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Recaps from Friday night, Donald Trump at a D.C. game (but not really), and a mariachi national anthem.

Well that was interesting Friday night, wasn't it? Goals in stoppage time in the last 3 weeks, 2 points. There you go. Please vote when you have some time.

Oh, and for those who didn't see it, this AMAZING rendition of the anthem Friday night:

Recaps of D.C. United's 2-2 draw with the Chicago Fire from us (with more from us here), MLS (with more from them here) and the Washington PostHot Time In Old Town has things from the Fire side of things.

Luciano Acosta: "Jugar en la MLS es algo muy bonito" | Marca.com: Luciano Acosta shares his thoughts on MLS. Done before his stroll through Bridgeview, no doubt.

Donald Trump Impersonator Attends NYCFC vs DC United Match - Hudson River Blue: This wasn't the most eventful thing that happened that night.

Erick Thohir Participates in Tax Amnesty | Economy & Business | Tempo.Co :: Indonesian News Portal: I don't really have a comment to this, I just giggled at it.

Inter Milan 2-1 Juventus: De Boer and Icardi magic - Serpents of Madonnina: Related to Thohir, Inter Milan steals the result late from Juventus as Ivan Perisic converted a Mauro Icardi pass to seal the deal. Inter finds themselves in 6th, at the bottom of a 4-team tiebreak.

Five things we learned from Swansea City's 1-0 defeat to Southampton, as Swans are soundly beaten at St Mary's - Wales Online: In more partner club news, a second half goal from Charlie Austin led Southampton to a win over Swansea City, sending them down to 15th.

LA Galaxy draw Sporting Kansas City 2-2 - LAG Confidential: It wasn't all doom for the Jacks' ownership group, as Landon Donovan showed up and did a thing in MLS.

Field Trip Report: Iceland - Black And Red United: I like reading these travelogues, and will pimp them accordingly, or at least try to remember to. Nevertheless, this was fun.

FORGOTTEN, BUT CERTAINLY NOT GONE  Despite not being drafted, Mendes has forged 15-year career as he is about to play 100th game for Cosmos: Flashing back to what-if for a second, and a current popular New York Cosmos player almost catching on with the Black-and-Red a few years back.

Shanosky finds comfort zone in third tour with Kickers - Richmond Times-Dispatch: Richmond-kickers: Former DCU homegrown player Conor Shanosky talks to the RVA press about returning (close to) home.

Finally, I've shared my love of the second season of Fargo before, and here's a look of the use of split screen that hopefully gives a deeper appreciation of the show:

I hope you have a good day today.