Chester, PA. (April 23, 2022) – Philadelphia Union tied CF Montreal 1-1 on Saturday afternoon at Subaru Park. With the draw, the Union remain unbeaten at home this season and, as of the end of the match, remain in first place in the Eastern Conference with 17 points. In the first half, the Union were awarded a penalty in the 21st minute that resulted in Julian Carranza’s third goal of the season. With the goal, Carranza now has the second most goals for the club. Montreal later equalized on a Kei Kamara goal from the center of the box in the 59th minute.

The Union are on the road at GEODIS Park on May 1st where they will play Nashville SC (4:00 p.m. ET / ESPN).

Philadelphia Union 1 – CF Montreal 1
Subaru Park (Chester, PA)
Saturday, April 23, 2022

TODAY’S MATCH INFO

Referee: Lukasz Szpala
Assistant Referees: Logan Brown, Justin Howard
Fourth Official: Joshua Encarnacion
VAR: Timothy Ford
Ast. VAR: Mike Kampmeinert
Weather: 62 degrees and cloudy.

GOALS/ASSISTS

PHI – Julian Carranza (PK) 21’
MTL – Kei Kamara (Quioto, Johnston) 59’

DISCIPLINARY SUMMARY

PHI – Alejandro Bedoya (caution) 55’
MTL – Joel Waterman (caution) 61’
PHI – Jose Martinez (caution) 82’
MTL – Kamal Miller (caution) 90’
PHI – Kai Wagner (caution) 90+1’
MTL – Zohran Ludovic Bassong (caution) 90+3’

LINEUP

Philadelphia Union: Andre Blake; Kai Wagner, Jack Elliott, Jakob Glesnes, Nathan Harriel; Jose Martinez, Leon Flach (Jack McGlynn 67’), Alejandro Bedoya, Daniel Gazdag; Mikael Uhre (Paxten Aaronson 89’), Julian Carranza (Cory Burke 67’).

Substitutes not used: Matt Freese; Matt Real, Olivier Mbaizo, Stuart Findlay, Jesus Bueno, Quinn Sullivan.

CF Montreal: Sebastian Breza; Rudy Camacho, Kamal Miller, Joel Waterman, Victor Wanyama, Ismael Koné (Samuel Piette 82’), Lassi Lappalainen (Zohran Ludovic Bassong 82’), Alistair Johnston, Romell Quioto, Djordje Mihailovic, Sunusi Ibrahim (Kei Kamara 46’).

Substitutes not used: Zachary Brault-Guillard, Ahmed Hamdi, Gabriele Corbo, James Pantemis, Matko Miljevic, Joaquín Torres.

Team Notes

  • Center back Jack Elliott recorded his 130th regular season start for the Union, becoming the seventh player in club history to reach that mark.
  • Forward Julian Carranza scored his third goal of the season at the penalty spot. With the goal, Carranza now has the second most goals for the club

The Union are on the road at GEODIS Park on May 1st where they will play Nashville SC (4:00 p.m. ET / ESPN).

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