THIS DAY IN SOCCER HISTORY APRIL 4

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THIS DAY IN SOCCER HISTORY 
 


April 4,
1914-Bethlehem Steel advances to the final of the American Cup with a 2-1 win over A.C. Jersey in the replay of their semifinal game.

1925-Archie Stark scores three goals to lead Bethlehem Steel to a 5-0 win over the New York Giants in an American Soccer League game.

1973-The United States National Team plays to a 1-1 draw with Massese in a friendly in Massa Carrara, Italy.

1976-The New York Cosmos and Los Angeles Aztecs play to a 0-0 draw in front of 15,297 at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Ariz.

1982- Steve Zungul has five goals and three assists in the New York Arrows 12-3 romp over the New Jersey Rockets. 

1992-Domenic Mobilio scores two goals as the Baltimore Blast earn the fourth and final MSL playoff berth with a 7-2 win over the Tacoma Stars.

1992-Eric Wynalda and Hugo Perez each score two goals as the U.S. blanks China 5-0 at Stanford Stadium.

2000- Sipho Sibiya scores the game-winner on a shootout  with 6/10ths of a second to play in the Edmonton Drillers' 26-25 win against the Kansas City Attack in a first round NPSL playoff game.

2008- Hewerton scores three goals to lead the Detroit Ignition to a 19-12 win over the Milwaukee Wave at the CompuWare Arena.

2008- Abby Wambach scores two goals and assists on another and Lindsey Tarpley has two assists as the United States rolls past Jamaica 6-0 in a CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying match.

2009- Lindsay Tarpley leads the Chicago Red Stars to a 1-0 win over Saint Louis Athletica in their WPS debut.

2009- Conor Casey scores all three goals to lead the Colorado Rapids to a 3-2 win over the Los Angeles Galaxy at The Home Depot Center.

2015- Shaun Maloney has a goal and an assist, and Harrison Shipp sets up a pair of goals including Jeff Larentowcz's game-winner as the Chicago Fire rally to beat Toronto FC 3-2   at Toyota Park.

2015- Jacksonville Armada FC scores  three first half goals to defeat FC Edmonton in front of a modern-day North American Soccer League record crowd of 16,164 at EverBank Field.

2015- The U.S. Women's National Team cruises to a 4-0 victory against New Zealand in its first match of the year on home soil In front of a record crowd of 35,817 fans packing Busch Stadium.

 

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