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Toronto FC's Sebastian Giovinco pulls out of Italy squad with adductor injury

Relive the top goals from week 25 throughout Major League Soccer, but were any better than Sebastian Giovinco's free-kick against Orlando City?

Toronto FC forward Sebastian Giovinco has pulled out of the Italy squad with an injury, two days after he was recalled by coach Antonio Conte following an absence of almost a year.

Giovinco was substituted early in the second half of Saturday's win against Montreal Impact with an adductor muscle injury but still flew to Italy to join the squad.

The Italian football federation confirmed on Monday that Giovinco had left the training camp at Coverciano, near Florence, "early in the afternoon" as he...

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Jurgen Klinsmann talks about his choices for the US squad ahead of their clash with Brazil next month, as well as explaining his decision to make long-time US goalkeeper Tim Howard his second choice after newcomer Brad Guzan.

Dynamo end skid to halt Whitecaps' surge; Toronto FC equals club record

Houston broke their streak of three straight games without a win courtesy of a 2-0 victory over Vancouver.

Ricardo Clark and Raul Rodriguez scored and the Houston Dynamo prevented the Vancouver Whitecaps from taking first place in the Western Conference with a 2-0 win.

Erick Torres deflected a cross from Shaenon Williams, setting up a sliding goal by Clark from just inside the six-yard box in the 34th minute.

Kendall Watson and Matias Laba were shown red cards, putting Vancouver down to nine men for nearly 30 minutes of action.

Rodriguez capped the scoring in the 87th minute, putting away a corner kick...

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Toronto FC's Sebastian Giovinco injured after call-up to Italy squad

Toronto FC secured a 2-1 win at BMO Field over the Montreal Impact courtesy of goals from Michael Bradley and Jozy Altidore.

Italy recalled Sebastian Giovinco to the national squad on Saturday, though the forward limped off in Toronto FC's game a few hours after Antonio Conte announced his team for upcoming European Champions qualifiers against Bulgaria and Malta.

Giovinco, who has scored 17 goals and set up another 12 since moving to Major League Soccer from Juventus, is one of nine foreign-based players in the 28-man squad.

The 28-year-old has won 21 caps for Italy but hasn't played for his country since a friendly...