Soccer Recap - Dynamo fall to Vancouver Whitecaps; Atlanta draws 72,035 to set MLS record

The Houston Dynamo lost their second match of the season, a 2-1 loss to Vancouver Whitecaps FC. Victor Araiza/SportsMap

If you love the world’s game, there is plenty to talk about these days. Every major league in the world is in full swing, international competition is nearing its peak and motors rev up as the countdown to the 2018 FIFA World Cup continues.

Here are the top stories in soccer:

UEFA Champions League

Real Madrid is finding themselves in great form again. With the injury to Neymar, Real was too much for Paris Saint-Germain to overcome as PSG lost 2-1 at home to Los Blancos and exit the Champions League. Tottenham fans also had their hearts broken as they saw their team exit at home to a 2-1 loss of their own at the hands of another traditional power - Juventus.

In the other two matches this week, Liverpool drew nil-nil at home with Porto while Manchester City was beaten at home, 2-1 by FC Basel. These results mattered little as both had dominant victories in the first match of their series, making the second leg games a formality. Four more spots await to be filled this week as the Champions League narrows down to the elite eight.

UEFA Europa League

Round of 16 action in the Europa League kicked off with wins from Atletico Madrid (3-0 over Lokomotiv Moscow), Red Bull Salzburg (2-1 over Dortmund), Arsenal (2-0 over A.C. Milan), Lyon (1-0 at CSKA Moscow), RB Leipzig (2-1 vs. Zenit), Sporting CP (2-0 over Plzeň) and Marseille (3-1 over Bilbao). The only draw of the week came in Lazio’s 2-2 home match vs. Dynamo Kyiv.

Premier League

Marcus Rashford scored two first half goals to lead Manchester United to a 2-1 win over historic rival Liverpool - the only goal against being an own goal. Juan Mata almost scored the goal of the weekend with a bicycle kick that was just wide. Newcastle picked up a 3-0 win over Southampton at St. James’ Park in a match where U.S. defender DeAndre Yedlin featured for the full match. Everton, Leicester City and Burnley also picked up three points as did a trio of London clubs in Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham. On Monday, Manchester City inched closer to the title in a 2-0 win at Stoke.

Top 5: Manchester City (81), Manchester United (65), Tottenham (61), Liverpool (60), Chelsea (56)

La Liga

Promoted side Girona continues to win - now up to seventh in the table - as they picked up a 2-0 win over Deportivo. Real Madrid won away at Eibar, Valencia did the same at Sevilla. Levante, Barcelona, Villareal and Betis all picked up away wins as well. Espanyol, Atletico Madrid and Athletic Bilbao were the only sides beside Girona to get home wins. Las Palmas (20), Deportivo (19) and Malaga (13) are the three sides staring at relegation.

Top 5: FC Barcelona (72), Atletico Madrid (64), Real Madrid (57), Valencia (56), Sevilla (45)


League leaders FC Bayern continue with another dominant win, this time a 6-0 victory over Hamburg. FCB’s featured a Lewandowski hat-trick and a Franck Ribery double. Meanwhile, it was not a good weekend for RB Leipzig, who continue to fall out of the top five as they tied nil-nil at Stuttgart. Dortmund picked up a 3-2 over Frankfurt win in front of their home fans as Christian Pulisic played the entire match. Schalke 04, Bayer Leverkusen, Werder Bremen, Hoffenheim and Augsburg also got wins.

Top 5: FC Bayern Munich (66), Schalke 04 (46), Dortmund (45), Bayer Leverkusen (44), Eintracht Frankfurt (42)

Serie A

The Serie A resumed after being postponed last week due to the death of Fiorentina captain Davide Astori. Tributes were seen across Italy but especially in Florence where the club dedicated their 1-0 win over Benevento to their former captain. Roma, Hellas Verona, Juventus, Atalanta, Crotone, and A.C. Milan all picked up three points. Inter Milan and Napoli was among the biggest name matches of the weekend but it delivered a scoreless draw.

Top 5: Juventus (71), Napoli (70), Roma (56), Lazio (53), Inter Milan (52)

Ligue 1

PSG returned to league dominance with a 5-nil win over Metz. Of course they lead the league by 14 points and it’s only of matter of time before they make it official. As for the rest of the Champions League spots, Monaco continues to lead in second place with a 3-1 away win. Nantes won over Troyes and is back in the top five. Seventh-place Nice picked up a 5-2 win at Guingamp ahead of next week’s encounter with PSG. Alassane Pléa stood out in that match, scoring four goals for Nice.

