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Brotherly Game Daily Links 4/12/18

Ola Kamara re-signs, Cristiano Ronaldo saves the day, and looking back at Tuesday’s CCL results.

MLS: Los Angeles FC at Los Angeles Galaxy Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia Union News

Takeaways from Head Coach Jim Curtin's Press Conference
Philadelphia Union Head Coach Jim Curtin took to the podium on Wednesday afternoon to address the media in his weekly press conference.

MLS News

MLS Power Rankings: New England Revolution big climbers in Week 6
The Union move up to 17 this week.

Minnesota United acquires Peruvian player Alexi Gomez
Described as somone who can play four different positions, Gomez is expected to fill an international slot on the Loons' roster.

Ola Kamara signs three-year deal with LA Galaxy
The Norwegian international is locked up for the future.

Atlanta United's Josef Martinez injured in training
The Venezuelan striker suffered an apparent arm injury on Wednesday during Atlanta United training, leaving him a doubt to face NYCFC on Sunday.

Fernando Torres: MLS interest lukewarm among GMs
Fernando Torres is out of contract this summer and the natural instinct is to assume a move to MLS. But does any team in the league want to pay the price to land him?

Youth movement gives latest Red Bulls disappointment a more encouraging aftertaste
The New York Red Bulls have a long history of falling flat in big games, but Tuesday's CONCACAF Champions League elimination feels different.

Three things we learned as Toronto FC defeated Club América
Toronto FC established itself as the favorite to win the Concacaf Champions League by advancing to the final with a 4-2 aggregate victory over Club América.

Rest of the World News

Cristiano Ronaldo's injury-time penalty sees Real Madrid survive furious Juventus rally
Cristiano Ronaldo's injury-time penalty saw Real Madrid survive a three-goal rally from Juventus and advance to the Champions League semifinals.

Bayern Munich hold off Sevilla to reach Champions League semifinals
Bayern Munich are through to the Champions League semifinals for the seventh time in nine years after a 0-0 draw in their quarterfinal second leg with Sevilla.