THIS DAY IN SOCCER HISTORY SEPTEMBER 19

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THIS DAY IN SOCCER HISTORY  

September 19:

1911-Corinthians close out their American tour with a 19-0 rout of a select team from Philadelphia.

1926- Fall River S.C. hands Sparta A.C. of Prague the first loss of their U.S. tour, 3-2.

1937-The United States falls to Mexico 7-3 in Mexico City.

1937-FC Barcelona wins their third straight game in the United States, defeating a American Soccer League selection 2-0 at Commercial Oval in Brooklyn.

1965-Willie Roy's second goal of the game helps lift the Chicago National Soccer League All Stars to a 3-3 tie with Hapoel of Israel at Soldier Field.

 1971-Mike Renshaw and Bobby Moffat score to give the Dallas Tornado a 2-0 win over the Atlanta Chiefs in the deciding game of the NASL Championship series at Atlanta Stadium.

1971-Two goals and an assist by Carlos Metidieri lead the Rochester Lancers to a 4-1 win over Pembroke of Bermuda in a CONCACAF Champions Cup match at Aquinas Stadium.

1971-The United States Olympic Team advances in the American Zone playoffs, with a win over El Salvador in Kinston, Jamaica. After a 1-1 draw, the U.S. wins 5-4 on penalty kicks.

1978-Giorgio Chinaglia scores the only goal as the New York Cosmos lose to VfB Stuttgart 6-1.

2000-Danny Califf, Chris Albright and Landon Donovan score as the U.S. Men advance to the Sydney Olympic Quarterfinals with a 3-1 win over Kuwait at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

2000-Maurico Wright scores in the 85th minute to give the New England Revolution a 2-1 win over the Chicago Fire in the second game of their 3 game MLS playoff series at Foxboro Stadium.

2009- David Beckham scores a goal, narrowly misses another and sets up a tally by Edson Buddle to lead the Los Angeles Galaxy to a 2-0 win over FC Dallas.

2010- Kei Kamara has a goal and an assist as the Kansas City Wizards blank  Chivas USA 2-0 at the Home Depot Center.

2012- Alex Morgan leads the way with two goals and two assists as the U.S. Women's National Team says farewell to departing coach Pia Sundhage with a 6-2 win over Australia in front of a sellout crowd of 18,589 at Dicks Sporting Goods Park.

2012- Danny Mwanga staked the Portland Timbers to a two-goal lead, but Chris Wondolowski countered with an off-the-bench brace of his own to lift the San Jose Earthquakes into a 2-2 draw at Buck Shaw Stadium.

2014- The Fort Lauderdale Strikers are purchased by Brazilian investors Paulo Cesso, Ricardo Geromel and Rafael Bertani.

2015-Sebastian Giovinco scores two goals and assists on a third to lift Toronto FC over the Colorado Rapids 3-1  at BMO Field.

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