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Top games to watch on July 23-29, 2021

USMNT vs Jamaica, Mexico vs Honduras headline top live games to watch on July 23-29, 2021

July 23, 2021 By Ali M.
Mexico vs Honduras, USMNT vs Jamaica, Costa Rica vs Canada, USWNT vs Australia, and Netherlands WNT vs Brazil WNT comprise our list.

Top games to watch this week

Saturday, July 24

Chile vs Canada (Olympic Soccer – Women)

Sweden vs Australia (Olympic Soccer – Women)

Japan vs Great Britain (Olympic Soccer – Women)

Netherlands vs Brazil (Olympic Soccer – Women)

New Zealand vs USWNT (Olympic Soccer – Women)

Pachuca vs León (Liga MX)

Orlando Pride vs OL Reign (NWSL)

Qatar vs El Salvador (Gold Cup quarterfinals)

Mexico vs Honduras (Gold Cup quarterfinals)

Sunday, July 25

France vs South Africa (Olympic Soccer – Men)

Brazil vs Ivory Coast (Olympic Soccer – Men)

Australia vs Spain (Olympic Soccer – Men)

Japan vs Mexico (Olympic Soccer – Men)

Saudi Arabia vs Germany (Olympic Soccer – Men)

Costa Rica vs Canada (Gold Cup quarterfinals)

USMNT vs Jamaica (Gold Cup quarterfinals)

Monday, July 26

Cruz Azul vs Mazatlán (Liga MX)

Tuesday, July 27

USWNT vs Australia (Olympic Soccer – Women)

New Zealand vs Sweden (Olympic Soccer – Women)

Canada vs Great Britain (Olympic Soccer – Women)

Brazil vs Zambia (Olympic Soccer – Women)

Netherlands vs China (Olympic Soccer – Women)

Omonia Nicosia vs Dinamo Zagreb (UEFA Champions League 2nd qualifying round) 

Wednesday, July 28

Saudi Arabia vs Brazil (Olympic Soccer – Men)

Germany vs Ivory Coast (Olympic Soccer – Men)

Spain vs Argentina (Olympic Soccer – Men)

France vs Japan (Olympic Soccer – Men)

Galatasaray vs PSV (UEFA Champions League 2nd qualifying round) 

Sparta Praha vs Rapid Wien (UEFA Champions League 2nd qualifying round)

What are the must-watch games this week?

Mexico vs Honduras this Saturday at 10 p.m. ET live on Fox Sports, TUDN, Univision, fuboTV, and Sling TV

The Gold Cup 2021 knockout stage kicks off this weekend, with Qatar vs El Salvador getting the quarterfinals underway. However, all eyes will be on Saturday's second fixture: Mexico vs Honduras. El Tri are the defending champions and are thus the favorites to go through to the semis; however, Tata Martino's side must overcome a number of issues if they wish to avoid an early exit. Their biggest worry is their goalscoring form, or lack thereof, as the CONCACAF giants have often struggled to put the ball in the back of the net since losing Hirving Lozano in the opening tie. Fortunately for Hector Herrera and Co, Honduras boast the worst defensive record in the tournament so far. Do not miss this showdown. 

Mexico, Honduras, Gold Cup, Broadcast Listings

Fox Sports continues coverage of Gold Cup quarterfinals with Sunday's Costa Rica vs Canada and USMNT vs Jamaica clashes

The Gold Cup quarterfinals continue through Sunday, with the final day of the upcoming weekend bringing two exciting last-eight showdowns in the form of Costa Rica vs Canada and USMNT vs Jamaica. Les Rouges will be keen on a victory over Los Ticos in their hunt for a first title since 2000. However, given that they were beaten 1-0 by the USMNT in the group stage, the Canucks have a long way to go before they can claim to be one of the big boys.

Speaking of the Stars and Stripes, they will be taking on Jamaica in the knockout stage. While picking up nine points out of nine, Berhalter's side have not wowed the critics so far, with his young roster winning 1-0 in two of their three fixtures. Then there are the injuries to key players Walker Zimmerman, Paul Arriola, and Daryl Dike. Can the U.S. overcome the Reggae Boyz on Sunday? Tune in to Fox Sports, TUDN, Univision, fuboTV, Sling TV, and SiriusXM FC for the answer!

