Sunday, June 4, 2017

Hooligan's Daily: Real Madrid dominate Champions League final

UEFA Champions League- Final
Juventus 1-4 Real Madrid
(Mandzukic 27')-(Ronaldo 20', 64', Casemiro 61', Asensio 90')

This was total domination from the best team in the world. Juventus condoned early, but they quickly capitulated to Ronaldo doing what he does and scoring the first of two goals on the night 20 minutes in. Mario Mandzukic scored on a fantastic overhead kick to tie the score shortly after, but that would sum up the Old Lady's good fortune. Real Madrid went off on the second half with another Ronaldo goal, plus additions from Casemiro and Marco Asensio. They cruised to their second Champions League title in a row, the first club to do so, and their third in for years. 

MLS
New York City FC 2-1 Philadelphia Union
(Chanot 80', Callens 85')-(Picault 69')

Sporting Kansas City 3-0 Minnesota United
(Opara 45+2', Medranda 54', Abdul-Salaam 87')

Vancouver Whitecaps 3-1 Atlanta United
(Waston 31', 44', Montero 68')-(Garza 7')

D.C. United 0-0 LA Galaxy

Montreal Impact 1-0 New York Red Bulls
(Dzemaili 67')

New England Revolution 3-0 Toronto FC
(Angoua 17', Fagundez 66', Agudelo 85')

FC Dallas 6-2 Real Salt Lake
(Lamah 8', 22', 31', Urruti 39', Akindele 43', Ferreira 89')-(Holness 70', Beckerman 72')

Colorado Rapids 2-1 Columbus Crew
(Doyle 80', Gordon 86')-(Higuain 61')

NASL
Jacksonville Armada 0-1 Miami FC
(Mares 35')

Puerto Rico FC 3-0 FC Edmonton
(GEntile 25', Ramos 28', Puerto 52')

San Francisco Deltas 2-2 Indy Eleven
(Portilla 85', Sandoval 90+3')-(Palmer 57', Ring 79')

USL
Rochester Rhinos 1-0 FC Cincinnati
(Fewo 65')

Charleston Battery 4-4 Louisville City
(Williams 11', 32', Chang 48', Garbanzo 73')-(Jimenez 45+1', Davis IV 60', Ownby 79', Lasso OG 82')

Pittsburgh Riverhounds 1-2 Orlando City B
(Hertzog 30')-(Barry 42', Ellis-Hayden 53')

Richmond Kickers 0-1 New York Red Bulls II
(Allen 38')

Colorado Springs Switchbacks 1-0 OKC Energy
(Argueta 90+3')

Orange County SC 0-1 Real Monarchs
(Hoffman 1')

San Antonio FC 0-0 Swope Park Rangers

Seattle Sounders 2 3-0 LA Galaxy II
(Parra 61', 74', Saari 69')

Sacramento Republic 0-0 Rio Grande Valley

North American League Tables

Headlines
The USMNT has confirmed their 40 man preliminary Gold Cup roster. It'e or less the usual suspects that have been with the team since Bruce Arena took over the squad. There are a couple new names, though. Jesse Gonzalez, who is also eligible to play for Mexico, is getting a call, as is Joe Bendik, Tommy McNamara, Joe Corona, Paul Arriola, Cristian Roldan, and Kenny Saief are also rare national team sights. Here's the full roster:

Goalkeepers: Joe Bendik, Jesse Gonzalez, Brad Guzan, Bill Hamid, Tim Howard, Sean Johnson

Defenders: Matt Besley, Steve Birnbaum, Greg Garza, Omar Gonzalez, Matt Hedges, Eric Lichaj, Matt Miazga, Justin Morrow, Matt Polster, Jonathan Spector, Jorge Villafana, Graham Zusi

Midfielders: Paul Arriola, Alejandro Bedoya, Michael Bradley, Joe Corona, Dax McCarthy, Tommy McNamara, Darlington Nagbe, Kellyn Acosta, Chris Pontius, Christian Pulisic, Cristian Roldan, Kelyn Rowe, Kenny Saief, Wil Trapp, Gyasi Zardes

Forwards: Juan Agudelo, Jozy Altidore, Clint Dempsey, Dom Dwyer, Jordan Morris, CJ Sapong, Chris Wondolowski

The USA's run at the Gold Cup begins July 8 agaisnt Panama.

Today's Matches
MLS
Orlando City v. Chicago Fire- 7:30pm- FS1
Seattle Sounders v. Houston Dynamo- 10pm

NASL
North Carolina FC v. New York Cosmos- 4pm- ESPN3

USL
Bethlehem Steel v. Ottawa Fury- 5pm- YouTube
Portland Timbers 2 v. Vancouver Whitecaps 2- 5pm- YouTube
Charlotte Independence v. Tampa Bay Rowdies- 7pm- YouTube

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