[SUMMER OF SOCCER] Michael Bradley returned home and made his U.S. debut for Roma in its 4-0 win over Zaglebie Lubin of
Poland in the first soccer match at Chicago's Wrigley Field since 1984.
Bradley, who made a name for himself as a youth player in the Chicago area, had an assist on the third Roma goal
scored by Erik Lamela.
The game drew 22,181 fans.
Two other visiting Chicagoans played for Aston Villa Saturday in its 1-0 win over the Chicago Fire before
an announced crowd of 16,388 at Toyota Park.
Defender Eric Lichaj started for Aston Villa, while goalie Brad
Guzan played the final 21 minutes.
A pro-Chelsea crowd of 38,202 turned out for the first soccer game at the new Yankee Stadium and watched the Champions League winner tie Paris
St. Germain, 1-1.
Argentine Javier Pastore put PSG ahead in the 30th minute, while Brazilian teenager Lucas
Paizon equalized for Chelsea in the 83rd minute.
PSG played without newly acquired stars Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva.
New signing Quincy Amarikwa gave Toronto a 1-0 lead in the 58th minute, but Adam
Morgan equalized 11 minutes later to earn Liverpool a 1-1 tie at Rogers Centre.
The game, which drew 33,087 fans, was new manager Brendan
Rogers' first game in charge of Liverpool.