Union match reports

Match report: D.C. United 2-1 Philadelphia Union

Photo: Mikey Reeves

D.C. United scored their first two goals of the season in a dominant first half, and C.J. Sapong’s third goal of the year was the only response as United earned their first win of 2017 and left the Union searching for their own Saturday night in RFK Stadium.

Jay Simpson returned to the starting 11 for Philadelphia, and Ilsinho replaced Fabian Herbers to the left of Haris Medunjanin and Derrick Jones. Chris Pontius remained on the left in front of the same back five that started the first three matches of the season.

DC United handed a start to Jose Guillermo Ortiz in Patrick Mullins’ stead up top, with Luciano Acosta and Ian Harkes rotating in support with Marcelo shielding behind them. United’s 4-3-3 matched Philadelphia’s triangle midfield with an inverted triangle that allowed them to quickly pressure Haris Medunjanin.

The early moments of the match were marked by compact defending and few notable moves. When Philly patiently switched fields they appeared to control play, but DC probed through Acosta floating in front of the Union defense.

In the eighth minute, Pontius broke into the left channel and knocked the ball wide to Fabinho. The Brazilian’s cross was mishit and surprised Bill Hamid, who pushed it to safety nonetheless.

Four minutes later, Ilsinho drew the breath when he took aim at Hamid’s goal from beyond the halfway line. Though the space was there, the Brazilian’s shot drifted wide.

D.C. took the lead when the Union dug a hole for themselves deep in their own half. Andre Blake tried to swing the ball across to Fabinho but overhit the pass badly. Fabinho leaped to keep the ball in play but only succeeded in knocking it down for Patrick Nyarko. United’s winger cut inside and fed Ortiz, who turned and fired a shot that deflected off Richie Marquez and bounded over Blake.

United doubled their lead from the penalty spot in the 27th minute. Acosta stepped up to lash the ball past Blake — who guessed correctly to his right — and into the corner. The penalty resulted from a tight handball call on Richie Marquez just inside the box. Ortiz turned and lifted the ball in the air, where it deflected off Marquez’s arm. After consulting with his assistant, Ricardo Salazar pointed to the spot.

The Union lost their shape and impetus following the second goal, and the first half played out in an ugly back-and-forth.

A first half collision with Andre Blake forced Marquez from the lineup at the half. Rookie Jack Elliott entered in his stead, with Oguchi Onyewu sliding to the left.

The first 15 minutes of the second frame mirrored the last fifteen of the first. The Union rarely threatened but D.C. was too cautious to generate much response.

Jim Curtin turned to C.J. Sapong in the 59th minute, and the striker sparked the Union to life. In the 67th, Sapong took a shot on the turn after Fabinho cut inside at the top of the box. Four minutes later, he collected his third goal of the season following up a shot from Alejandro Bedoya. Ilsinho broke toward the box down the right channel and played into the feet of Derrick Jones. The ball popped free, but Bedoya was on hand to collect it and lace a shot toward the far corner. Hamid knocked it down, but Sapong was on hand to blast home.

Sapong had a header saved in the 77th and another shot blocked out for a corner in the 79th, but the Union could not break through. United held on for their first win of the season, and the Union return to Chester in the Eastern Conference basement.

The Union play host to Western Conference leading Portland Timbers on Saturday, April 8 at 7pm EST. They will be desperate for a win.

Three points
  1. Sapong changes the game: Jay Simpson was largely invisible till leaving the game. Sapong entered and immediately began checking back to find the ball, which set the Union attack in motion.
  2. Elliott benefits: Rookie Jack Elliott was in the 18, with Ken Tribbett starting on loan for Bethlehem Steel, likely on injury rehabilitation duty. Elliott got a chance and made the most of it, staying largely error-free.
  3. Blake distribution finally hurts: We talk a lot about Andre Blake’s occasionally questionable ball distribution, and it finally made the Union pay. United’s first goal game off a poorly sent and poorly handled pass from Blake to Fabinho, which the left back left for a fatal counterattack.
Lineups

Philadelphia Union
Andre Blake, Fabinho, Richie Marquez (Jack Elliott 46′), Oguchi Onyewu, Keegan Rosenberry, Derrick Jones, Haris Medunjanin, Ilsinho (Fabian Herbers 76′), Alejandro Bedoya, Chris Pontius , Jay Simpson (C.J. Sapong 59′)
Unused Subs: Jake McGuire, Ray Gaddis, Roland Alberg, Warren Creavalle

DC United

Bill Hamid; Nick DeLeon, Steve Birnbaum, Bobby Boswell, Taylor Kemp; Marcelo Sarvas; Luciano Acosta (Jared Jeffrey 89′), Ian Harkes; Lloyd Sam (Sean Franklin 80′), Patrick Nyarko, Jose Guillermo Ortiz (Lamar Neagle 70′)
Unused subs:
 Travis Worra, Julian Buescher, Sebastien Le Toux, Kofi Opare

Scoring summary

DC: Jose Guillermo Ortiz — 18′ (Patrick Nyarko)
DC:  Luciano Acosta — 27′ (penalty)
PHI: CJ Sapong — 71′

Disciplinary summary

PHI:  Ilsinho — 57′ (simulation)
PHI: Derrick Jones— 61′ (dissent)
DC: Marcelo Sarvas — 66′ (Unsporting behavior)

DC United Philadelphia Union
7 Shots 17
3 Shots on Target  9
3 Shots off Target 7
 1 Blocked Shots 1
 1 Corner Kicks 5
 12 Crosses  14
3 Offsides 1
5 Fouls 14
 1 Yellow Cards 2
 0 Red Cards  0
 363 Total Passes  498
73% Passing Accuracy  80%
 42.6% Possession 57.4%
52 Duels Won 52
 50% Duels Won % 50%
 18 Tackles Won 13
 7 Saves 1
 28 Clearances  11

96 Comments

  1. Why do I even get excited to watch this team.

  2. Yea I got nothing.

    • Atomic Spartan says:

      Hypotheses:
      They came out flat because Curtin did not get them ready to play
      .
      Simpson still recovering from injury was mostly invisible
      .
      CJ is better as a sub because he does not have to pace himself
      .
      When under extreme pressure late in games, this team is bereft of ideas because it lacks a creative playmaker, which may also explain why they come out so flat in the beginning as well

      • Came out flat? They were absolutely dominant the first 11 minutes. If you want to complain that DC made an adjustment and that we did not, ok. But to say they came out of the locker room flat to start the game is just not true.

  3. Is not a good team not a strong enough understatement

    • A bit unlucky though. Better possession. Better shots. Better shots on goal.

      • Ok, Mcb,
        I HATE when my son’s team has more shots on goal, dominates possession and still loses because inevitably some team parent makes excuses for why they lost–whether it is ref or wind or “bad luck”.
        “Unlucky” doesn’t cut it–that is Loser’s Limp. Don’t make excuses. No matter the stats, the most important is score, and they failed to win–pure and simple.
        However, I do have faith that Union can adjust and yes, better shots on goal, etc., are a sign one shouldn’t panic, that there is hope.

        Blake’s acrobatics worked last year to a point–now rest of team needs to gel and they will.
        Stay tuned!

        UnionGoal

  4. el Pachyderm says:

    Well pretty evident the Union won’t be winning a World Cup this year.
    .
    This is not okay. AT ALL.

    • el Pachyderm says:

      Need to answer the bell each of the next three weeks with a marked improvement in aesthetic performance.
      .

  5. Bad luck: Blake shanks, #33 heads it back and the shot deflects off Richie’s boot. The handball is bullshit: right in front of the ref but the second official calls it?!
    9 shots on goal, but Hamid was equal.
    Still why not Fafa for Chris, who was AWOL all match? And enough with the long balls, Jack Elliot, when stoppage time winds down!
    This team plays better than the group that finished 2016. Ilson Jr’s 1st start. Elliot pressed into service. Still gelling.
    And Jones just gets better. But beat Portland or get booed.

    • el Pachyderm says:

      You chalk that game up to luck?
      .
      I can only doff my cap to ya.

      • Not the game, but the first goal.
        I’ll take 9 shots on goal (our of 17!) for this team any game and say they win most of them. Not tonight.

        • Agreed. I’m gutted that they didn’t pick up points but if they continue to play like that they will be ok at the end of the year.

  6. Bedoya is not a #10. Earnie tried building a team around a guy who’s not good enough to be built around and Curtin insists on playing a formation that requires a playmaker when he doesn’t have one. Blah! Oh and the Steel didn’t play that great today either so the hope of building a competitive MLS team around the youngsters may not be the best plan either. Curtin’s preferred subs: Sapong for Simpson, Herbert for Ilsinho, Fafa for Pontius. ALMOST EVERY GAME! That’s not coaching.

    • As per all of last season, the Steel played a game with a lineup that had never practiced together.
      .
      The starting lineup had eight Union loans (one of whom does sometimes practice with them), two academy boys, and one actual Steel player.
      .
      The big change in the game was inserting two Steel players who have worked together somewhat off the bench.
      .
      Same old same old.
      .
      And same sparse number of butts in seats. Tough to sell tickets when the product is likely to not win. Ask the Phillies.

  7. For once I agree with El Pachy. That loss wasn’t bad luck. That loss was by a bad team. And Ilsinho might be the worst of them. I’m tired of his fancy moves which accomplish nothing but turnovers.

    • Union won every stat – most by a lot – but the one that counts. Granted United parks it up 2-0, but, yes, first goal was three combined misses and second was a really close call for a PK.
      No doubt we suffer from the lack of a true #10, but check out the passing stats.
      7 points in 3 home games is doable and they’re right back in the mix.
      Hey, I never expected a 2017 World Cup.

  8. Although it is a long season, that first half of soccer was horrendous.
    We might be the last team in the league to win a game this season. That’s a tough thing to think about and calls into question for me how much longer I can motivate myself to be invested this season.

    • I know many will call this “fair weather”, but I’ve already switched to Atlanta. Actually, I was on my way there even before pre-season. They just seemed to know what to do to put together a winning organization. I still held out hope, since The U “appeared” to be making some respectable moves over the winter/spring, but I was ready to move on if what we’re seeing happened…and it did. I’m tired of the same old product with the same old song and dance “we learned something tonight” BS!

      p.s. I haven’t posted in a long time, but I still like reading all your guys’ stuff! Always both entertaining and enlightening! Keep it up. It beats the $#|t out of the drivel on the U’s home page!

      • p.s. I have to admit, though, that the first 2 matches looked much better than the usual season starts, so I was hopeful…however…

        • what do you mean people will call it “fair weather”? It’s literally the definition of fair weather. Unless you live in Atlanta and just had no one else to root for before. What is wrong with you? How could a Philly fan support an Atlanta team?

  9. Pragmatist says:

    Should be easy to get good seats for the games in August…

  10. I’m coming around to thinking the problem is Curtin. This roster is MLS caliber. These players aren’t that bad compared to the teams they’re facing. He’s simply not getting the most out of them at all. They aren’t organized, they don’t respond well to the other team’s gameplan…. Every team knows his subs. You can set your watch to them. I don’t know whose idea it is to play Bedoya at the 10 but it doesn’t work at all. If he doesn’t get a minimum of 6 points out of the next three home games, he should be fired.

  11. Union are off to shaky start–2 draws, 2 wins. Still 30 games to go and many of the players have only been with the team a few months. They’ll adjust and be back in the running and playing the type of ball that will get a stamp of approval from El Pachy.
    Gotta have faith–the Draper will lead us to the Promise Land!
    UnionGoal

    PS. Thanks to Matt Custer for the UnionBible!
    PSS. Custer—name rings a bell for some reason…

  12. >>Stats only tell one part of a story
    >>>

    Totally agree with you, El Pachy, because only one stat matters–the points the Union EARNED for the game which are ZERO!
    Yes, this start may come back to haunt them.
    However, counterpoint–the stats show the team is improving. Better to lose with high possession and shots on goal than to lose with low possession and few shots on goal like last year.
    Law of averages–they’ll pull through–don’t count them out, yet.
    Have faith in the ginger-haired Draper and the Union players. They will play almost to a level you enjoy, and they will get far in playoffs if not grab an MLS Cup! (World Cup seems to belong to a German playing for Chicago Fire, though, and if he gets it, learn from Kraft–don’t let Putin touch it!!!!).

