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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Three things we learned this weekend

Union continue their US Open Cup dominance of Red Bulls, Orlando head coach rumors swirl, and World Cup news in today’s links

MLS: U.S. Open Cup-New York Red Bulls vs Philadelphia Union Derik Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia Union News

Vancouver Whitecaps Post-Match: Davies Mania!
The Union host Vancouver for their next MLS game, so let's see how their last game went.

3 Things We Learned From Philadelphia Union's U.S. Open Cup win over New York Red Bulls Cory Burke made another convincing case to earn the Philadelphia Union's starting forward job, while the young center backs fought through their worst game of the season against the New York Red Bulls in the U.S. Open Cup.

MLS News

Seltzer: Five candidates to succeed Jason Kreis at Orlando City SC
There are plenty of fine unemployed managers at this time (and surely more who can be had after the World Cup).

World Cup News

Belgium, England start race to win group in June 18 games
Today's tripleheader features some big names from the English Premier League and Major League Soccer.

Brazil held to shock draw by Switzerland in Group E opener
Brazil joined the host of big guns who have failed to fire in their opening World Cup game as lax defending from a corner allowed Switzerland to cancel out Philippe Coutinho's spectacular curling strike and grab a 1-1 draw on Sunday.

Lozano strikes as Mexico stun holders Germany
Hirving Lozano was the Mexico hero as they beat reigning champions Germany 1-0 in a thrilling match at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow -- Germany's first loss in a World Cup opener since 1982.

Aleksandar Kolarov free kick gives Serbia win over Costa Rica
A superb second-half free kick from Aleksandar Kolarov was enough to give Serbia a 1-0 win over Costa Rica in a scrappy match at the Samara Arena.