Arsenal

2nd Premier League | 9-1-4
  • Goals For
    2nd
    33 GF
  • Assists
    3rd
    23 GA
  • Shots
    7th
    137 Shots
  • Saves
    11th
    37 SAV
  • USC wins NCAA women’s soccer national championship
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    USC wins NCAA women’s soccer national championship

    SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) Katie Johnson broke a tie in the 75th minute and Southern California won the NCAA women’s soccer title Sunday, beating top-ranked West Virginia 3-1 at Avaya Stadium on Sunday. The second-seeded Trojans (19-4-2) also won the College Cup in 2007. The Mountaineers (23-2-2) lost for the first time since a 1-0 setback to Georgetown on Sept. 18. West Virginia had a 17-game unbeaten streak snapped, and allowed three goals for the first all season. Johnson, who also had the winning goal in USC’s 1-0 semifinal victory over Georgetown on Friday, was wide open in front of the net when Leah Pruitt took a pass up the left sideline, beat defender Easther Mayi Kith, and delivered a perfect

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    Champions League permutations: Who can reach last 16?

    The final matchday of the UEFA Champions League group stage is here and there are plenty of permutations to wrap our heads around for the matches on Tuesday and Wednesday. As well as that, the team who finishes third automatically qualifies for the UEFA Europa League Round of 32. Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain have already qualified but if PSG win against Ludogorets and Arsenal beat Basel both teams will finish on 14 points.

  • Victims in British sex-abuse scandal unite, call for justice
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    Victims in British sex-abuse scandal unite, call for justice

    MANCHESTER, England (AP) The man whose harrowing testimony of being sexually abused by a youth coach sparked an ongoing crisis in English soccer wants to take the issue to a global level. “I can’t even begin to give you the numbers of people contacting me directly, not just footballers and ex-footballers but members of the public,” Andy Woodward told The Associated Press on Monday. If he’s not too weary by the sheer scale of the scandal he helped to uncover, Woodward will fly to New York on Wednesday to speak to an American broadcaster about his 30-year journey from abused youth player to an inspiration to millions. “I personally know that in America, there are certain things which have potentially happened there,” Woodward said.