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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Union will not let Columbus loss define season

Union ready to move on, MLS Team of the Week and the Bundesliga is off to ESPN+

MLS: Philadelphia Union at Columbus Crew SC Greg Bartram-USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia Union News

Philadelphia Union ‘won’t be defined by one loss’
Following a slip in Columbus, the Union hope to go into the playoffs on a high note.

MLS News

MLS Team of the Week: Carlos Vela flies highest in Week 30
In addition to his goal – which tied the MLS record for scoring in a single season – Vela won four corners, made two key passes and completed 70 percent of his passes in Minnesota’s half.

How Nick Rimando became the greatest goalkeeper in MLS history — and how Utah became home.
Rimando — who played his final regular season home game Sunday against Houston — is Real Salt Lake’s most iconic player, the holder of virtually every goalkeeping record in MLS, a two-time MLS Cup champion, and a U.S. Men’s National Team veteran.

PRO Referees and MLS Looking At Centralizing VAR
In a search for consistency and in an effort to streamline the Video Review process and execution, Major League Soccer and PRO Referees are looking into the feasibility of creating a central Video Operations Room (VOR).

Rest of the World News

ESPN+ gets Bundesliga rights starting in 2020
The deal will include more than 300 top-flight games each season on ESPN+ and ESPN networks, as well as live streams of the DFL Supercup and relegation playoff matches.

Manchester United, Arsenal settle for sloppy draw at Old Trafford
Scott McTominay’s first-half thunderbolt had the hosts ahead at the break, but Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang struck back in the second half with the help of VAR to earn his side a deserved point.