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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Union draw with Red Bulls

Union earn a point, Columbus wins the Campeones Cup and more in today's links

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Philadelphia Union News

Union earn road point in Harrison as playoff push continues
The Union tie the New York Red Bulls as they continue their late-season fight to stay above the red line.

Columbus Crew defeat Montreal 2-1
The Union’s next game is this Sunday against Columbus Crew, let’s see how their last MLS game went.

MLS News

Wednesday Takeaways: What we learned from Week 28’s action
It only took Josef Martinez 125 games (all comps) to hit triple digits. Nobody’s done it faster in MLS history – Robbie Keane was second quickest to mark in 156 games – and so much of Atlanta United’s success in their first five seasons has come thanks to the voracious appetite of their Venezuelan striker.

Raphael Wicky out as Chicago Fire head coach
Wicky took the fall for a second straight losing season—his Fire were 7-15-6 in 2021, with just one win on the road, on the verge of missing the playoffs yet again.

Columbus wins first Campeones Cup in Crew history 2-0 vs. Cruz Azul
A 2-0 scoreline sees the home team best their Liga MX rivals in Cruz Azul.

U.S. Soccer News

USMNT October World Cup qualifying roster revealed
Christian Pulisic and Gio Reyna, who have both battled injuries of late, are not on the roster, while Weston McKennie returns after being sent home from the team earlier this month due to repeated violations of team protocol. There are a couple of returnees to the group from injury, including Paul Arriola, Tim Weah, and Gyasi Zardes.

Rust Built: Fueled By Fans, Detroit City FC Is Thriving
The match-day atmosphere is raucous and little separates club from community at this third-division side—a rare setup that was constructed, piece by piece, by supporters.

Rest of the World News

UEFA Champions League scores: Barcelona suffer another three-goal defeat; Ronaldo lifts Manchester United
Bayern Munich, Benfica, Manchester United and Juventus were among the winners with the main headlines at Estadio de Luz, where Benfica thumped a sorry Barca side, 3-0, for the La Liga side’s second three-goal Champions League defeat in as many games. Bayern romped to a 5-0 thrashing of Dynamo Kyiv with a Robert Lewandowski brace in the opening half.