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Philadelphia Union News

Top 10 individual performances in Union history
With this recent run of form for Philadelphia that sees them in first place in the Eastern Conference, they are starting to wash away some of those bitter memories. Ilsinho’s stellar appearance off the bench for the Union on Saturday was an all-time performance.

MLS News

Eales: Barco “Definitely Here Until the End of This Season”
Atlanta United President Darren Eales spoke Friday at an Atlanta Press Club event hosted by GPB’s Rickey Bevington, and Darren did what he does best: he broke some news.

Gold Cup News

Haiti 2, Bermuda 1: Gold Cup Match Recap
Bermuda made a strong first impression in their Gold Cup debut, but they had no answer for Frantzdy Pierrot.

Costa Rica hits four past Nicaragua
A rampant first-half performance from Costa Rica set them up for a 4-0 win over Nicaragua in their Gold Cup opener at the National stadium in San Jose on Sunday.

Women’s World Cup News

USA 3-0 Chile: The USWNT wins but doesn’t score 13 goals
It would not take too long for the team to score their 14th goal of the tournament. Carli Lloyd would beat Julie Ertz to a bounding ball that Chile failed to clear as they tried to keep their defensive shape in their own defensive third in the 11th minute.

Sweden hit Thailand for five to seal knockout spot
Sweden produced a breathtaking display of attacking football to thrash Thailand 5-1 in Nice on Sunday and book their place in the last 16 of the Women’s World Cup.

Copa America News

Cavani, Lodeiro golazos see Uruguay past Ecuador
Uruguay made short work of 10-man Ecuador in a 4-0 win to kick off their Copa America campaign atop Group C on Sunday in Belo Horizonte.

Qatar rally for shock Copa draw with Paraguay
Qatar fought their way back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Paraguay in their first ever Copa America game on Sunday, proving they will be no pushovers in the tournament by pulling off a thrilling revival at a near-empty Maracana stadium.