    UnionGoal

  13. Hmmm…did a search on Jim Curtin and found below as top search….
    http://www.bigsoccer.com/threads/the-fire-jim-curtin-thread-merged.2006160/

    Wow that’s old.
    Have faith in the ginger-haired Draper, aka best dressed coach of 2015!
    UnionGoal

  14. All the pieces are in place huh? So funny.
    .
    Yes Bedoya is not a 10. That’s been obvious for awhile. They haven’t replaced Barnetta yet and without someone to create this team win not win games. Pretty simple. Curtin must go. I’ll just keep repeating myself till things change. This team is not good. This team does not have all the pieces. Please stop.

  15. I think this is a game where the stat sheet is actually misleading. The stats look good for us because the Union kicked it into gear in the 60th minute, coincident with Sapong’s entry, and United just parked the bus and decided to weather the storm. The first half was just absolutely freakin’ abysmal. Yes, both goals were unlucky, but we had at least one coming, if not both, as United kept getting behind us, and it was only a matter of time before at least one went in.

    Also, Picault was not on the bench. Was he injured? If not, it was really tragic not to have him around.

    My other observation is that CJ Sapong consistently, repeatedly, time and again, plays far better when he’s fighting for his job. Hand him the keys and he loses his edge. Put somebody in front of him and he turns into a demon. He put in one heck of a 30 minute shift. And that’s one of the few good things I’ll say about this match.

  16. Shadow of Vinny Nogs says:

    Only lowly Philly, RSL, and Montreal without wins as of now.

  17. Adam Schorr says:

    I mean, there were those of us who pointed out that the Union were a terrible team with a terrible coach coming into the season. I’m not sure why anybody would be surprised that they’re playing like a terrible team with a terrible coach. I’ve been beating this drum since literally the day he was promoted, but get Curtin the f*** out of here and get a real manager in. Not next man up. Not another novice. A real, experienced manager. This isn’t 2010 anymore. This isn’t even 2015. The league is getting better by leaps and bounds. We’re already far behind. Let’s try to catch up.

  18. George III says:

    If i hear we are unlucky one more time i will shoot myself. Curtin out.

  19. When out of the gate Atlanta looks to be a Perennial contender and the Union still look like a cobbled together “weekend warrior” side…..the issue is coaching. Poor coaching begets poor performances. Bedoya is not a 10 and for Curtin to continually use the same tactics and substitution schedule further proves he’s out of his depth. I do not expect this team to knock the ball around like 2008 Barcelona, but I’d take a West Brom performance away from home to attritionally take a point in the road, and play more aggressive like Liverpool at home with the high pressures and swift counterattack. Though you’d need an experienced and professional coach to actually mold the talent you have into a cohesive team which can buy in and follow your philosophy. I have said it on here for years….#CurtinOut

  20. christian says:

    #curtinout

  21. Using el P’s “just play well” measuring stick, one moment stood out for me above many other frustrating moments.
    .
    This team has a crazy number of “ball to nowhere” turnovers in comparison to anyone else they play. SO maddening to watch.
    .
    In a game full of sloppy, loose play, my “freeze frame moment” of the night, (I *think* it was minute 32): Fabinho in totally open space and unthreatened; no one in front of him for…15-20 yards?…And his touch is so horrifically awful that he pokes his dribble beyond his own ability to catch up with it for a turnover that is a complete waste of everyone’s energy and effort. It sucks the life out legs.
    .
    If they’re going to play like that, then let’s get 24yr old Wijnaldum on the field NOW and let him make mistakes he can learn from.
    .
    Fabinho has very obviously “learned” all he is every going to. He can make HIS mistakes mopping up the last 15 minutes of 2-0 losses instead of being a leading cause of them.

    • Wijnaldum had plenty of mistakes and turnovers yesterday in USL. I’ll pass. Oh conceded a PK too.

      • Let’s see, two left backs had a bad game yesterday and their teams lost.
        .
        One was 24 and has a lot of potential for growth, and one was…not.
        .
        I’d rather lose with the kid than the guy I see making the same stupid mistakes over and over and over again.

  22. The Little Fish says:

    Okay the first half was rubbish. Total garbage to watch. Just sad and pathetic. To the players credit they came back in the 2nd and showed heart. They played with some guts. The fact remains: DC United sucks so much. We are somewhere beneath them right now. Ugh.

  23. The Little Fish says:

    Ummmmmmmm this is not working Earnie.
    &
    Gotta go with CJ up top next week. Just gotta. And I’m ready for Picault. What do we have to lose?

    • I’m convinced Pontius is killing this team. I don’t know if he lost confidence after his call up to the national team or what. Over and over again last night, Fabi would bring the ball up, then Pontius drifts inside for a moment, followed by dropping back behind Fabi. Fabi is then left looking for someone to pass too or play one-two’s with but there’s no one there, so recycle. Any momentum they had going forward was thus killed and the Union were stuck trying to find a way through a bunker of 8-9 players. I’m all for Fafa or someone else. Pontius needs to sit. And for all the guff Herbers gets, at least when he came in he actually went at people instead of dropping off or back.

      • I think Pontius was no more cuplable than Fabinho, Rosenberrry, Bedoya or Medunjanin for some really crap play. Medunjanin got going in the last 20 or so, but so many poor passes and bad decisions. Though they weren’t really any more mistake prone than DC. They just failed to make DC pay for their errors.

      • Zizouisgod says:

        I think that the problem with Pontius is he has the drop so deep into the middle in order to help build the attack that he can’t get forward enough into the positions where he can trouble a defense. Think about how many times this season we’ve seen him pick up the ball about 30-40 yds from goal and then run with the ball at his feet for 20 yards. That’s just not his game, but he’s trying to help the central midfield advance the ball forward. Ideally, we want him 10-15 yds closer to goal when he gets that ball so he can take 2-3 touches and can either shoot or play another player in.

        I think that this is a byproduct of Bedoya not being comfortable as a 10 and continually shading out to the right side of the attack where his natural position is.

  24. If the first with is Montreal, we who began the season optimistically will conclusively be proved wrong. Then what (realistically)?

  25. TimetoClosetheCurtin says:

    Questions I don’t have answers for…

    What is the identity/style of this team?

    What do the Union do well offensively?

    How does Fabinho still see the field after yet again another horrid performance?

    Will Jim Curtin ever make tactical changes at the half that will alter the outcome of the game for a W?

    Is the previous question even a possiblility given the current roster or is it hopeless whoever Curtin plays? Maybe, see next question….

    Leadership/Motivation/Attitude- Where is it? Either off the field or on it? I don’t see any at all from anyone, anywhere, within the organization…….There is no sense of urgency, chip on the shoulder, Philly pride that this team sure could use a MAJOR dose of… Representing the “Toughest” city in the US this team has the backbone of a nightcrawler.

    • 1)Inept
      .
      2)recycle the play
      .
      3)No one to replace him if Wijnaldum is playing that bad at BSFC
      .
      4) Even the sun shines on a dog’s ass every once in a while.
      .
      5)see above
      .
      6)When the team’s Captain throws a temper tantrum after D.J. just lumps the ball forward clearing the zone, leadership is in short supply.

  26. Great One says:

    Regardless of who is to blame, there’s gotta be some kind of shakeup. Pontius has been non existent this year, give Fafa a shot.
    .
    How bad does the record have to be for Curtin to go?

  27. That was some of the worst soccer I’ve ever watched. There was one point in the second half where the union put together 6 or more consecutive passes. That was the only part of the game that was at some kind of professional level. Bedoya should not be playing up front. He is a waste. My observation is that this team is worse than last year, no barnetta, no norgera replacements. Something has to change and it doesn’t have anything to do with luck.

  28. scottymac says:

    D.C. Sat back late just enough I thought we’d snatch an equalizer. The danger with this “fan base” is the projection of hope. You see CJ bang one in on a scramble from three feet and suddenly he’s dangerous and bench Simpson. Just wait for guys to gel, have faith, blah blah, Jim doesn’t have Edu out there, ugh. Is there a meeting place for excuse generation?
    .
    Enough. It’s time for accountability. It’s time to part ways with Jim Curtin. It’s long past time to part with Jay “Empty Pockets” Sugarman.

    • CJ’s is more dangerous than Simpson because he can get behind the defense.
      .
      Simpson may be the better player but his strengths/weaknesses do not fit the players currently being played around him.

