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Christian Pulisic exits with quad injury after scoring goal vs. Chile

International Friendly: Christian Pulisic (35') United States 1-1 Chile
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Christian Pulisic exited the United States' friendly match against Chile on Tuesday with a right quadriceps injury.

The 20-year-old left the match at BBVA Compass Stadium in the 36th minute and walked slowly to the bench, where he had his upper leg wrapped in ice.

Sebastian Lletget came in for Pulisic. The substitution was made out of precaution, according to the team. 

Pulisic had scored his 10th international goal earlier in the half, becoming the youngest American to reach that mark. ...

Way-too-early look at next season: Real Madrid land Mbappe, Sancho to Man United?

The 2018-19 season isn't over yet, but with the international break upon us, we thought it would be a good time to look ahead to next season.

Here, our writers and correspondents give their predictions for what will happen over the summer and how Europe's biggest teams will line up for their first game.

Premier League

MAN CITY -- Jonathan Smith

Who will be signed?

The spectre of a potential transfer ban is hanging over Manchester City. It's possible that they may be busy in this summer's...

Germany aren't used to being losers. Can Joachim Low turn them around before it's too late?

Joachim Low, center, is running out of time to turn the tide of opinions back in his favor.

The Netherlands host Germany in the stand-out tie of this week's Euro 2020 qualifiers on Sunday (3:45 p.m. ET, ESPN+) and for the visitors' manager,  Joachim Low, there is so much more than the three points at stake in Amsterdam. The 59-year-old has to pull off no less than the most difficult -- some say impossible -- balancing act in international football right now: Low needs to convince an increasingly doubtful public back home that meaningful change and successful reinvention is possible...