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The Impact will still be very pleased with a scoreline that gives them every chance in the return leg.
Javier Hernandez scored in the 88th minute to send Real Madrid past crosstown rival Atletico.
Bayern Munich overcame a two-goal deficit defeat Porto, while Barcelona eased past Paris Saint-Germain.
Marc Narducci: It's time for Andre Blake to be the regular goalkeeper for the Union.
The Union led 1-0 at the half, but New England scored two unanswered goals to get the victory.
Allowing players to roam freely near the goal, the Union squandered a 1-0 halftime lead in a 2-1 loss.
FIFA's president says those against Russia hosting the 2018 World Cup should "stay at home" during it.
Here's a look back at the weekend's action around Major League Soccer.
For how long will Liverpool trust Brendan Rodgers with the job that made titans of Bill Shankly and Bob Paisley?
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