Top 5: Paris Saint-Germain (77), Monaco (63), Marseille (59), Lyon (54), Nantes (43)


CONCACAF Champions League

There are three MLS vs. Liga MX series in the quarterfinals of the Champions League and all of them provided great drama. New York Red Bulls went into Tijuana and won 2-0 over Xolos - the largest margin of victory by a U.S. team on Mexican soil - to set themselves up well for the return leg at home. Toronto FC defeated Tigres 2-1 in Canada in match between the two current champions of MLS and Liga MX, respectively. Seattle Sounders FC defeated Guadalajara 1-0 at CenturyLink Field. Club America comfortably won 4-0 over Panama’s Tauro.

The second legs take place Tuesday and Wednesday. Away goals are the primary tiebreaker with extra time and penalty shootout as the next options.

Major League Soccer

Week two in MLS had plenty of surprises including the second consecutive road win of expansion side LAFC, winning 5-1 at Real Salt Lake. Columbus and New England got gritty last minute wins at home, one off a penalty and the other off a free kick. Red Bulls continued their impressive form in Champions League with a 4-0 beatdown of Portland Timbers while everyone else won on the road on Saturday.

The winning road teams included the already mentioned LAFC, Sporting KC (in a 4-3 thrilling win at Chicago), Vancouver (picking up their first ever win in Houston) and Minnesota (where former Orlando coach Adrian Heath got a win over his former club).

Atlanta, meanwhile, opened at home in front of a full house of 72,035 at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium. In doing so they have now surpassed the single-match MLS attendance record, again. On the field they put on a show with three astonishing goals from star players Josef Martinez, Miguel Almiron and Hector Villalba.

East Top 6: Columbus Crew SC (6), NYCFC (6), NY Red Bulls (3), Philadelphia Union (3), New England Revolution (3), Atlanta United (3)

West Top 6: LAFC (6), Vancouver Whitecaps FC (6), Houston Dynamo (3), San Jose Earthquakes (3), Minnesota United (3), LA Galaxy (3)

Liga MX

South of the border, Santos Laguna continues to lead the standings in Mexico. Los Guerreros remain there with a 3-2 win over Monterrey. Cruz Azul picked up a 5-0 win against Pachuca, Club America defeated Club Leon 2-0 at home and Tigres defeated Xolos 1-0 in a battle of Champions League clubs. Toluca and Guadalajara both picked up 1-0 wins on the road, Monarcas won 2-0 over Veracruz while Queretaro and Queretaro split points. Atlas won 1-0 over Puebla but remain last in the standings.

Top 5: Santos Laguna (23), Club America (21), Toluca (21), Tigres (21), Monarcas (19)

MLS-Liga MX partnership

Revealed Tuesday, the top two leagues in North America have joined forces to provide some interesting matches. Beginning in September, the two league champions will face off in the “Campeones Cup.” Just as much of a spectacle, an MLS-Liga MX All-Star match is finally in the works with that format available as early as this year.

Upcoming matches (All Times CT):

Tuesday, Mar. 13:

2:45 p.m. - [UEFA Champions League] Manchester United vs. Sevilla (FS1/ESPN Deportes)

2:45 p.m. - [UEFA Champions League] Roma vs. Shakhtar Donetsk (Facebook LIVE)

7 p.m. - [CONCACAF Champions League] Tijuana vs. New York Red Bulls (go90/Univision Deportes)

9 p.m. - [CONCACAF Champions League] Toronto FC vs. Tigres UANL (go90/Univision Deportes)

Wednesday, Mar. 14:

2:45 p.m. - [UEFA Champions League] FC Barcelona vs. Chelsea (FS1/ESPN Deportes)

2:45 p.m. - [UEFA Champions League] Besiktas vs. Bayern Munich (FS2)

7 p.m. - [CONCACAF Champions League] Tauro FC vs. Club America (go90/Univision Deportes)

9 p.m. - [CONCACAF Champions League] Seattle Sounders FC vs. Guadalajara (go90/Univision Deportes)

Thursday, Mar. 15:

11 a.m. - [Europa League] Lokomotiv Moscow vs. Atletico Madrid (FS2/ESPN Deportes)

