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Analysis & player ratings: Union 0-1 Revolution
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Analysis & player ratings: Union 0-1 Revolution

It was more of the same as Philly’s tactical issues were punished by New England’s talented young attack.

Player ratings and analysis: Montreal Impact 0-1 Philadelphia Union
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Player ratings and analysis: Montreal Impact 0-1 Philadelphia Union

Philadelphia Union conceded possession but not goals, and in doing so they broke a five match winless streak.

Player ratings and analysis: Union 3-3 Chicago Fire
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Player ratings and analysis: Union 3-3 Chicago Fire

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.

Player ratings and analysis: Orlando City 0-0 Union
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Player ratings and analysis: Orlando City 0-0 Union

The Union smothered Orlando’s offensive duo but struggled to generate their own chances as they settled for a scoreless draw.

Analysis and player ratings: Union 1-3 Red Bulls
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Analysis and player ratings: Union 1-3 Red Bulls

New York targeted the left channel, and Shaun Wright-Phillips won his mano-y-mano matchup with Ray Gaddis in the second half. Philly heads to Orlando desperately in need of an identity and a win.

Player ratings and analysis: DC United 3-2 Union
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Player ratings and analysis: DC United 3-2 Union

Ben Olsen used Fabinho’s arm injury late in the first half to tinker with his team shape. It paid off almost immediately and the Union never regained a foothold in the match.

Player ratings and analysis: Toronto FC 2-1 Union
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Player ratings and analysis: Toronto FC 2-1 Union

Toronto turned the tables on the Union, shutting down Philly’s playmakers and striking on their best move of the match.

Player ratings and analysis: Union 3-0 Portland Timbers
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Player ratings and analysis: Union 3-0 Portland Timbers

A collection of stellar performances were rightly overshadowed by Andrew Wenger’s first goal of the season as the Union made their dominance count against a flaccid opponent.