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Major Link Soccer: Manchester City, PSG win league titles

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Two highly regarded teams made the inevitable true over the weekend.

Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City - Premier League Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images

Seattle

Matt Pentz is back on the Sounders beat for The Athletic, with his first piece focusing on how the Sounders’ Champions League aspirations derailed their early season.

Former Sounders Academy forward Keeton Heggerness couldn’t pass up the opportunity to play for his hometown club.

MLS

Real Salt Lake have partnered with KSL-TV to bring over 90 live RSL, Real Monarchs and Utah Royals matches online across KSL’s mobile app.

Former New England Revolution great Taylor Twellman wants his former club to provide an explanation for Lee Nguyen’s continued on-field absence. This comes as New England drops a 1-0 decision to FC Dallas thanks to Jacori Hayes’ first professional goal.

In one of the biggest clashes of the young MLS season, Atlanta United and New York City FC played to a draw.

D.C. United got in the win column for the first time this season with a 1-0 victory over Columbus Crew, but lost Paul Arriola to a red card in the second half.

New York Red Bulls channeled their CCL frustrations into a win against the Montreal Impact, including Kaku’s debut goal.

Los Angeles FC bounced back with a 2-0 away victory at BC Place, where former Vancouver Whitecap Jordan Harvey was thankful to receive a warm welcome.

Orlando City used their roster depth (and some hapless Philadelphia Union defending) to power them to victory.

As they are seemingly wont to do, the San Jose Earthquakes scored a late equalizer to tie Houston Dynamo 2-2. This came despite San Jose having captain Chris Wondolowski benched for the match, the first time that has happened in 8 years.

The Portland Timbers were able to pull out a wild 3-2 home victory against Minnesota United, complete with some VAR madness.

Zlatan delivered once again for the Galaxy, with his header proving to be the difference in a 1-0 win over Chicago Fire.

Colorado used Shkelzen Gashi and Jack Price’s first goals of the season to beat Toronto FC 2-0 at home.

United States

FC Cincinnati has secured enough City Council votes to pass their deal for a new downtown stadium.

A bid to bring Major League Baseball to Portland is gaining momentum, with supporters of a downtown ballpark meeting with the mayor next week.

Former Sporting Kansas City forward Sonny Saad scored a brace to lead Indy Eleven past Nashville.

The Portland Thorns finally got Tobin Heath back on the gameday roster, but were able to win their home opener 2-1 against the Orlando Pride without her seeing any action.

Sacramento Republic took some of the air out of Las Vegas Lights’ clouds, securing a 1-1 draw on the road and keeping their unbeaten streak alive.

The Utah Royals sold out Rio Tinto for their home opener, which is an impressive achievement regardless of the match ending in a 1-0 loss to the Chicago Red Stars.

The North Carolina Courage hung on through a strong Washington Spirit start for a 4-2 victory.

The International Champions Cup has revealed the list of US host cities for this year’s tournament.

The World

With a little nudge from West Brom, Manchester City secured their inevitable Premier League title, with five matches to spare.

West Ham supporters have been waiting a long time for tonight’s match, which is a huge game for the club.

One very angry badger has literally moved parts of history, forcing popular tunnels and passageways in Scotland's historic Craignethan Castle to close.

Mexico manager Juan Carlos Osorio has built an online training platform for his players to learn and track their nutrition habits as they prep for the World Cup.

Schalke used a gorgeous set piece routine to put the finishing touches on Dortmund: