D.C. 0 – Union 1- Visitors at Audi Field secure victory

Jim Curtin's squad earned a valuable away victory and three points against D.C. United on Monday
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D.C. on Monday lost to Philadelphia Union on a home defeat at Audi Field. As things stand, D.C. are in 11th place on the table and has 6 points while Union sit in 3rd with 11 points after 9 matches.

The first half of the game started well for Union, with a goal from Przybyłko just before half-time to see out the first half 0-1. Both teams unable to deliver anything further, the score remained at 1-0 at full time.

For D.C., Julian Gressel, Kamara, Paredes, Pines and Felipe Martins, came on for Flores, Nyeman, Mora, Skundrich and Alfaro. Union brought on Gazdag, Santos and Real, to replace Burke, Martinez and Jamiro Monteiro.

The referee booked Martinez and Blake for Union.

Technical card:
D.C. United: Kempin, Canouse, Alfaro (Felipe Martins, min.79), Hines-Ike, Nyeman (Kamara, min.46), Skundrich (Pines, min.79), Najar, Mora (Paredes, min.61), Arriola, Perez and Flores (Julian Gressel, min.4)
Philadelphia Union: Blake, Elliott, Glesnes, Wagner, Mbaizo, Leon Flach, Martinez (Santos, min.67), Bedoya, Jamiro Monteiro (Real, min.85), Burke (Gazdag, min.67) and Przybyłko
Stadium: Audi Field
Goals: Przybyłko (0-1, min. 45)

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