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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Union face LAFC

Union preview, Saturday action from MLS and more in today’s links

SOCCER: SEP 14 MLS - LAFC at Philadelphia Union Photo by Kyle Ross/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Philadelphia Union News

Union vs LAFC: Preview, projected lineups, and how to watch
It’s time to put last week’s loss behind us and move on to this weekend’s first national TV game for the Union and its a late one. The U will be on the west coast taking on LAFC inside the Banc of California Stadium.

MLS News

Chicago Fire battle Revs to a 1-1 draw in New England
It was a windy, choppy, back and forth, sometimes sloppy, and often entertaining match, and in the end, the Chicago Fire and New England Revolution both escaped with a hard earned point in a 1-1 draw today.

RSL, Red Bulls draw after late Kreilach goal, VAR controversy
Real Salt Lake managed a controversial draw to start their 2020 home stand, finishing 1-1 with New York Red Bulls on the back of a Damir Kreilach header.

FC Dallas claws their way from two goals down to draw the Montreal Impact 2-2
FC Dallas gave up two goals to former striker Maxi Urruti before climbing back in the final ten minutes of the match to tie the Montreal Impact 2-2 on Saturday afternoon.

LA Galaxy post-Zlatan Ibrahimovic? Sebastian Lletget: “There’s definitely a better feel around the place”
While Ibrahimovic had his share of run-ins with opponents — just ask NYCFC goalkeeper Sean Johnson, Real Salt Lake defender Nedum Onuocha and LAFC’s Mohamed El-Munir — Lletget said it was more difficult being on the same team.

U.S. Soccer News

Matt Miazga, Weston McKennie, Josh Sargent score in Europe on Saturday
In Germany and England on Saturday, a trio of young Americans were netting goals.