Postgame wrap with Eli Pearlman-Storch and Matthew De George. Interviews with Ray Gaddis, Tranquillo Barnetta, Andre Blake, Richie Marquez, and Cristian Maidana. Transcript of Jim Curtin’s postgame press conference. More.
Match reports / Union
Brilliant work from Charlie Davies and Diego Fagundez settled the match as New England won in PPL Park for the second time in 2015.
The Revs have been terrible on the road, but they badly need to take three points on Saturday. Philly will look very different if Jim Curtin selects Vincent Nogueira over Michael Lahoud.
Philadelphia Union conceded possession but not goals, and in doing so they broke a five match winless streak.
Postgame comments from Jim Curtin, Andre Blake — who Curtin says will get the start against New England on Saturday — and Michael Lahoud.
Sebastien Le Toux scored his fourth goal in five league games to give the Union their second road win of the season and spoil the MLS debut of Didier Drogba.
The Union won’t have Maurice Edu, but Vincent Nogueira will be available on Saturday. Figuring out how to fit Nogueira, Barnetta, and Maidana together is key for Jim Curtin in the buildup to the USOC final in September.
Player ratings / Union
The Fire, the Union, Mark Geiger… nobody won on Sunday as the teams at the bottom of the Eastern Conference flashed their potential and their flaws in front of a rightly disappointed PPL Park crowd.