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W2W4: Can Toronto beat San Jose without Pozuelo?

Fresh off netting his record 148th MLS goal, San Jose's Chris Wondolowski joins ESPN FC to discuss the milestone and his journey to the top of the scoring charts.

Alejandro Pozuelo-less Toronto FC hosts MLS goal king Chris Wondolowski and San Jose on Sunday, while Eastern Conference leader Philadelphia welcomes in surging Portland on Saturday.

Pozuelo-less TFC welcomes in King Wondo

Alejandro Pozuelo has been a revelation in Toronto this season since arriving from Belgian side Genk with five goals and six assists; but last week's red card means the Spaniard will miss out on Sunday's home contest with the San Jose Earthquakes (7:30 p.m. ET on...

Philadelphia loves its Eagles, Sixers and Phillies. It's time the city embraces the underdog Union, too

CHESTER, Penn. -- It's a good time to be a sports fan in Philadelphia. The city boasts a Super Bowl champion one year removed, an NBA franchise that has made the playoffs consecutive years and a Philadelphia Phillies team favored to make the World Series.

It's a city that is having a rebirth on the field and on the court, and the Philadelphia Union, tied atop Major League Soccer's Eastern Conference, are hoping to give fans from this city more reason to cheer -- beginning on Saturday, when they...

Tim Weah, Ezequiel Barco, Dan-Axel Zagadou: Players to watch at U-20 World Cup

The Under-20 World Cup kicked off this Thursday, and there's no shortage of players who will be hoping to shine on the big stage in Poland. We run through the squads to pick out 10 young stars looking to get noticed: Five are on the United States team or based in MLS, and the rest are from elsewhere.

Players from the U.S. or Major League Soccer

This summer will see MLS sides lose plenty of talent to international duty, especially with the CONCACAF Gold Cup and CONMEBOL Copa America taking place....

MLS Power Rankings: LAFC remain top, but Wondo is the king

We may never see another player like Chris Wondolowski. Not only is Wondolowski a unique blend of talent, perseverance, humility and guile, he followed a path to an all-time goal-scoring record in Major League Soccer that is practically gone in 2019.

- Exclusive: Landon Donovan on what makes Wondo great
- Carlisle: How Wondo broke MLS's all-time record

As teams rush to develop players at younger and younger ages, the possibility of a late bloomer in the Wondolowski mold getting a chance to...

Donovan: 'Remarkable efficiency' led Wondolowski to break MLS goal-scoring record

There is a new goal-scoring king in MLS. Chris Wondolowski's second goal against Chicago on May 18, pouncing on a David Ousted fumble for an easy tap-in, gave him 146 career MLS goals, breaking Landon Donovan's mark of 145.

The juxtaposition of the two players couldn't be more striking. Big things were predicted for Donovan starting in his teenage years, and he went on to excel for both club and country. Wondolowski? In pure soccer terms, he came out of nowhere. He grew up in Danville, California,...

W2W4: Vela chooses LAFC over Mexico; Rooney beats the heat to Texas

LAFC defender Walker Zimmerman joins Herculez Gomez in the Heineken boot room to talk LAFC's early season success and what needs to be done to turn that into a MLS Cup.
New England sporting director and head coach Bruce Arena sits down with ESPN FC to discuss his plans to get the Revolution back to winning ways.

After saying "No, gracias" to Mexico's Gold Cup squad, Carlos Vela faces FC Dallas with LAFC for the second time in four days. Also on Sunday, the struggling LA Galaxy look to get back to winning ways against Colorado. Elsewhere, Wayne Rooney makes his first visit to Texas when D.C. United faces Houston on Saturday.

Carlos stays home

One would be hard-pressed to think of a more mercurial relationship between a national team and player than Mexico and Carlos Vela. The Cancun-born striker has had...