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Highlights: FC Dallas 0-0 Seattle Sounders

MLS: FC Dallas stay at top of the table in the Western Conference as they drew with the Seattle Sounders FC.

(01:34) | Mar 29, 2015

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Highlights: Columbus Crew 1-2 NY Red Bulls

MLS: Mike Grella's goal turned out to be the match winner for the New York Red Bulls against the Columbus Crew.

(01:24) | Mar 29, 2015

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Highlights: NYC FC 0-1 Sporting KC

MLS: New York City FC concede their first defeat of the season via Ike Opara header for Sporting Kansas City.

(01:12) | Mar 29, 2015

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Sampaoli: Neymar is a top player

International Football: Chile head coach Jorge Sampaoli says Neymar is a top player, and has given them trouble in the past but they have to focus on all Brazilian players at the same time.

(01:01) | Mar 28, 2015

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Highlights: Montreal 2-2 Orlando

MLS: The Montreal Impact took the early lead through an Ignacio Piatti penalty, however Orlando City came steaming back via a goal and an assist from Kaka to level the scoreline at 2-2.

(02:15) | Mar 28, 2015

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Georgia expect tough challenge against Germany

International Football: Georgian national team prepare for a mighty challenge against the World champions Germany in Tbilisi.

(01:03) | Mar 28, 2015

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Netherlands, Italy snatch late draws

International Football: The latest batch of European Qualifiers saw some wild results, including massive wins for Belgium and Croatia, while Italy and the Netherlands narrowly escaped with draws.

(01:17) | Mar 28, 2015

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Low: Germany will start with Schweinsteiger

International Football: Germany head coach Joachim Low says Bayern Munich midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger will start Sunday's Euro 2016 qualifier against Georgia.

(01:23) | Mar 28, 2015

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Highlights: New England 2-1 San Jose

MLS: A brace from Kelyn Rowe gave New England their first win of the 2015 MLS campaign.

(01:26) | Mar 28, 2015


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