1 p.m. - [Europa League] Zenit vs. RB Leipzig (FS1)

1 p.m. - [Europa League] Bilbao vs. Marseille (ESPN Deportes)

3 p.m. - [Europa League] Arsenal vs. A.C. Milan (FS1/ESPN Deportes)

3 p.m. - [Europa League] Salzburg vs. Dortmund (FS2)

Friday, Mar. 16:

2:30 p.m. - [Bundesliga] Freiburg vs. Stuttgart (FS2)

2:45 p.m. - [Ligue 1] Monaco vs. Lille (beIN Sports)

Saturday, Mar. 17:

7:15 a.m. - [FA Cup] Swansea vs. Tottenham (FS1)

9:30 a.m. - [Bundesliga] Frankfurt vs. Mainz (FS2)

12:30 p.m. - [MLS] D.C. United vs. Houston Dynamo (KUBE 57)

2:45 p.m. - [FA Cup] Manchester United vs. Brighton (FS2)

2:30 p.m. - [MLS] NYCFC vs. Orlando City (Univision)

Sunday, Mar. 18:

7 a.m. - [Ligue 1] Nice vs. Paris-Saint Germain (beIN Sports)

8:30 a.m. - [FA Cup] Wigan vs. Southampton (FS2)

10:15 a.m. - [La Liga] FC Barcelona vs. Bilbao (beIN SPORTS)

11:30 a.m. - [FA Cup] Leicester City vs. Chelsea (FS2)

2:45 p.m. - [La Liga] Real Madrid vs. Girona (beIN SPORTS)

Carlos Tevez has challenged his Boca Juniors teammates to keep their heads up after drawing 2-2 with rivals River Plate in the first leg of the Copa Libertadores Final. Nike, Inc.

Manchester City, FC Barcelona, Dortmund, Juventus and PSG maintain leads in their respective leagues while the MLS Cup Playoffs is down to four teams. All eyes, however, were on South America as one of the fiercest rivalries reached new heights with the Copa Libertadores title on the line.

English Premier League

Matchday 12 in the Premier League provided close encounters with five of the 10 matches resulting in draws and three other results decided by one goal. In fact, the biggest margin of victory this week was by two and it included the top two sides in the standings - Manchester City and Liverpool.

The five stalemates where Southampton-Watford (1-1), Leicester City-Burnley (0-0), Huddersfield-West Ham (1-1), Chelsea-Everton (0-0) and Arsenal-Wolves (1-1). The biggest setbacks where obviously for Chelsea, who stay in third but see the gap widen from the title race, and Arsenal, who dropped to fifth and now saw Tottenham pass them by three points. Bournemouth stay in sixth but took a hit with a 1-2 loss at Newcastle. Watford and Manchester United have equaled Bournemouth with 20 points and Everton is one point behind at 9th place.

Mohamed Salah was influential in Liverpool’s 2-0 win over Fulham but Manchester City maintained first place in the standings with a 3-1 win over rivals United in the Manchester Derby.

Big news came down this Wednesday as last place Fulham announced Claudio Ranieri as their new manager. The Italian tactician led Leicester City on that Cinderella Premier League title run that later saw him named the The Best FIFA Men's Coach in 2016.

Off the field, the Premier League announced a new CEO, and their first top female executive, in Animal Planet chief Susanna Dinnage. The new PL chief will take over in January and will be tasked with the continuing global growth of the Premier League.

Top six: 1. Manchester City (32), 2. Liverpool (30), 3. Chelsea (28), 4. Tottenham (27), 5. Arsenal (24), 6. Bournemouth (20)

Scoring leader: 8 - Sergio Aguero (Manchester City)

Assists leader: 6 - Ryan Fraser (Bournemouth)

Spain’s La Liga

Don’t pencil in FC Barcelona as the champions just yet. The defending champions suffered a dramatic 3-4 loss to the visiting Real Betis and have been kept within range in the Spanish title race. Sevilla, with a 2-1 win over Espanyol, and Atletico Madrid, with a late 3-2 win over Athletic Bilbao, each picked up three points to pull within one of 1st place.

Real Madrid picked up their 4th straight win with a 4-2 victory at Celta Vigo, a result that influenced two managerial announcement. Real Madrid Manager Santiago Solari saw his interim tag removed and has assured himself the position with a contract lasting until June 2021. Celta Vigo, meanwhile, parted ways with Antonio Mohamed and announced Miguel Cardoso as their new manager.

