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Jun 292014
Major League Soccer

The Philadelphia Union returned to regular season MLS games yesterday after a short World Cup break. The team traveled to New England and took on the Revolution,  beating them 3-1. This was the first MLS regular season match for interim coach Jim Curtain. Sebastian Le Toux opened up the scoring for the Union in the 42nd minute and the team never looked backed. After the half, Danny Cruz scored a superb goal with an assist from Michael Lahoud. The Revolution got one back in the 73rd minute with a goal from Saer Sene but the Union offense countered one last time with another goal by Sebastian Le Toux in the 78th minute. The boys in blue earned their fourth win of the season. The Union are headed to Dallas this week for a fourth of July showdown versus FC Dallas. Union interim coach Jim Curtin will have his eyes set on his second regular season win.


Philadelphia Union                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

Line up: (4-3-2-1)  

Gaddis – Edu – Williams – Fabinho
        Okugo        –       Lahoud
      Cruz – Maidana – Le Toux

42′ Sebastian Le Toux

69′ Danny Cruz (Michael Lahoud)

78′ Sebastian Le Toux (Andrew Wenger)



80′ Yellow – Andrew Wenger


New England Revloution


              Line Up: ( 4-1-4-1)    


 Farrell – Soares – Goncalves – Tierney
 Bunbury – Kobayashi – Nguyen – Fagundez
73′ Saer Sene (Kelyn Rowe, Andy Dorman)



74′ Yellow – Saer Sene

75′ Yellow – Andy Dorman

90′ Yellow – Jose Goncalves



Adriana Lacy

Philly native who has a huge interest in soccer on all levels. Firm believer of giving back and paying it forward. Can be reached on twitter at @adrianabreziana.

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