Philly vs. New York Is Always A Classic

The Philadelphia Union 2 set to host the New York Red Bulls 2. The Red Bulls 2 brought tons of offensive pressure in the early going, but the Union is playing great box zone defense. New York would stay on the attack quickly, stretching the field and putting Philly’s defense on their toes. New York would get on a breakaway goal. The Red Bull 2 has some quick legs. It made things difficult for Union 2 on both sides of the ball. However, Philly started to generate turnovers and shoot at the net with the Red Bulls ‘2’ quickness on defense. Philly had difficulty locating the net, ending the first half 1-0.

Flyers Let Early Lead Slip Away, Lose to Capitals

Edward Davis The 3rd Sets The Tone

The Union would get on the scoreboard at the beginning of the second half with an open look from Edward Davis for the goal to tie things up back and forth between both teams in the second half, both franchises playing extremely well on defense, making it hard for opposing offense to come up with some creative both defense taking away each other scoring opportunities. New York and Philly made life a lot easier for their goaltenders. The game would end in a draw.

Philly Wins In An Overtime Thriller

The Union 2 and the Red Bulls 2 would go down to the wire. This game was everything you wanted from a Philly vs. New York game. Defensive battles, hard physical hits left on the field, and the icing on the cake, this game would go into a shootout where Union 2 didn’t miss one of their shootout goals. Andrew Rick (The Union 2 goalkeeper) made some huge saves that would help this Philly team walk out this game victorious and now sitting at the top of the Eastern conference.

Pat Bernard
Pat Bernard

Pat Bernard has four years of podcasting. His first year with the Pattison Ave Phantics and four years running Devereaux Sports. Now currently, both Devereaux Sports and Edge of Sports. Pat is a  for 6 Philly sports fan.  Flyers, Phillies, Eagles, Sixers, Wings, and Union. The Gobbler is a former pro wrestler and ACPW Hall of Famer! He is originally out of Ambler from Northeast Philly (by the Tacony Bridge).  Pat is a credentialed Philadelphia Wings Beat Reported under Edge of Philly Sports.

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