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Major Link Soccer: Morgan > France

The poster child for Women's Soccer broke a 0-0 stoppage time tie.

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Here's a recap of last night's game from NBC Sports, and another from The Blue Testament for those who enjoy causing themselves extreme mental anguish.

Don't forget that there are many ways to get to games; car, bike, walk, ferry, light rail, streetcar, and the Sounder train.


The Colorado Rapids took the clear and crucial step of trading with the New England Revolution for the rights to Jermaine Jones. Thanks to his suspension in the playoffs last year, Jones is unable to play in MLS for five more matches.

Oba may be gone, but Cascadia still has a Nigerian National Team contributor; Fanendo Adi got named by his federation last week.

Mike Magee's return to Carson was the highlight of LA Galaxy's 4-1 beatdown of DC United, but their biggest offseason move was signing Gyasi Zardes to a long-term stay.

The late-game magic that maybe was expected in Seattle instead spent a March sabbatical in Orlando City, where one team with a lion mascot scored two 94'+ goals against another team with a lion mascot for a 2-2 draw.

SBI has all of the new MLS jerseys in a single gallery, and The Brotherly Game picked out the best and the worst. Two guesses where Columbus' yellow monstrosity ended up...

The weekend's highest-scoring result (NYCFC 4-3 Chicago) jives with David Villa's promise of more wins in 2016.

The iron fist of sanctions have come down on Toronto FC supporters for their part in stadium damage while traveling to Montreal last year. Fans lit flares in the stands, which is generally looked down on as childish and dangerous.


It took every second, but the United States managed a last-minute 1-0 victory over France thanks to a terrific run from Alex Morgan.

Leaked pictures of the new US home jerseys look more like that terrible dress shirt your parents dressed you up in during your awkward teen years.


Luis Suarez bit off a piece of another defender, but this time it was just their pride:

As goal-line technology becomes an inevitability, expect to see more heart-rending decisions like this 2.35cm-away-from-a-goal denial of Harry Kane.

Cristiano Ronaldo is good at soccer.