Monday, March 30, 2015

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If the only MLS action you watched this weekend was the Union's loss to the Fire, you missed some drama.
Union goalkeeper Rais Mbolhi was a World Cup standout last summer, but he didn't feel like one.
The pattern is familiar: the U.S. does well in the first half and fades as the final whistle approaches.
Minnesota United will play at a soccer-specific stadium in downtown Minneapolis.
Jesse Marsch's home debut after a tumultuous offseason was an impressive 2-0 victory.
Luis Suarez inspired La Liga leaders Barcelona to a 2-1 home triumph over Real Madrid.
A hot Dallas team extended its season-opening winning streak to three with a 2-0 win over the Union.
Originally set for 7 p.m. Friday, it will now be at 4 p.m. Saturday because of the snowstorm hitting the region.
The contest will be broadcast only on Univision Deportes, with both English and Spanish audio.
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