McKenna 71), Plummer, Wiltshire, Shaw, Matthews (Cameron 54), Brown (Washington 54),
Canada -- Sheridan; Rose (Zadorsky 79), Gilles, Buchanan, Lawrence (Carle 82), Collins, Quinn, Fleming (Grosso 79), Leon; Prince (Huitema 66), Lacasse.
Spain won the UEFA Nations League clash, 3-2, when Mariona Caldentey converted a penalty six minutes into stoppage time. Read the whole story