Chester, PA. (August 1, 2021) – The Philadelphia Union tied Chicago Fire FC 1-1 on Sunday night at Subaru Park. With the draw, the Union remain in 5th place in the Eastern Conference with 25 points. Early in the first half, defender Boris Sekulic provided the pivotal cross for Przemyslaw Frankowski to open the scoring. In the 36’, the Union were awarded a free-kick just outside the box where Kai Wagner snuck it under the wall to tie it up before half. The Union outshot Chicago 25 to 4.

The Union are back home to take on Toronto FC at Subaru Park on Wednesday, August 4 (7:30 p.m. ET / PHL17).

Philadelphia Union 1 – Chicago Fire FC 1
Subaru Park (Chester, PA)
Sunday, August 1, 2021

TODAY’S MATCH INFO

Referee: Michael Radchuk
Assistant Referees: Cameron Blanchard, Brian Dunn
Fourth Official: Silviu Petrescu
VAR: Jose Carlos Rivero
Ast. VAR: Eric Weisbrod
Weather: 72 degrees and cloudy

GOALS/ASSISTS

CHI – Przemyslaw Frankowski (Sekulic ) 10’
PHI – Kai Wagner 36’

DISCIPLINARY SUMMARY
PHI – Olivier Mbazio (caution) 57’

LINEUP

Philadelphia Union: Andre Blake; Jack Elliott, Jakob Glesnes, Kai Wagner, Olivier Mbaizo (Jack Mcglynn 89’); José Martínez, Leon Flach (Ilsinho 63’), Alejandro Bedoya; Dániel Gazdag (Quinn Sullivan75’), Cory Burke, Kacper Przybylko 

Substitutes not used: Stuart Findlay, Matt Real, Matt Freese, Cole Turner, Nathan Harriel, Paxten Aaronson.

Chicago Fire FC: Bobby Shuttleworth; Mauricio Pineda, Francisco Calvo, Boris Sekulic, Wyatt Omsberg; Álvaro Medrán, Gastón Giménez, Fabian Herbers (Jonathan Bornstein 80’), Przemyslaw Frankowski, Ignacio Aliseda (Luka Stojanovic 80’); Chinonso Offor ( Robert Beric 64’)

Substitutes not used: Stanislav Ivanov, Johan Kappelhof, Jhon Jairo Espinoza, Gabriel Slonina, Brian Gutierrez.

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Team Notes

  • Left back Kai Wager earned his 60th MLS start, scoring his first goal this season.
  • Defender Jack Elliott made his 115th appearance for the Boys in Blue.
  • Right back Olivier Mbaizo made his 35th appearance for the Union.
  • Team captain Alejandro Bedoya earned his 140th career appearance in league play.
  • Leon Flach made his 15th start of the 2021 MLS season.
  • Jose Martinez made his 25th appearance for the Union.
  • Cory Burke too returned from Concacaf Gold Cup play tonight. Burke has scored six of his 18 MLS goals against the Fire, the third most in club history against a single team in MLS play.

The Union are back home to take on Toronto FC at Subaru Park on Wednesday, August 4 (7:30 p.m. ET / PHL17).

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