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In Pictures: Union 2-2 FC Dallas

PSP photographer Paul Rudderow was on hand as the Philadelphia Union settled for a 2-2 tie with visiting FC Dallas. Here’s a look at what he saw.
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The Union’s starting XI.

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Michael Farfan holds off former Union Player Andrew Jacobson.

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Amobi Okugo stretches to block a shot from Fabian Castillo.

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Raymond Gaddis battles Castillo for possession.

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Jacobson played hard down the middle.

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Conor Casey helping out on defense.

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Amobi Okugo opens the scoring with a sharp header.

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Just in case you’re not sure what to do.

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The Sons of Ben know what to do.

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Walker Zimmerman with the equalizer.

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Sheanon Williams surveys the field as Kenny Cooper closes in.

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Farfan uses his head to get out of trouble.

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Danny Cruz delivers from the wing.

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Sebastien Le Toux works the other wing.

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Okugo butts heads with Blas Pérez.

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Casey looks to make a little room on Je-Vaughn Watson.

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But he couldn’t finish.

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Casey doesn’t give up and works against Matt Hedges.

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Farfan prepares for the worst from Michel.

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Brian Carroll knocks one up field.

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Schellas Hyndman can’t believe the ejection call.

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Watson takes the walk of shame.

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Jack McInerney dribbles into traffic.

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Jeff Parke was a tower in the back.

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Antoine Hoppenot worked the right wing, the center and…

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…the left wing.

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Zac MacMath with an easy save.

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McInerney cuts back on Zimmerman.

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Raul Fernandez claims with authority and concentration.

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Aaron Wheeler rises for his first MLS goal.

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Le Toux climbs the Wheeler tree.

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And the celebration continues.

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Chris Albright entered late into the mix.

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Now MacMath has it…

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…and now he doesn’t.

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Wheeler almost had his second but it was not to be.

For more photos, check out Paul’s Flickr page and feel free to leave comments.

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