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Box Score | Philadelphia Union 2, D.C. United 2

Philadelphia Union traveled to Audi Field to face D.C. United on Saturday night, drawing 2-2. In the first half, D.C. United forward Cristian Dájome opened up the scoring in the ninth minute. D.C. United extended their lead in the 33rd minute with a goal by Jacob Murrell. The Union responded when captain Alejandro Bedoya registered his second goal of the season in the 42nd minute. In the second half, Homegrown midfielder Jack McGlynn found the back of the net in the 79th minute to level the score. Goalkeeper Oliver Semmle recorded two saves to help salvage a point on the road.

The Union return to Subaru Park to face Orlando City SC on Saturday, May 11 (7:30 p.m. ET/ Apple TV).

D.C. United (2) – Philadelphia Union (2)
Audi Field (Washington, DC)
Saturday, May 4, 2024


REF: Ismir Pekmic
AR1: Walt Heatherly
AR2: Kevin Lock
4TH: Eric Tattersall
VAR: Kevin Stott
AVAR: Logan Brown
Weather: 52 degrees and rain.


DC – Cristian Dajome (Stroud) 9’
DC – Jacob Murrell (Stroud) 33’
PHI – Alejandro Bedoya (Wagner) 42’
PHI – Jack McGlynn (Harriel) 79’


PHI – Julian Carranza (caution) 20’
PHI – Leon Flach (caution) 45’+2’
PHI – Damion Lowe (caution) 45’+2’
DC – Theodore Ku-DiPietro (caution) 90’+2’


Philadelphia Union: Oliver Semmle; Kai Wagner, Damion Lowe, Jakob Glesnes, Nathan Harriel; Jack McGlynn, Alejandro Bedoya, Leon Flach ( Jose Martinez 66’), Quinn Sullivan (Mikael Uhre 66’) ; Julian Carranza, Daniel Gazdag.

Substitutes not used: Andrew Rick, Jack Elliott, Jesus Bueno, Jeremy Rafanello, Tai Baribo, Chris Donovan.

D.C. United: Alex Bono; Lucas Bartlett, Matti Peltola, Christopher McVey; Aaron Herrera, Jared Stroud (Kristian Fletcher 85), Jackson Hopkins (Steven Birnbaum 74’) , Mateusz Klich, Cristian Dajome (Gabriel Pirani 85), Jacob Murrell (Theodore Ku-DiPietro 64’), Christian Benteke.

Substitutes not used: Tyler Miller; Pedro Santos, Martin Rodriguez, Garrison Tubbs, Matai Akinmboni.


  • Midfielder Leon Flach earned his first MLS start of the season.
  • Defender Kai Wagner recorded his second assist of the MLS season.
  • Homegrown midfielder Jack McGlynn registered his second goal of the season.
  • Homegrown defender Nathan Harriel registered his first assist of the MLS season.

The Union return to Subaru Park to face Orlando City SC on Saturday, May 11 (7:30 p.m. ET/ Apple TV).

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