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Orlando City holds off San Jose Earthquakes for fourth win in a row

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Forward Dom Dwyer scored his 100th professional career goal, as Orlando managed to fight off a late comeback from San Jose.

ORLANDO, Fla. -- Chris Mueller had a goal and an assist as Orlando City held on to beat the San Jose Earthquakes 3-2 on Saturday night for its fourth win in a row.

Mueller chested down a long arcing pass from Yoshimar Yotun from beyond midfield, beat a defender and, from the top-right corner of the 6-yard box, shot and scored to open proceedings in the second minute.

Sacha Kljestan added a goal in the 35th and Dominic Dwyer scored in the 69th minute to give Orlando City a 3-0 lead. Mueller ran onto...

 By PA Sport

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Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has said Patrick Vieira is capable of succeeding Arsene Wenger at Arsenal, though the New York City FC boss distanced himself from speculation linking him to the job.

Wenger on Friday announced his intentions to leave the Emirates after 22 years this summer -- just one day after saying Vieira has the "potential" to manage Arsenal one day.

Man City and NYCFC are affiliated through parent company City Football Group, and Guardiola said that after Vieira's success...