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Christian Pulisic’s Trolling Of Memo Ochoa Was All About Commanding Respect

United States' Christian Pulisic was on target in Friday's 2-0 win over Mexico, but it was the message scrawled on his T-shirt that made headlines as the winger responded to a pre-match jibe from their North American arch rivals with one of his own.

Second-half substitute Pulisic headed home a cross within five minutes of coming on, while Weston McKennie scored another as a young U.S. team moved to the top  of the World Cup qualifying CONCACAF standings.

Christian Pulisic Just Further Cemented Himself As A USMNT Legend With Epic Undershirt Reveal

The USMNT had an iconic 2-0 victory against Mexico Friday night with Christian Pulisic scoring the game’s opening goal. During Captain America’s celebration he revealed a message written on his undershirt that had fans asking: “What did Pulisic’s shirt say?”

Pulisic pulled out one of the most badass undershirt reveals since Mario Balotelli’s “Why always me?” shirt.

Will China Qualify For World Cup? One Player Says Even “Harry Potter Magic” Might Not Save Them

Chinese soccer's problems are so deep-rooted that not even the best coaches in the world could get them to the World Cup without the help of a magic wand, according to former international Wang Xiaolong.

China's hopes of qualifying for the World Cup finals for the first time since 2002 are hanging by a thread after they lost three of their first four matches in the third round of Asian qualifying for Qatar.

Neymar Hints His International Retirement Could Come As Soon As Next Year For Mental Health Reasons

In an interview with DAZN fans learned that the date of a Neymar international retirement could come much sooner than anticipated. Neymar said that he expects the 2022 World Cup in Qatar to be his curtain call with Brazil’s national team. It's not for certain if he will continue to play anymore international soccer after 2022. What is for certain in his mind is that he won't be playing in the 2026 North America World Cup.

“I don’t know if I have the strength of mind to deal with football anymore,” Neymar said.

Daniel Sturridge Arrives In Australia “As A Humble Man” After 18 Months Without A Club

MELBOURNE - Daniel Sturridge will come to Perth Glory as a "humble man" seeking to fit into a team ethos, the former Liverpool and England striker said.

Sturridge has signed a one-year contract with the Western Australian outfit for the coming 2021/22 season, which kicks off on Nov. 20 when Perth face Adelaide United.

The 32-year-old's signing has raised hopes the Glory could win their maiden A-League title after several near-misses but Sturridge said he alone could not deliver the hardware fans have long craved.

Donovan Says McKennie’s Covid Violation In Sept. Was ‘F****** Selfish’ And USMNT Lacks Responsibility

The latest Landon Donovan Weston McKennie comments detail some of the frustrations felt by the former USMNT player watching this new era of the team. In an interview with The Athletic’s Jeff Rueter, Donovan spoke a little more about his take on the USMNT and one of its best players, McKennie.

The Youngest Pro Soccer Player Ever Was 12. He Almost Died Out There

The spectacle of the young phenom taking to the field against players 10 or 20 years their senior is one of football’s more fascinating subplots. As far as physicality will take you in the game, quality will always take you further, giving rise to the mantra that “there are no young and old players, only good and bad.”

Santiago Muñoz Interview: Newcastle Striker Talks Life Abroad And His International Future

By now you’ve probably heard the story. 19-year-old Santiago Muñoz, who was born in El Paso, Texas, and grew up just south of the border in Ciudad Juárez, has joined Newcastle United in a jaw-dropping parallel with the famous 2005 film Goal! The Dream Begins.

I’m Sorry, But Tobin Heath’s New Teammate Jordan Nobbs Calls Wiener Dogs WHAT!?

Arsenal midfielder Jordan Nobbs said a name of a dog breed in a recent Sky Sports video that has sent me through the roof. The video features Nobbs and Rob Holding in a competition to see who can name more things relating to a certain topic.

The video is quite entertaining, and I highly recommend checking it out.

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