USMNT, Jamaica, Gold Cup, Broadcast Listings

This week in women's football, July 23, July 29, USWNT, New  Zealand, Australia, Netherlands, Brazil, Olympic Soccer - Women, Tokyo 2020

Netherlands WNT vs Brazil WNT on Saturday at 7 a.m. ET on NBC Sports, Telemundo, and Universo

The 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup runners-up take on one of the best national teams in the world, Brazil. Fresh off their record-breaking 10-3 win over Zambia in their opening fixture, the Netherlands will now face a truly tough test, locking horns with Marta and Co. on matchday 2. Given that China and Zambia are the two other competitors in Group F, this showdown will likely decide who tops the table. This game will be broadcast on NBC Olympics as well as UNIVERSO, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, and UNIVERSO NOW.

After an abysmal start to the Women's Olympic Football Tournament, the USWNT will be gearing up for two crucial fixtures from the weekend up until the midweek. Having lost 3-0 to Sweden in their opening fixtures, Alex Morgan and Co. will look to bounce back starting this Saturday with their 7:30 a.m. ET clash with New Zealand live on NBCSN, as well as USA Network and Telemundo. A positive result is crucial as the FIFA Women's World Cup champions will be in for a tough test in their final group-stage fixture, taking on Sam Kerr's Australia on Tuesday at 4 a.m. ET live on USA Network, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, Universo, and streaming television services fuboTV and Sling. Vlatko Andonovski's side will not want to head into that clash needing a miracle to progress.

Biggest stories of the week

Transfer: Manchester United target double swoop for Premier League and Bundesliga stars

Manchester United are reportedly targeting a double swoop for two midfielders from the English Premier League and the German Bundesliga. The Red Devils are said to be advancing in talks to sign Wolves' Ruben Neves and Bayern Munich's Leon Goretzka as manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to bolster his squad.

The Norweigian coach has already secured the services of Borussia Dortmund attacker Jadon Sancho as well as goalkeeper Tom Heaton this summer but is expected to make a few additions as a looks to build a side capable of contesting for trophies in the upcoming season

Is Chelsea looking to already offload big money signing just one year after arrival?

Timo Werner could be on his way out of Chelsea this summer if some accounts are to be believed.

Although the German international only just arrived at Stamford Bridge in a £47.5 million deal from RB Leipzig last season, he has hardly set the pitch alight. In stark contrast to the 2019/2020 season, when he scored 28 goals in 34 Bundesliga appearances, ranking only behind Bayern ace Robert Lewandowski in terms of goal output, the 25-year-old was only able to manage just six goals in 35 Premier League matches for the Blues.

Despite the public backing of manager Thomas Tuchel, reports from his native country, namely Sky Germany, have claimed that Chelsea could use him as a makeweight in a bid to try to bring Dortmund's man of the moment, Erling Haaland to London, with the report claiming that indeed, Werner could be used to defray some of the inflated cost of Haaland's signature.

Whether die Schwarzgelben would go for this deal remains to be seen, however, as Dortmund's execs have vociferously stated that they will not sell their player at any price.

Werner OUT, Haaland IN at Chelsea?

Timo Werner, Erling Haaland, Chelsea, Dortmund, English Premier League, Bundesliga

Women's soccer icon Marta breaks Olympic record as Brazil beat China 5-0 in opening game

As Canarinhas enjoyed an excellent opening game as the South American powerhouse took on China on matchday 1. Pia Sundhage's side registered an impressive 5-0 triumph, with the likes of Marta, Debinha, Andressa, and Beatriz all getting on the scoresheet.

Marta, an icon of women's soccer, regarded by many as the greatest female player to have graced the beautiful game, bagged a brace in Wednesday's triumph. The Orlando Pride attacker broke the deadlock early on in the fixture, finding the back of the net after only nine minutes of play. Come the 74th minute, the 35-year got her second of the game and tripled her nation's lead, with goals from Andressa and Beatriz wrapping up the onslaught.

