1. Pelé, the Brazilian king of soccer who won a record three World Cups and became one of the most commanding sports figures of the last century, died in São Paulo on Thursday. He was 82.
  2. Croatia players celebrate at the end of the World Cup third-place playoff soccer match after beating Morocco at Khalifa International Stadium in Qatar.
  3. France's Olivier Giroud, left, celebrates with teammate Adrien Rabiot after scoring his side's second goal during the World Cup quarterfinal win over England at the Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, Qatar on Saturday.
  4. Morocco's Bilal El Khannous celebrates at the end of the match after his team defeats Portugal during a World Cup quarterfinal at Al Thumama Stadium in Doha, Qatar.
  5. United States players react after losing the World Cup round of 16 soccer match 3-1 to the Netherlands in Doha, Qatar, on Saturday.
  6. England's Harry Kane, left, fights for the ball against the United States' Tyler Adams during the World Cup Group B soccer match at the Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor , Qatar, on Friday.
  7. Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo, left, celebrates after scoring a goal during the World Cup Group H soccer match against Ghana at the Stadium 974 in Doha, Qatar, on Thursday.
  8. Saudi Arabia players celebrate at the end of the World Cup Group C soccer match against Argentina at the Lusail Stadium in Lusail, Qatar, on Tuesday.
  9. Hector Garcia, 59, of Glendale Heights, Illinois, poses for a photo during an official U.S. Soccer fan party at the FIFA World Club ahead of a Group B soccer match between the United States and Wales. He plans to attend 28 games during the World Cup.
  10. Wales' Gareth Bale celebrates after scoring past goalkeeper Matt Turner of the United States during the World Cup, Group B soccer match in Doha, Qatar, Monday.
  11. Leo Fernandes scored a team-high 19 goals for the Rowdies during the regular season. The 30-year-old also added nine assists.
  12. Phil Breno has started seven games for the Rowdies after CJ Cochran suffered a season-ending injury. He began the year with Forward Madison FC, a USL League One team.
  13. Rowdies midfielder Leo Fernandes, pictured during a game against Orange County earlier this season, scored the winner in the ninth minute of second-half stoppage time against Memphis 901 Sunday in the Eastern Conference semifinals.
  14. Sebastian Guenzatti, pictured during an August match, has scored five goals in the Rowdies' last four games.
  15. Sebastian Guenzatti, pictured converting his first of two goals Saturday night, has scored five goals in the last four matches for the Rowdies.
  16. Neill Collins, center, transitioned from the Rowdies' defense to their head coaching job during the 2018 season.
  17. Leo Fernandes, pictured during an August match, scored his 19th goal of the season Saturday against New York Red Bulls II.
  18. Laurence Wyke is immediately eligible for the Rowdies' final regular-season game Saturday and the postseason beyond.
  19. Leo Fernandes scored his team-leading 17th and 18th goals as the Rowdies won their third consecutive match.
  20. Rowdies defender Laurence Wyke was suspended 12 games by the USL Championship on Monday.
  21. Laurence Wyke, pictured during a 2021 match, was suspended for 12 games by the USL Championship on Monday. The team said in a statement that it will appeal.
  22. Sebastian Guenzatti, pictured after his second goal, broke the Rowdies’ all-time scoring record with his 61st goal earlier in Saturday’s match. Courtesy of Tampa Bay Rowdies
  23. Duke Energy trucks are staged in the parking lot at Tropicana Field in preparation for Hurricane Ian last week. Now the Trop will be a collection site for relief efforts.
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