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Brotherly Game Daily Links 4/2/18

Union backline makes history, a recap of the weekend’s MLS action, and PSG may have found their new coach

MLS: Philadelphia Union at Colorado Rapids Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia Union News

Philadelphia Union start youngest back line in MLS history
The Philadelphia Union back line had an average age of 69 days younger than the previous record set by a back three for D.C. United in 2000.

New York City FC pull off second-half rally to beat San Jose
The Union next face San Jose, let's see how their last game went.

MLS News

Ibrahimovic scores 40-yard stunner in Galaxy bow
Saturday was all about Zlatan Ibrahimovic in MLS as the LA Galaxy star enjoyed a Hollywood-style debut with two goals, while New York City stayed unbeaten.

Rest of the World News

Arsenal flatter to deceive with late goal flurry to beat Stoke
The cliche says that a good side can win without playing well but few will think that Arsenal are "back" after three late goals to beat Stoke.

Tottenham snap Chelsea curse to cement top-four spot at Blues' expense
Tottenham hadn't won at Stamford Bridge since 1990 but thanks to Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli, that curse is over. So too is the top four race.

PSG owner selects Thomas Tuchel as his choice for new coach - source
Paris Saint-Germain's owner has selected Thomas Tuchel as the man to replace current coach Unai Emery at the end of the season, a source has told ESPN.