Philadelphia crashed out of the U.S. Open Cup, losing to New England Revolution 4-2 on PKs.
Articles written by: Mike Servedio
Chris Pontius scored twice and the Union came from a goal behind to defeat the New York Red Bulls 2-1 in U.S. Open Cup play.
Philadelphia Union scored first then gave up three straight goals to Vancouver Whitecaps, who left Chester with a 3-2 road victory. It was the Union’s first home loss of 2016.
Fabian Herbers scored his first MLS goal as the Union edged Columbus 3-2 on Wednesday night in Chester to remain atop the Eastern Conference.
Brian Carroll’s goal in the 92nd minute rescued a road point for the Union in Colorado.
Keegan Rosenberry scored his first MLS goal as the Union came from behind to rescue a point, drawing LA Galaxy 2-2.
Philadelphia Union went up a man but gave up a late goal as they split the points with San Jose Earthquakes Saturday in Chester, PA.