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United States 2, Canada 0: U.S. Beats Canada as Focus Turns to 2019

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

The United States claimed the Concacaf women’s soccer championship, but both teams had already booked their places at next summer’s Women’s World Cup.

United States 6, Jamaica 0: United States Qualifies for World Cup With Rout of Jamaica

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

The defending champion U.S. had no trouble qualifying for a berth in next summer’s Women’s World Cup, reaching the final of the Concacaf qualifying tournament.

As South Korean Athletes Avoid the Draft, Some Ask: Why Not K-Pop Stars?

By CHOE SANG-HUN

For decades, medal winners in the Olympics and other events have been excused from South Korea’s mandatory military service. Some people are asking why.

Roundup: Champions League: Neymar’s Hat Trick Powers P.S.G. in Rout

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Paris St.-Germain thumped Red Star Belgrade, and Barcelona overpowered Tottenham at Wembley.

Roundup: Champions League: Manchester United Shows Up Late, Then Draws

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

United got stuck in traffic and then couldn’t muster much in a scoreless draw against Valencia. Elsewhere, Manchester City won and Real Madrid fell.

Didier Deschamps Doesn’t Care About Style Points

By TARIQ PANJA

A grinding champion as a player has become a grinding champion as a coach leading France’s national soccer team. And he has no plans to change what’s working.

Didier Deschamps Doesn’t Care About Style Points

By TARIQ PANJA

A grinding champion as a player has become a grinding champion as France’s coach. And he has no plans to change what’s working.

Real Madrid Coasts and Ronaldo Protests in Champions League

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Cristiano Ronaldo’s Champions League debut with Juventus lasted only 29 minutes, as he was red-carded for apparently pulling an opponent’s hair.

A Throwback Champion for the Modern Champions League

By RORY SMITH and JAMES MONTAGUE

The Champions League has become an annual showcase for Europe’s richest clubs. But the return of Red Star Belgrade this year is a reminder of what‘s been lost.

Late Goals Save Liverpool and Sink Tottenham in Champions League

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Lionel Messi scored three goals for Barcelona and Christian Pulisic had the winner for Dortmund as the Champions League group stage opened with eight games.

Pussy Riot Activist May Have Been Poisoned, German Doctors Say

By CHRISTOPHER F. SCHUETZE and MELISSA EDDY

Pyotr Verzilov suddenly lost his sight, speech and mobility after spending time at a Moscow court. He is being treated in a Berlin hospital.

A Throwback Champion for the Modern Champions League

By RORY SMITH and JAMES MONTAGUE

The Champions League has become an annual showcase for Europe’s richest clubs. But the return of Red Star Belgrade this year is a reminder of what‘s been lost.

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