Philadelphia Union’s 1-0 win over New York on Thursday, was hard fought at Subaru Park. At the moment, both teams are on 31 points and sit in 4th and 2nd places respectively after 26 matches.
Following a goalless first half, Union applied pressure in the second and were rewarded, with Bedoya giving Union the lead, 67 minutes in. They managed to see the game out with a clean sheet and a final score of 1-0.
For Union, Burke, Jamiro Monteiro, Sullivan, Findlay and Ilsinho, came on for Przybyłko, Gazdag, Santos, Powell and Bedoya. NYC brought on Andrade, Thórarinsson, Andres Jasson, Talles Magno and Parks, to replace Amundsen, Rodríguez, Sands, Medina and Castellanos.
There were bookings for Elliott from Union, and Medina and Sands, for NYC.
|Philadelphia Union:||Blake, Wagner, Glesnes, Elliott, Powell (Findlay, min.89), José Martinez, Gazdag (Jamiro Monteiro, min.63), Leon Flach, Bedoya (Ilsinho, min.89), Przybyłko (Burke, min.63) and Santos (Sullivan, min.86)|
|New York:||Johnson, Callens, Chanot, Amundsen (Andrade, min.68), Tinnerholm, Ismael Tajouri, Sands (Andres Jasson, min.77), Acevedo, Medina (Talles Magno, min.77), Rodríguez (Thórarinsson, min.68) and Castellanos (Parks, min.77)|
|Goals:||Bedoya (1-0, min. 67)|