John Hackworth, Jack McInerney, Antoine Hoppenot, and Brian Carroll on the 1-1 draw in DC.
Jack McInerny ended his goal drought to rescue a point for the Union with a 90th minute header.
Union / Week in Tweets
Toronto recap, Antoine makes bold candy claims, Wheeler talks haircuts, and more. It’s all in The Week in Tweets.
Can Michael Farfan string together a pair of strong performances? Can John Hackworth make a back four out of three players? These answers and more… will not be answered until Saturday.
Opinion / Union
An impossible sprint back to stop a goal and save the game. A inch-perfect free kick to win it. This is why we love soccer: For the spectacular. PSP’s Dan Walsh lays it out.
That the highest paid Union player may have saved the season with one kick is only remarkable if you know the whole story.
Kleberson bailed the Union out in a match in which the forwards were far from clinical in front of goal.
Scoreless and down to ten men for the final 13 minutes of the game, the Union needed a difference maker. In the 95th minute, Kleberson became that man.