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Match recap: Philadelphia Union 0-1 New England Revolution
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Match recap: Philadelphia Union 0-1 New England Revolution

Brilliant work from Charlie Davies and Diego Fagundez settled the match as New England won in PPL Park for the second time in 2015.

Recap: Montreal Impact 0–1 Philadelphia Union
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Recap: Montreal Impact 0–1 Philadelphia Union

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.

Match report: Philadelphia Union 3-3 Chicago Fire
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Match report: Philadelphia Union 3-3 Chicago Fire

Sebastien Le Toux put the Union ahead in the 90th minute, but Chicago equalized in the 92nd as the two worst teams in the Eastern Conference battled to a 3-3 tie at PPL Park Saturday night.

Match report: Philadelphia Union 1-0 Chicago Fire
Match reports / US Open Cup

Match report: Philadelphia Union 1-0 Chicago Fire

Philadelphia Union were stout in defense and rode a second half strike from Sebastien Le Toux to the 2015 US Open Cup final.

Match Report: Orlando City 0–0 Union
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Match Report: Orlando City 0–0 Union

On a hot and sweaty night in the Citrus Bowl, the Philadelphia Union earned a draw with Orlando City SC. In a vacuum, this would normally be a good result, but considering Philly’s place in the table, it can only be considered a disappointment.

Match Report: Philadelphia Union 1-3 New York Red Bulls
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Match Report: Philadelphia Union 1-3 New York Red Bulls

Philadelphia Union fell behind, equalized, but ultimately fell short as the Red Bulls triumphed 3-1 at PPL Park.

Recap: DC United 3–2 Philadelphia Union
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Recap: DC United 3–2 Philadelphia Union

After scoring two goals in the first four minutes, the Union eventually gave up three of their own, falling prey to the boa-constrictor-like grip of DC United.

USOC match report: NY Red Bulls 1-1 (3-4) Union
Match reports / US Open Cup

USOC match report: NY Red Bulls 1-1 (3-4) Union

John McCarthy was the star as Philadelphia Union played with ten men for 80 minutes and still came out on top of New York Red Bulls to book a place in the US Open Cup semifinal. They will play Chicago or Orlando City.