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

Philadelphia Union News

Cann's Corner: Big Play Breakdown
Adam Cann breaks down a big play by Kemar Lawrence from the Union's Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup match vs. New York Red Bulls.

MLS News

Report: Former Brazil coach Scolari, ex-Lion Kaká linked to Orlando City
One of the most famous Brazilian managers ever, Scolari, who turns 70 later this year, has led clubs and national teams around the world over a managerial career that spans the better part of four decades.

Reyna: Young Americans' playing time should be earned, not gifted in MLS
In the aftermath of the U.S. national team’s failed qualification for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, Claudio Reyna slammed “arrogant” youth coaches and called for a cultural change across all levels of soccer in the United States.

US Soccer News

Walter Bahr, last remaining member of U.S. 1950 World Cup squad, passes away
The 91-year-old USMNT legend played a pivotal role in the USMNT’s 1950 World Cup victory over England.

World Cup News

World Cup game times: Colombia-Japan, Poland-Senegal, Russia-Egypt
Egypt needs Mohamed Salah to play if it wants to silence the home crowd in St. Petersburg.

England 2-1 Tunisia: Injury Time Harry Kane Header Sees Off Tunisia in England's World Cup Opener
Harry Kane was England's hero in a tough game against Tunisia in their Group G opener at the ​World Cup, with the Three Lions skipper netting twice to deny the Eagles of Carthage after their first half penalty from Ferjani Sassi.

Anibal Godoy plays the full 90, but Panama falls to Belgium 3-0 in World Cup opener
Despite playing as the heavy underdogs, Anibal Godoy and the Panama national team stood toe-to-toe with Group G favorites Belgium, but their defensive effort was eventually overrun in a 3-0 victory in their 2018 FIFA World Cup opener.

Sweden 1-0 South Korea: Dream start for Swedes as Granqvist penalty breaks Koreans' resistance
​Sweden earned a deserved victory over South Korea in their opening FIFA World Cup clash at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, courtesy of Andreas Granqvist's second half penalty.