La Liga will resume after the international break with a match of title implications as third place Atletico Madrid hosts FC Barcelona in the Spanish capital.

Top six: 1. Barcelona (24), 2. Sevilla (23), 3. Atletico Madrid (23), 4. Alaves (23), 5. Espanyol (21), 6. Real Madrid (20)

Scoring leader: 9 - Lionel Messi (FC Barcelona) / Luis Suarez (FC Barcelona)

Assists leader: 5 - Jony Rodriguez (Alaves) / Lionel Messi (FC Barcelona)

German Bundesliga

Borussia Dortmund are looking every bit the part of the champion after a 3-2 win over rivals Bayern Munich. The two were separated by four points and Bayern were looking to shorten that gap to one on their path to a 28th league title and their potential 7th consecutive title. Dortmund, the last champion before Bayern’s six-season stranglehold, now look like a potential threat to that dynasty.

Elsewhere in the Bundesliga, Luka Jović had a brace in Frankfurt’s 3-0 win over Schalke 04 to take the top spot in the golden boot race. Monchengladbach and Leipzig also picked up three points apiece to take advantage of Bayern’s loss and move up the standings.

Top six: 1. Dortmund (27), 2. Monchengladbach (23), 3. RB Leipzig (22), 4. Eintracht Frankfurt (20), 5. Bayern Munich (20), 6. Hoffenheim (19)

Scoring leader: 9 - Luka Jović (Eintracht Frankfurt)

Assists leader: 6 - Jadon Sancho (Dortmund)

Italian Serie A

Cristiano Ronaldo continues to perform for Juventus by scoring in the marquee match at A.C. Milan. The 2-0 result keeps Juve in a somewhat comfortable lead as CR7 is now second in both goals and assists. Napoli kept pace with the leaders with a 2-1 win at Genoa while Inter Milan fall back to third with an embarrassing 1-4 loss at Atalanta. Lazio could not bring away the full three points at Sassuolo while Roma makes its way up the table with a 4-1 win vs. Sampdoria.

Top six: 1. Juventus (34), 2. Napoli (28), 3. Inter Milan (25), 4. Lazio (22), 5. Milan (21), 6. Roma (19)

Scoring leader: 9 - Krzysztof Piątek (Genoa)

Assists leader: 8 - Suso (A.C. Milan)

French Ligue 1

Another day, another win for Paris Saint-Germain. The defending champions are now on a thirteen match winning streak with a 4-0 win at Monaco. Lille drew 0-0 with Strasbourg and Montpelier lost 1-0 at Angers, stretching PSG’s lead even further. Lyon remains in the top four with a 4-2 win at Guingamp with St-Etienne and  Marseille picking up wins of their own to keep them in the picture for European competition next season.

Top six: 1. PSG (39), 2. Lille (26), 3. Montpellier (25), 4. Lyon (24), 5. St-Etienne (23), 6. Marseille (22)

Scoring leader: 11 - Emiliano Sala (Nantes) / Kylian Mbappé (PSG)

Assists leader: 6 - Angel Di Maria (PSG)


Major League Soccer

We’re down to the last four in the MLS Cup Playoffs: New York Red Bulls and Atlanta United in the East, Sporting Kansas City and Portland Timbers in the West.

New York City FC could not extend their season after defeating Philadelphia Union in the knockout round and lost their series against Atlanta by 4-1 on aggregate. The main question with NYCFC is what will be their direction after failing to win any hardware with 2010 FIFA World Cup winner David Villa, who will reportedly part ways from the club this offseason. Columbus Crew are left with a similar question as they too are eliminated. The Crew took care of red hot D.C. United in the knockout stage but could not get past the mighty Red Bulls in the conference semifinals. With Crew Head Coach Gregg Berhalter reportedly the leading candidate to take over the U.S. national team, many wonder who will lead Columbus next year.

In the West, Los Angeles FC and FC Dallas could not translate successful seasons into lengthy playoff runs. Both teams were one-and-done against lower seeds Real Salt Lake and Portland Timbers, respectively. RSL gave West No. 1 seed Sporting KC a scare but ultimately could not get past a more complete team. The Timbers, on the other end, took Seattle Sounders FC to extra time in the second leg of the Western conference finals, eliminating their bitter rivals on penalties.

