Messi’s last minute winner gives Barcelona El Classico win

MADRID- Barcelona kept their title hopes alive today when Lionel Messi scored his 500th goal in the last minute of stoppage time to give his team a huge 3-2 win in Madrid. The absence of Neymar meant Paco Alcacer got the start, and Gareth Bale returned to the Madrid line up. The beginning of the game didn’t have much action, Suarez had a half chance … Continue reading Messi’s last minute winner gives Barcelona El Classico win

Giovinco leads Toronto to first home win of the season

TORONTO- Toronto FC picked up their first home win of the season last night when Sebastian Giovinco’s brace led the Reds’ to a 3-1 win over the Chicago Fire. One change for Toronto saw Marky Delgado replace Armando Cooper to make his first start of the season. Chicago were unchanged from the team which beat New England last weekend. Chicago started the game off dangerously, … Continue reading Giovinco leads Toronto to first home win of the season

Toronto look for their first home win this season against Chicago

TORONTO- Last season’s MLS Cup finalists are yet to win a game at home this season and have one win from their first six games and will be in search of a big win against away strugglers Chicago Fire. Chicago have lost six of their last seven away games in MLS, but have started this season off very well. The Fire are unbeaten at home … Continue reading Toronto look for their first home win this season against Chicago

Columbus end Toronto’s unbeaten run

COLUMBUS- Columbus Crew ended Toronto FC’s five game unbeaten run last night with a 2-1 comeback win over the eastern conference champions. Team news for the sides; Higuain and Afful returned to the starting lineup, while draft pick Hansen made his first MLS start. Will Trapp made his 100th MLS appearance. For Toronto, Raheem Edwards replaced Drew Moor which saw Morrow go to the back … Continue reading Columbus end Toronto’s unbeaten run

League leaders Columbus host Toronto

COLUMBUS- Toronto FC go in search of their second win of the season as they travel to Columbus to take on the conference leaders this Saturday. This is the first of three meetings between the two sides as not only do they battle for the league, they battle for the annual Trillium Cup. Toronto are unbeaten against Columbus since October 2015 when they lost 2-0 … Continue reading League leaders Columbus host Toronto

Deja vu for Barcelona as Dybala leads Juventus to victory

TURIN- Paulo Dybala’s brace leads Juventus to a 3-0 victory over Barcelona in the quarter-finals of the Champions League. It was Barcelona’s first Champions League game since their famous comeback against PSG just a month ago. Juventus defeated Porto in the round of 16. Dani Alves played against his old club for the first time since leaving. Juventus started the game off well with lots … Continue reading Deja vu for Barcelona as Dybala leads Juventus to victory

Atlanta hold Toronto to another home draw

TORONTO- Toronto FC’s unbeaten streak extends to five as the Reds’ were held to a 2-2 draw at home last night against a very dangerous and stubborn Atlanta side. Five changes were made for TFC after last week’s draw against Kansas; Altidore, Cooper, Morrow, Bono, and Mavinga came into the side. Mavinga made his first start for the club. Just two changes for Atlanta coming … Continue reading Atlanta hold Toronto to another home draw