The Gophers were predicted to finish sixth in the Big Ten this season, and the squad has to replace most of its goalscoring from last season. Led by five seniors, the Gophers will look to make history by finishing in the top three of the Big Ten for the third consecutive year.
The Loons did themselves no favors on the PR front with a deserved 2-0 loss on Saturday night. Recent DP signing Angelo Rodriguez struggled to connect his passes, and United’s attack looked generally toothless. Meanwhile, Jon Marthaler voiced questions (echoed by many fans) over Christian Ramirez’s sale for ESPN 1500.
Jeff Rueter also conducted an interview with Miguel Ibarra, delving into the winger’s past, present, and future.
— Home Sweet Soccer (@HomeSweetSoccer) August 18, 2018
Atlanta United’s Josef Martinez has tied the single-season scoring record for MLS.
Bobby Warshaw reflects on Wayne Rooney and the rest of MLS
Seattle Sounders rout LA Galaxy 5-0
New York City FC fall 2-0 to Philadelphia Union
Late goal rescues 2-2 draw for New York Red Bulls vs Vancouver
Montreal score in stoppage time to win 2-1 over Chicago
Sporting KC win 3-0 over Portland Timbres
Two stoppage time goals see Real Salt Lake win 2-1 over Houston Dynamo
San Jose and Toronto draw 1-1
FC Dallas wins 2-0 over Minnesota
Atlanta United wins 3-1 over Columbus
Early and late goals see D.C. United 2-0 over New England
LAFC win 2-0 over Colorado