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Brotherly Game Daily Links: MLS Weekend Review

Union’s next opponent, Manchester United and Liverpool both get demolished and more in today’s links

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Philadelphia Union News

FC Cincinnati fails to perform in 2-0 loss to Minnesota United
The Union’s next game is on Wednesday against Cincinnati, let’s see how their last game went.

Missing ‘killer instinct’ in first half comes back to haunt Philadelphia Union in loss
After taking an early lead through Sergio Santos, the Union had chances to stretch the lead but instead gave up two second half goals and dropped all three points.

MLS News

MLS Rewind: Toronto FC downs Union, Earthquakes top Galaxy, and more
Orlando City stayed in the race for the top spot in the Eastern Conference after a 3-1 win over the New York Red Bulls. Oscar Pareja’s side got goals from three different players to win its fourth match out of the past five.

Real Salt Lake drops 3-1 result at home to LAFC
With Albert Rusnak out on international duty, Real Salt Lake gave up three goals to the visiting LAFC, with RSL’s only goal coming at the expense of LAFC midfielder Eduard Atuesta.

From Kaka to present: Can Orlando City SC become MLS’s Brazilian club?
Orlando City SC are among those at the forefront, and it helps that they have a few built-in advantages. The club’s owner, Flavio Augusto da Silva, is Brazilian. Luiz Muzzi, executive VP of soccer operations, is Brazilian, as is their director of scouting, Ricardo Moreira.

Rest of the World News

Man United, Liverpool concede six goals on same day for first time in history
Liverpool’s defeat also marked the first time in Premier League history that the previous season’s winners conceded seven goals, while it was the fourth time the champions had lost by a five-goal margin.