Foxborough, Mass. (May 28, 2022) – Philadelphia Union tied New England Revolution 1-1 on Saturday night at Gillette Stadium. In the first half, Andre Blake recorded two saves to help Philadelphia hold the Revolution scoreless through the opening 45 minutes of play. New England’s Gustavo Bou broke the scoreless tie in the 75th minute on a penalty kick to the bottom right corner. Union forward Mikael Uhre substituted into the match for Paxten Aaronson in the 76th minute and responded within seconds of entering the pitch with a goal to tie the game at 1-1. The Union remain unbeaten through their last seven matches.

The Union are back at Subaru Park on June 18th where they will play FC Cincinnati (7:30 p.m. ET / PHL17).

New England Revolution 1 – Philadelphia Union 1
Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, MA)
Saturday, May 28, 2022

TODAY’S MATCH INFO

Referee: Jon Freemon
Assistant Referees: Jason White, CJ Morgante
Fourth Official: Joshua Encarnacion
VAR: Geoff Gamble
Ast. VAR: Fabio Tovar
Weather: 68 degrees and partly cloudy.

GOALS/ASSISTS

NE – Gustavo Bou (PK) 75’
PHI – Mikael Uhre (unassisted) 77’

DISCIPLINARY SUMMARY

NE – Gustavo Bou (caution) 52’
PHI – Cory Burke (caution) 63’
PHI – Jack McGlynn (caution) 80’
PHI – Jose Martinez (caution) 90+2’

LINEUP

Philadelphia Union: Andre Blake; Nathan Harriel, Jakob Glesnes, Jack Elliott, Kai Wagner; Alejandro Bedoya, Jose Martinez, Leon Flach (Jack McGlynn 76’); Daniel Gazdag; Paxten Aaronson (Mikael Uhre 76’), Sergio Santos (Cory Burke 57).

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

New England Revolution: Matt Turner; Brandon Bye, Andrew Farrell, Omar Gonzalez, DeJuan Jones; Wilfred Kaptoum (Jozy Altidore 81’), Tommy McNamara (Matt Polster 89’); Sebastian Lletget, Carles Gil, Arnor Traustason (Dylan Borrero 63’); Gustavo Bou.

Substitutes not used: Djordje Petrovic; AJ Delagarza Jr, Emmanuel Boateng, Jonathan Bell, Justin Rennicks, Damian Rivera.

Team Notes

  • Mikael Uhre played his seventh match, scoring his second goal of the season.
  • Homegrown Paxten Aaronson made his first start of 2022. The start is Aaronson's sixth of his MLS career and first since Nov, 11, 2021.
  • Jose "El Brujo" Martinez earned his 50th start for the Union. Martinez is the 30th player in club history to reach 50 starts.

The Union are back at Subaru Park on June 18th where they will play FC Cincinnati (7:30 p.m. ET / PHL17).

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