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News roundup: Union top Charlotte, MLS Week 5 action, Premier League leaders keep winning

Photo: Marjorie Elzey

Philadelphia Union 

The Union earned their fourth straight win with another 2-0 result, this time over Charlotte FC.

What they’re saying in the Queen City.

National coverage of the match.

Video highlights available here.

MLS

What to make of the Week 5 action.

Chicago has built their own undefeated streak.

Javier Hernandez is staring for LA Galaxy so far this year.

LAFC look to stay unbeaten heading into El Trafico.

Seattle are going all in for the CONCACAF Champions League Semifinals.

PRO issued the following statement after the NYCFC/Toronto match.

World

Jesse Marsch and Leeds were held to a draw thanks to a James Ward-Prowse free kick.

While Brentford got a shock win over Chelsea.

Man City got a win to keep their Premier League lead…

…while Liverpool also won to stay right with them.

Bayern Munich grew their Bundesliga lead to 9 points with a win over Freiburg. 

5 Comments

  1. Andy Muenz says:

    One story missed from last week. The record attendance for a women’s game which had been set at the 1999 World Cup final at the Rose Bowl was broken at the Barcelona – Real Madrid Champions League game.
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    https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/soccer/barcelona-vs-real-madrid-sets-attendance-world-record-for-womens-football/ar-AAVFVfh?msclkid=f3b780abb41f11ecaa4870d6768e6f52

  2. pragmatist says:

    I love that the Queen City News is on a first-name basis with our players. I guess their readership knows the MLS rosters inside and out?
    “Kai fired one down the left line from where he was defending to Sergio, who calmly set it to the middle of the box where Julian finished the job.”

    • soccerdad720 says:

      I read that too and laughed….looks like they were simply parroting the post from Union, and didn’t bother to look up the players full names.

    • Deez Nuggs says:

      Can I just say… I really appreciate the quality of writing we have here in Philly Soccer Page. It’s worlds better than 90% of the local articles we see from elsewhere.

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