Another Matchday, Another Draw For The Union

Another matchday, another draw for the Philadelphia Union. Just 13 minutes into the match, a handball by Austin F.C. Alexander Ring inside the box gave the Philadelphia Union a penalty kick. Daniel Gazdag took care of the rest, sending the opposing keeper the wrong way and easily burying the PK, giving his team the 1-0 lead early. Philadelphia continued to dominate as play went on. Philly finished the half with nine shot attempts, 3 of them on goal to go along with four corners and a 1-0 advantage at the break.

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Goals, Goals, Goals!

Austin responded with not one but two early goals to start the second half. They put them up 2-1 after goals from Diego Rubio in the 56th and Jon Gallagher in the 58th minute, but the lead didn’t last long for F.C. The boys in blue responded almost immediately. A cross found its way to Mikael Uhre in front of the net. He didn’t miss his opportunity to level the game at two.

The home team stayed in the driver’s seat for the majority of the second half. They created multiple attempts but came up short of finding the go-ahead goal in the final 45 minutes of the game. Another Matchday, another Draw. Doop now has 3 draws in a row to start the season. They will look to get in the win column on matchday 5 when they head to Portland and take on the Timbers. Who
suffered their first loss of the season today in Houston.

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Union Heading Into Portland With Some Key Players Next Week:

The Union will officially be without Andre Blake, Damion Lowe, Jesus Bueno, Jose Martinez, Daniel Gazdag, Thai Baribo, Jack McGlynn, and Nate Harriel. It will be interesting to see what Head Coach Jim Curtin does with the lineup being down 8 starters for next week’s match. Let’s go DOOP!

Diego Bianchi
Diego Bianchi

My name is Diego Bianchi born and raised in Philadelphia. I’m a sports analyst, writer, and show host covering Philadelphia sports for Edge of Philly Sports. I also am a credentialed media member covering the Philadelphia Union for EOP. My passion for sports started since forever ago. At least, it feels like that. Thanks to my amazing family. I love doing this every day. You can catch me every Monday night on the Sully Squad at 6 PM on Edge of Philly Sports.

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