      • el Pachyderm says:

        I can count one one hand the number of runs CJ Sapong made behind a defense last year.
        .
        My word half us complained incessantly about his distinct INABILITY to get behind a defense.
        .

  29. The Chopper says:

    I often give Jim Curtin the benefit of the doubt, but to play that first half with two weeks of prep time is beyond inexcusable. No excuse for that. How can you be that unprepared to go?

  30. Play the Philadelphia Union. It’s good for what ails you! It’ the same thing with this team. They have the slowest attack in MLS. If Curtin can’t put a fire under this team then it’s time to move on. The one thing this team needs to do is play to Simpson’s feet. At this point you are just paying him to run around. All off season we’ve heard about how fast and dynamic FaFa is. Pontius is giving us nothing let him sit next game. The Union counter is the slowest moving thing in MLS. By the time this team got moving to the attack DC United had nearly everyone behind the ball. For crying out loud spend some money on a proven striker. Sapong is adequate for now. Apparently Wijnaldum isnt pushing Fabinho because after watching the BSFC he is no threat to take over at LB. Fabinho should be riding the bench after that performance. Even Rosenberry is at odds with himself. If this slow as molasses team takes 45 mins to get into the game against the Timbers next week the team and this coach is going to be in big trouble and the scripted cliches and talking points aren’t going to help!

  31. Pragmatist says:

    This is an angry fan base. I’m not saying it’s unjustified, but I’ve seen this movie before. It doesn’t end well.

  32. 4 games in my fear is realized: Curtin cannot cut it. We have a decent roster… certainly better than a 0-2-2 start. We have 2 points out of a possible 12. Other teams have fired coaches for less. Make a move before it’s May and this season is over… like so many other seasons. Same lineups, same subs, same ONE HALF of football every week. This is a disgrace.
    .
    I can only assume ES built the roster as to give Curtin no excuses. Well… time’s up. If Seattle and RSL can fire coaches we can certainly fire Curtin.
    .
    Curtin Out

  33. Enough of Curtain, enough of 4-2-3-1, enough of Edu updates, enough of the club spinning shitty losses. Turn the friggin’ corner already! And if anyone mentions Seattle coming back from last place last year, they should be banned from making further comments.

    • Just Woke Up says:

      What if I were to comment that Seattle turned their season around only AFTER firing Sigi and signing a legit playmaker?

      • That’s a different story. I’m talking about the club site pushing stories like that out to try to keep supporters at ease, when it is clearly the exception.

  34. Assume a bad homestand. You have 5 minutes with the Sporting Director to give him 2 names for his new manager. Who & why?

    • Bradley if he wants to come back home. And pick up Wayne Rooney while you’re at it. otherwise we’re might get the “Empty Seats” chant thrown at us in our our stadium.

      • Agreed on Bob Bradley. It brings instant credibility. And I’d be fine with Rooney too. I mean… no way in hell either of those things happen but hey… sure… why not

    • I’d have said Mike Peter, but the other worst-starting team in MLS just snagged him. Sigh.

  35. Late comment here, but did anyone catch Gootch’s overlaps from center back? We’d build out and he’d be pushing up beyond Bedoya. I’m not saying this is necessarily a bad thing. But when you’re partnered with a rookie…

  36. Just before the season started, I convinced three of my friends to drive 4 hours round trip with me to see Union vs. Timbers.
    .
    After watching the first half of the Timbers/Revs game tonight, I’m picking Union 1, Portland 4.

    • I see a win coming. Portland won’t start several starters due to the long travel and we’ll come out desperate.
      .
      Games with coast to coast travel generally end up as losses for the away team.
      .
      If we were traveling to Portland though, I’d completely agree. They look good this year.

  37. I think that the lesson that should have been learned is that we should never, ever start Ilsinho, Pontius, and Simpson together. I know the modern game is all about keeping the ball on the ground, but you have to have someone (anyone) who is a threat to make a run past the back 4. CJ and Herbers get a lot of (sometimes deserved) flack for their lack of technical skill, but they also make good runs that open space for their teammates.
    .
    It reminds me of the Klinsmann era in US Soccer. You can’t run a slow forward (or forwards) and flank him with two slow wingers.

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