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ASN Morning Read: LAFC Digs In, Pulisic Crashes Out

The last Yank standing in the Champions League will have to take a seat, as Borussia Dortmund fell to Monaco. Also: Will the LA Galaxy turns thing around before a handsome stranger arrives in SoCal?
BY John Godfrey Posted
April 20, 2017
6:30 AM
  • Christian Pulisic and Borussia Dortmund lost to Monaco yesterday, 3-1, and crashed out of the Champions League Quarterfinals yesterday by an aggregate 6-3 score. The U.S. teen came off the bench and played 18 minutes.

  • The LA Galaxy aren't what they used to be, and LAFC is on its way. Will that town be big enough for the two of them?

  • The New England Revolution hosted the San Jose Earthquakes last night at Gillette Stadium, a venue that seats 66,829. The announced attendance: 10,487. Nobody scored. Not sure anybody cared, but we wanted you to have access to the box score—just in case. 
  • Lots of people are doing lots of thinking about how Bruce Arena will line up his team for the June qualifiers. Take a look at some of the Starting XIs and add your own.
  • Girl Power.

  • We're going to swap in a new ASN Poll later today, so this is your last chance to chime in. Also: Jermaine Jones? Really?

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