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4 things we learned from America’s first El Clasico as Barca prevailed 3-2

In the penultimate game of the International Champions Cup in the U.S., world soccer’s greatest rivalry was played for the very first time in America.

MLS Power Rankings: Toronto displaying their superiority, Timbers impress

This weekend’s MLS action proved just how good Toronto FC can be when Giovinco’s firing. Portland also impressed when least expected.

MLS Power Rankings 7/24/17: Toronto favorites heading into playoffs

Toronto FC, although weakened recently due to international fixtures, are still the favorites to win the MLS Cup this year.

Real Madrid are the kings of the summer transfer window

Real Madrid have quietly been doing their business this summer—signing quality youngsters and selling benchwarmers—while building up a ton of cash to spend.

Watford nab a bargain with former Chelsea youngster Chalobah

Chelsea’s Nathaniel Chalobah has moved to Watford on a permanent deal worth £5.5 million. From the get-go, it seems like the Blues will rue this deal.

Bundesliga reveals 2017-18 schedule: Bayern have their work cut-out

While Bayern have a tough four weeks where they face Leipzig and Dortmund in back-to-back games, Bosz and BVB have relatively easy fixtures to handle in the Bundesliga.

UCL Semis: Madrid and Juve stunning; Ronaldo does what Ronaldo does best (break records)

With the first legs of the UCL semis concluded, Bemi takes a look at what we can extract from the performances of Juve and Real. Is the final already decided?

UCL Review: Refereeing controversy, Leicester pride, Marcelo’s status at Madrid, more

In the second leg of the UCL quarters, Mbappé shone through (again) for Monaco, Ronaldo reached 100 for Madrid in a game crowded by refereeing errors, and Leicester bowed out with pride.