Philadelphia Union’s winless streak continues after they failed to put a shot on goal all day despite going up a man late in the game. (Updated with quotes from Union.)
Philadelphia couldn’t capitalize upon a Red Bulls red card and once again left Red Bull Arena without a win.
Maurice Edu rescued a point after the Union again conceded after the 80th minute.
It was only the fourth match but, for the second time in the young 2014 season, the Union squandered two points as Marco Di Vaio stole a road point for the visiting Impact.
Leo Fernandes’ second half goal, his first in MLS, would not be enough to overcome Bernardo Anor’s two first half goals for the Crew.
Sebastien Le Toux’s goal was all the Union needed as the rode an electric first half performance to their first full points of 2014.
The Union looked to be the better team for much of the game only to concede a stoppage time equalizer in the 2014 season opener.