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    Quote Originally Posted by TovarishchLisa View Post
    Play in a Canadian Championship semifinal between Toronto and Ottawa Fury was suspended due to Toronto fans setting off flares that set fire to the stands.

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    Re: World Soccer XXVIII: Campeones de NorteAmérica.

    Minnesota United beats LAFC 5-1.

    Ok...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimjamesak View Post
    Minnesota United beats LAFC 5-1.

    Ok...
    MNUFC has been great at home and terrible on the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JF_Gophers View Post
    MNUFC has been great at home and terrible on the road.
    Actually they haven’t until recently...they’re on a 4 game home winning streak. Before that I think they were 5-3-1 at home (the one thing I hate about soccer is never knowing how to list a record or knowing who the home team is in a game bc American convention clashes with soccer). They’re now awesome, time to do better on the road but that’s a challenge for any mls team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shirtless Guy View Post
    Actually they haven’t until recently...they’re on a 4 game home winning streak. Before that I think they were 5-3-1 at home (the one thing I hate about soccer is never knowing how to list a record or knowing who the home team is in a game bc American convention clashes with soccer). They’re now awesome, time to do better on the road but that’s a challenge for any mls team.
    What they are bad at is getting draws. Dont have to win on the road. But get some points.

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    Re: World Soccer XXVIII: Campeones de NorteAmérica.

    It’s kind of sad that this match between Lyon and North Carolina, arguably two of the best women’s teams in the world, is being played in front of no one in Miami.

    Granted, I know it’s women’s soccer but still.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimjamesak View Post
    It’s kind of sad that this match between Lyon and North Carolina, arguably two of the best women’s teams in the world, is being played in front of no one in Miami.

    Granted, I know it’s women’s soccer but still.
    I remember “just women’s soccer” packed the national sports center in Blaine like nothing I had ever seen before the MLS. It was for a women’s World Cup qualifier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dxmnkd316 View Post
    I remember “just women’s soccer” packed the national sports center in Blaine like nothing I had ever seen before the MLS. It was for a women’s World Cup qualifier.
    capacity 10k.... 'packed'??? that's like a ringo starr concert
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    Re: World Soccer XXVIII: Campeones de NorteAmérica.

    Philadelphia punches their ticket to the US Open Cup final with a 3-0 romp of Chicago.

    Houston and LAFC playing in the second semi which is headed to extra time at 3-3 after a last-gasp equalizer from LAFC's Diego Rossi, completing a hat trick
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    Quote Originally Posted by TovarishchLisa View Post
    Philadelphia punches their ticket to the US Open Cup final with a 3-0 romp of Chicago.

    Houston and LAFC playing in the second semi which is headed to extra time at 3-3 after a last-gasp equalizer from LAFC's Diego Rossi, completing a hat trick
    Houston wins on penalties, so they'll host Philadelphia in the final next month
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    Quote Originally Posted by TovarishchLisa View Post
    Houston wins on penalties, so they'll host Philadelphia in the final next month
    Go Philly I guess. Not a big fan of Houston.

    On another note, congrats to Jozy Altidore on his 9 minute performance against NYCFC today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimjamesak View Post
    Go Philly I guess. Not a big fan of Houston.

    On another note, congrats to Jozy Altidore on his 9 minute performance against NYCFC today.
    I'm a Philly fan so I'm mentally prepared for another soul-crushing final loss
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    Re: World Soccer XXVIII: Campeones de NorteAmérica.

    In the Europa League, Zenit St. Petersburg overcomes a 4-0 first leg defeat to Dinamo Minsk with an 8-1 extra-time spanking in the second leg.

    That's not a type - it went to ET with Zenit holding a 4-0 lead on the night, then Minsk scored in the first half of ET, then Zenit scored four goals in the second half of ET including two penalties
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    Quote Originally Posted by TovarishchLisa View Post
    In the Europa League, Zenit St. Petersburg overcomes a 4-0 first leg defeat to Dinamo Minsk with an 8-1 extra-time spanking in the second leg.

    That's not a type - it went to ET with Zenit holding a 4-0 lead on the night, then Minsk scored in the first half of ET, then Zenit scored four goals in the second half of ET including three penalties
    Vlad had a bunch of rubles on Zenit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joecct View Post
    Vlad had a bunch of rubles on Zenit.
    I know this is a sports thread and not politics thread, but Lukashenko is basically if Putin was in charge of a much less powerful nation
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    Re: World Soccer XXVIII: Campeones de NorteAmérica.

    Also, the referee was Sébastien Delferière from Belgium, a FIFA referee since 2010. I understand the intention of humor but I really hate accusations like that.

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    Re: World Soccer XXVIII: Campeones de NorteAmérica.

    Sounders beat LAG 5-0. They easily could've won 8-0 just from the final ten minutes I saw, but blew a few wide open chances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartanforlife4 View Post
    Sounders beat LAG 5-0. They easily could've won 8-0 just from the final ten minutes I saw, but blew a few wide open chances.
    8-0 is about right. Marshall rang one off the post near halftime.

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    Re: World Soccer XXVIII: Campeones de NorteAmérica.

    Josef Martinez scores his 28th goal of the season and sets a new MLS record. It’s only the 26th game of the season.

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