Thanksgiving Week is here and even though the holiday will mean some days off soon, the soccer world will continue to be busy.
The Major League Soccer playoffs are underway, and will continue to roll through the week, with the final two spots in the conference semifinals being decided in the next two days.
The UEFA Champions League returns to action this week, meaning several top Americans will be in action, including Christian Pulisic, who returned from international duty to open his Premier League scoring account for the new year.
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Here is a rundown of all of the action from the past few days to catch you up on everything that went down this past weekend:
NYCFC rides second-half surge to beat Atlanta United (LINK)
Alexander Callens recovers from injury to spark NYCFC win (LINK)
Timbers erase early deficit to roll past Minnesota United (LINK)
Glesnes winner propels Union past Red Bulls (LINK)
Jakob Glesnes continues to be two-way threat for Union (LINK)
Sporting KC cruises past Whitecaps (LINK)
Graham Zusi rolls back the years with star turn in Sporting KC win (LINK)
Weekend Rewind (LINK)
Christian Pulisic scores in Chelsea romp (LINK)
Gianluca Busio’s winning assist helps Venezia earn road win (LINK)
Ian Harkes delivers game-winner for Dundee United (LINK)
Kelley O’Hara winner lifts Spirit past Red Stars to first NWSL title (LINK)
Trinity Rodman caps dream rookie season with NWSL title (LINK)
Tampa Bay Rowdies, Orange County book spots in USL Championship final (LINK)
The SBI Show
Episode 343: Recapping USMNT-Jamaica, MLS playoff preview, and more (LINK)
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