And with that, the iconic forward made history in the Olympic Games, becoming the first player in history to score in five successive editions of this coveted tournament, a feat that has never been achieved in the men's game as well. That's not all as her two-goal haul saw the Brazilian become the second all-time top scorer in the Women's Olympic Football Tournament, with only countrywoman Cristiane sitting ahead of her.

The legendary attacker wasn't the only Selecao ace to set a record as 43-year-old team-mate Formiga became the first footballer to take part in seven Olympic Games, starting from Atalanta 1996 all the way to Tokyo 2020. Interesting fact: the Sau Paulo midfielder has featured in every single Women's Olympic Football Tournament since soccer was introduced as an Olympic sport!

Marta was lavished with praise by fellow Brazilian and footballing icon Pele

Marta, Pele, Brazil, China, Olympic Soccer - Women, Tokyo 2020

Other key headlines from the world of football

Real Madrid legend admits having conversation with Florentino Pérez about leaked audios

Last week, a series of leaked tapes left Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez in a bad place due to his explicit views on some of the most praised footballers ever to wear the white jersey. Today, one of those players named on those tapes has stepped up to share his views on the controversial audios.

The man in question is none other than Luis Figo, who spoke about this issue after a friendly game between Real Madrid and Barcelona legends. There, the Portuguese icon admitted that he has already spoken to Florentino Pérez about those leaks, but he refused to hold hard feelings against the Spanish executive.

"I think that in any private conversation a man can say certain expressions that can be blown out of proportion. I have had the chance to talk about this with him and he apologized to me, so I'd say that's it on that subject," Figo said.

The former Los Blancos and Blaugrana player failed to reveal the contents of his relationship with Pérez and insisted on how those tapes should not have an effect on his personal bond with some of the footballers included in those conversations, such as Raúl González, Iker Casillas, or his compatriots Cristiano Ronaldo and José Mourinho.

Lionel Messi's Copa America photo breaks Cristiano Ronaldo's Instagram record

Lionel Messi has surpassed Cristiano Ronaldo's Instagram record following his Copa America triumph with Argentina. The celebratory post that the Albiceleste skipper posted on the social media platform after the final has received over 20M likes, becoming the most liked photo on the app.

Lionel Messi finally got his hands on a major international trophy after beating host Brazil in the 2021 Copa America final. A brilliant chip-goal in the first half by Angel Di Maria was enough to cap a remarkable campaign for the 2014 FIFA World Cup finalists at the Maracana in Rio on July 10, ending their 28-year wait to lift the continental trophy. The Barcelona talisman was named the tournament's top scorer and best player, scoring four goals and providing five assists.

As of July 19, the post had gained more than 21 million likes and more than 538,400 comments. Messi's arch-nemesis Cristiano Ronaldo previously held the record for a tribute post to Argentina legend Diego Maradona who passed away in 2020. The Portuguese superstar's post has had close to 19.9 million likes.

UEFA sets venues for next four Champions League tournaments

UEFA has decided to announce the venues for the next four Champions League competitions. So, where will fans have to travel to for the upcoming years? Well, in 2022, the latest iteration of the showcase event will be staged in Russia, specifically in St. Petersburg. Russia were supposed to host this year's final, but COVID-19 threw a spanner in the works, and so as a result, UEFA have bumped it back until next year.

The following year, Istanbul will be the site of the event. As we all know, Turkey were supposed to host this year's event but failed to get their COVID-19 situation under control and ultimately the event was moved to Porto. Then, in 2024, fans will get to visit a very familiar venue: Wembley, as London again will stage a huge event. Finally, in 2025, Germany's famous Allianz Arena will serve as hosts. Munich were initially supposed to host in 2023, but due to all the re-shuffling as a result of COVID-19 that has given that slot to Turkey, Germany will now host the 2025 edition of the UEFA Champions League final.

And the Europa League final? UEFA have decided where those games will be, as well. Next year's installment will be hosted in Seville. The Spanish city also hosted several EURO 2020 games this summer, so is no stranger to showcase events. After that, the final will move to Hungary, followed by a return to Spain, with Bilbao taking care of the 2024 final. And finally, Dublin will take charge of the 2025 match.


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