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Box Score | New York City FC 2, Philadelphia Union 1

Philadelphia Union hosted New York City FC at Subaru Park on Wednesday night, falling 2-1. New York opened up the scoring in the second minute with a goal from Alonso Martinez. Hannes Wolf extended New York’s lead in stoppage time of the first half. In the second half, the Union responded when forward Julián Carranza scored his fifth goal of the MLS season in the 47th minute. With the goal, Carranza is now tied for third all-time in goals scored across all competitions with Kacper Przybylko. Despite outshooting New York 24 to 11, the Union could not find the equalizer.

The Union travel to Gillette Stadium to face New England Revolution on Saturday, May 18 (7:30 p.m. ET/ Apple TV).

Philadelphia Union (1) – New York City FC (2)
Subaru Park (Chester, PA)
Wednesday, May 15, 2024


REF: Chris Penso
AR1: Cory Richardson
AR2: Brooke Mayo
4TH: Joshua Encarnacion
VAR: Jorge Gonzalez
AVAR: Robert Schaap
Weather: 60 degrees and rain.


NYC – Alonso Martinez (Rodriguez) 2’
NYC – Hannes Wolf 45’+2’
PHI – Julian Carranza (McGlynn) 47’


PHI – Kai Wagner (caution) 45’
NYC – Santiago Rodriguez (caution) 51’
NYC – Agustin Ojeda (caution) 62’
PHI – Jack Elliott (caution) 71’
NYC – Andres Perea (caution) 78’
NYC – Mounsef Bakrar (caution) 87’
NYC – Malachi Jones (caution) 90’


Philadelphia Union: Oliver Semmle; Kai Wagner, Jack Elliott, Jakob Glesnes, Nathan Harriel ( Olivier Mbaizo 83’); Leon Flach (Jose Martinez 83’) , Jack McGlynn, Quinn Sullivan (Alejandro Bedoya 70’), Daniel Gazdag; Mikael Uhre, Julian Carranza.

Substitutes not used: Andrew Rick, Olwethu Makhanya, José Martínez, Jesús Bueno, Jeremy Rafanello, Tai Baribo, Chris Donovan.

New York City FC: Matt Freese; Birk Risa, Thiago Martins, Kevin O’Toole, Mitja Ilenic, Andres Perea, Santiago Rodriguez (Justin Haak 76’), Keaton Parks; Alonso Martinez ( Mounsef Bakrar 67’), Hannes Wolf (Tayvon Gray 89’), Agustin Ojeda (Malachi Jones 67’).

Substitutes not used: Luis Barraza; Andres Jasson, Jovan Mijatovic, Julian Fernandez, Talles Magno.


  • Defender Kai Wagner became the seventh player in Union history to record 150 league appearances in his career.
  • Midfielder Daniel Gazdag recorded his 100th appearance for the Union in the MLS regular season, becoming just the 16th player in club history to reach this mark.
  • Forward Julian Carranza is tied for third all-time in goals scored with forward Kacper Przybylko (all comps).

The Union travel to Gillette Stadium to face New England Revolution on Saturday, May 18 (7:30 p.m. ET/ Apple TV).

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Every match matters! In 2024, you do not want to miss your favorite matchups as the Union take on the best MLS has to offer! When we score, make sure you are there to get Subaru Park shaking!

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