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Wondolowski delivers for Quakes in Toronto

Chris Wondolowski found the net twice, as the San Jose Earthquakes came back from a goal down to secure a 2-1 victory over Toronto.

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Laryea gives Toronto the lead

Major League Soccer: Richie Laryea (28') Toronto FC 1-0 San Jose Earthquakes

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Rooney survives rash challenge to level late for D.C. United

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Fernandez scores 2 as Timbers down Union

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Revs' Turner sent off for taking out Rooney

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Red Bulls leave it late in 2-0 win over Cincinnati

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Vela leads charge as LAFC cruise past Montreal

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Rapids leave it late in 5 goal thriller vs. Crew

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Minnesota United's good fortune holds off Dynamo

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Late stunner earns Salt Lake win over Atlanta

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Mitrita saves points for NYCFC against Fire

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Transfer Talk: Man City eye Youri Tielemans

Manchester City may beat out Leicester on signing Youri Tielemans, who had a solid season with the Foxes. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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USWNT dominate in final World Cup tune-up

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96-year-old WWII vet performs national anthem on harmonica

World War II veteran Pete DuPré performs the national anthem on his harmonica ahead of the USWNT's match against Mexico.

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Inter secure 4th, Empoli relegated after wild game

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Atalanta book first-ever trip to the Champions League

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Milan win but fall short of Champions League

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Roma settle for Europa League despite victory

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Last-gasp goal wins Charlton Championship promotion

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Sampdoria defeat Ronaldo-less Juve on final day

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Udinese close out season with win over Cagliari

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Genoa and Fiorentina survive at Empoli's expense

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Bayern end German Cup drought with 19th title

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Genoa and Fiorentina survive at Empoli's expense

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Torino put on a show vs. Lazio in season finale

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Udinese close out season with win over Cagliari

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Celtic clinch treble treble with Scottish Cup win

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Liga MX final: Tigres look to cement their legacy; Leon eye storybook ending

The Clausura final is nicely poised at 1-0 after leg one. Will Tigres win a fourth title in four years, or can Leon cap their near-perfect season?

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It seems like almost everyone in Leon is wearing green today. The city is buzzing a few hours out from the Liga MX Clausura final second leg against Tigres. Cars are driving up and down the street outside the stadium, horns are being honked and people are flying Leon flags from outside of the windows. Leon is the underdog after losing the first leg 1-0 to powerhouse Tigres, but you won't find many around here who don't believe the comeback is possible.

Tom Marshall, Mexico correspondent15h ago

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