The playoffs now take a hiatus due to the international break and return on Nov. 25 with the start of the Conference finals. The two conference champions will meet in the MLS Cup Final, hosted at the higher seed, on Dec. 8.

Playoff Results:

Knockout Round 

(E3) New York City 3-1 (E6) Philadelphia Union

(E4) D.C. United 2-2 (2-3 pens) (E5) Columbus Crew

(W3) LAFC 2-3 (W6) Real Salt Lake

(W4) FC Dallas 1-2 (W5) Portland Timbers

Conference semifinals 

(E1) New York Red Bulls 3-1 agg. (E5) Columbus Crew

(E2) Atlanta United 4-1 agg. (E3) New York City

(W1) Sporting KC 5-3 agg. (W6) Real Salt Lake

(W2) Seattle Sounders 4-4 agg. (2-4 pens) (W5) Portland Timbers

Liga MX

The playoff picture is almost complete in Mexico with one matchday left in the Apertura 2018 tournament. The eight are essentially the same we’ve seen for a few weeks, with a bit of shuffling around from one through eight. Cruz Azul is back on top with a 2-1 win over Lobos BUAP while Santos and America drew 1-1 this past weekend. Pumas took advantage of the latter by moving up to third in the standings with a 1-0 win over Toluca. Frenchman Andre-Pierre Gignac scored four in a 6-1 Tigres win against Puebla to propel his side up to sixth. In the final playoff spot, Monarcas may have all but booked their spot with a 3-2 win over Tijuana. Pachuca and Queretaro, at 9th and 10th with 23 points each, are the only teams on the bubble with possibilities to crash the party.

With Liga MX taking a rest due to the FIFA international break, many teams use the opportunity to stay in action by touring in the United States. Tigres UANL and Pumas UNAM, two contenders for this season’s title, will face off on Saturday (2:00 p.m. kickoff) in Downtown Houston. Plenty of tickets are still available at BBVACompassStadium.com

Top eight: 1. Cruz Azul (33), 2. Club America (30), 3. Pumas UNAM (29), 4. Santos Laguna (29), 5. Monterrey (27), 6. Tigres UANL (26), 7. Toluca (26), 8. Morelia (25)

Scoring leader(s): 14 - André-Pierre Gignac (Tigres UANL)

Assists leader: 8 - Dorlan Pabon (Monterrey)


UEFA Champions League

There’s never any shortage of things to talk about when it comes to the Champions League. Cristiano Ronaldo made sure of that with a stunner of a goal against his former club Manchester United, and was then upstaged by the Red Devils as they took a 2-1 win in Turin, Italy. Red Star Belgrade defeated Liverpool in Sebia to throw a wrench in Group C, as if Napoli hadn’t done that already. In Group A, Atletico Madrid made up for their loss at Dortmund by winning their match against the German leaders, 2-0, in Madrid. Barcelona could not break down Inter Milan in Italy but retains the top spot after a 1-1 draw. Bayern Munich, Manchester City and Real Madrid all enjoyed comfortable wins and kept the top spots in their groups.

Group A: Dortmund (9), Atletico Madrid (9), Club Brugge (4), Monaco (1)

Group B: Barcelona (10), Inter Milan (7), Tottenham (4), PSV (1)

Group C: Napoli (6), Liverpool (6), PSG (5), Red Star Belgrade (4)

Group D: Porto (10), Schalke 04 (8), Galatasaray (4), Lokomotiv Moscow (0)

Group E: Bayern Munich (10), Ajax (8), Benfica (4), AEK Athens (0)

Group F: Manchester City (9), Lyon (6), Hoffenheim (3), Shakhtar Donetsk (2)

Group G: Real Madrid (9), Roma (9), CSKA Moscow (4), Plzeň (1)

Group H: Juventus (9), Manchester United (7), Valencia (5), Young Boys (1)

UEFA Europa League

Premier League clubs Arsenal and Chelsea continue to walk through the Europa League group stage, but other top clubs have found it difficult. A.C. Milan, for example, continues to be upstaged by Real Betis in Group F and Sevilla is finding it hard to take a stranglehold of Group J. Other hopefuls like Scottish clubs Celtic and Rangers remain in their respective group races but with little room for error.

