Philadelphia Union 1-1 New England Revolution – New England Revolution drop points against Philadelphia Union 1-1 at Subaru Park

Philadelphia Union failed to secure all three points in front of the home crowd against New England Revolution on Thursday
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Dave Conor

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Philadelphia Union were held to 1-1 draw by New England Revolution down on Thursday at Subaru Park. As the table looks today, Philadelphia Union are in 9th place, with 5 points from 6 matches, while New England Revolution sit in 2nd, with 8 points from 6.

After an un-eventful first half, New England Revolution took the initiative in the second half, thanks to Bunbury finding the net, on 85 minutes. In the end though, their lead was short lived, as Przybyłko equalised for Philadelphia Union just before the final whistle. The final result, Philadelphia Union 1, New England Revolution 1.

For Philadelphia Union, Fontana and Burke, came on for Jack Mcglynn and Santos. New England Revolution replaced Bou, Bunbury, Edward Kizza, Polster and Henry Kessler with Buksa, Buchanan, Traustason, Mcnamara and Dejuan Jones.

The referee booked Wagner, Jamiro Monteiro and Przybyłko for Philadelphia Union.

New England Revolution and Philadelphia Union will next play at home to Columbus Crew and New York RB respectively.

Technical card:
Philadelphia Union: Blake, Elliott, Glesnes, Wagner, Mbaizo, Leon Flach, Jack Mcglynn (Fontana, min.59), Bedoya, Jamiro Monteiro, Przybyłko and Santos (Burke, min.59)
New England Revolution: Turner, Jon Bell, Farrell, Dejuan Jones (Henry Kessler, min.90), Bye, Mcnamara (Polster, min.79), Maciel, Carles Gil, Traustason (Edward Kizza, min.79), Buchanan (Bunbury, min.68) and Buksa (Bou, min.68)
Stadium: Subaru Park
Goals: Bunbury (0-1, min. 85) and Przybyłko (1-1, min. 88)

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