Group A: Bayer Leverkusen (9), FC Zurich (9), Ludogorets (2), AEK Larnaca (2)

Group B: Red Bull Salzburg (12), RB Leipzig (6), Celtic (6), Rosenborg (0)

Group C: Zenit (8), Slavia Praha (7), Copenhagen (5), Bordeaux (1)

Group D: Dinamo Zagreb (12), Fenerbahce (7), Spartak Trnava (3), Anderlecht (1)

Group E: Arsenal (10), Sporting CP (7), Vorskla (3), Qarabag FK (3)

Group F: Real Betis (8), A.C. Milan (7), Olympiacos (7), Dudelange (0)

Group G: Villarreal (6), Spartak Moscow (5), Rangers (5), Rapid Wien (4)

Group H: Eintracht Frankfurt (12), Lazio (9), Marseille (1), Apollon Limassol (1)

Group I: Genk (7), Sarpsborg (5), Malmo (5), Besiktas (4)

Group J: FC Krasnodar (9), Sevilla (9), Standard Liege (6), Akhisar (0)

Group K: Astana (8), Dynamo Kiev (8), Rennes (3), Jablonec (2)

Group L: Chelsea (12), Videoton (6), PAOK (3), BATE (3)

Copa Libertadores

One of the most heated rivalries in all of soccer, with the South American championship on the line, kicked off this past weekend after weeks of anticipation. It took an extra day, as heavy rains and floods in the Buenos Aires region postponed the match from its original Saturday kickoff to Sunday afternoon. Once the first leg was underway, there was no denying the electricity as Boca Juniors took the lead with a 34th minute goal by their talisman in this edition of the Libertadores, Ramon Abila. The celebration was short lived by the home fans as River Plate’s Lucas Pratto tied the game on the ensuing kickoff. Boca were then forced to make an early change as Cristian Pavon had to leave the game due to injury. His replacement, Dario Benedetto, came off the bench and gave the home team the 2-1 lead just before halftime.

River Plate tied the match in the 61st minute thanks to a Carlos Izquierdoz own goal and the match would end in a 2-2 draw. Now, the animosity will grow back as the two teams prepare for the return leg across town on the 24th of this month. The winner will have everlasting bragging rights as this is not only the first time the historic rivals face off in a South American final but also the last in a home-and-home series - next season, the Libertadores switches to a neutral venue one match final.

Upcoming Matches (All Times CT):

Thursday, November 15


1:45 p.m. - [UEFA Nations League] Belgium vs. Iceland (ESPNews)

1:45 p.m. - [UEFA Nations League] Croatia vs. Spain (ESPN+)

1:45 p.m. - [International Friendly] Germany vs. Russia (ESPN+)

2 p.m. - [International Friendly] England vs. USA (ESPN2/UniMás)

Friday, November 16

1:45 p.m. - [UEFA Nations League] Wales vs. Denmark (ESPNews)

1:45 p.m. - [UEFA Nations League] Netherlands vs. France (ESPN+/UniMás)

2 p.m. - [International Friendly] Brazil vs. Uruguay (beIN Sports)

6 p.m. - [International Friendly] Argentina vs. Mexico (UniMás/Univision Deportes)

6:15 p.m. - [International Friendly] Chile vs. Costa Rica (beIN Sports)

Saturday, November 17

1:45 p.m. - [UEFA Nations League] Italy vs. Portugal (ESPN+)

Sunday, November 18

8 a.m. - [UEFA Nations League] England vs. Croatia (ESPNews)

1:45 p.m. - [UEFA Nations League] Switzerland vs. Belgium (ESPN+)

1:45 p.m. - [International Friendly] Spain vs. Bosnia and Herzegovina (ESPN+)

Monday, November 19

12:30 p.m. - [UEFA Nations League] Iceland vs. Qatar (ESPN+)

1:45 p.m. - [UEFA Nations League] Czech Republic vs. Slovakia (ESPNews)

1:45 p.m. - [UEFA Nations League] Germany vs. Netherlands (ESPN+)

Tuesday, November 20

1:30 p.m. - [International Friendly] Brazil vs. Cameroon (beIN Sports)

1:45 p.m. - [UEFA Nations League] Sweden vs. Russia (ESPNews)

1:45 p.m. - [UEFA Nations League] Portugal vs. Poland (ESPN+)

1:45 p.m. - [International Friendly] Italy vs. USA (FS1/UniMás)

2 p.m. - [International Friendly] France vs. Uruguay (ESPN+)

6 p.m. - [International Friendly] Argentina vs. Mexico (UniMás/Univision Deportes)


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