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Box Score | Philadelphia Union 2, Nashville SC 1

Philadelphia Union traveled to GEODIS Park to take on Nashville SC on Saturday night, winning 2-1. Nashville opened up the scoring with a header from Sam Surridge in the 42nd minute. In the second half, the Union leveled the score when forward Julian Carranza found the back of the net in the 62nd minute. Midfielder Daniel Gazdag scored the game winner in the 90th minute with a header. Forward Julian Carranza and midfielder Daniel Gazdag both registered their fourth goals of the regular season, while goalkeeper Oliver Semmle registered five saves to help secure three points on the road.

The Union travel to Mercedes-Benz Stadium to play Atlanta United FC on Sunday, April 14 (2:30 p.m. ET / FOX, Apple TV).  

Nashville SC (1) – Philadelphia Union (2)
GEODIS Park (Nashville, TN)
Saturday, April 6, 2024


REF: Victor Rivas
AR1: Jeffrey Greeson
AR2: Jeffrey Swartzel
4TH: Sergii Demianchuk
VAR: Alejandro Mariscal
Weather: 55 degrees and clear. 


NSH – Sam Surridge (Shaffelburg) 42’
PHI – Julian Carranza (Sullivan) 62’
PHI – Daniel Gazdag (McGlynn) 90’


NSH – Anibal Godoy (caution) 84’


Philadelphia Union: Oliver Semmle; Kai Wagner (Olivier Mbaizo 59’), Jack Elliott (Alejandro Bedoya 59’) , Jakob Glesnes, Damion Lowe, Nathan Harriel; Jack McGlynn, José Martínez, Quinn Sullivan (Chris Donovan, 87’), Dániel Gazdag; Julián Carranza.

Substitutes not used: Andrew Rick, Matt Real, Jeremy Rafanello, Jesus Bueno, Tai Baribo, Markus Anderson.

Nashville SC: Elliot Panicco; Daniel Lovitz, Lukas MacNaughton, Josh Bauer; Jacob Shaffelburg, Sam Surridge; Brian Anunga (Amar Sejdic 85’), Dru Yearwood (Sean Davis 72’) , Aníbal Godoy, Alex Muyl, Hany Mukhtar.

Substitutes not used: Joe Willis, Jack Maher, Teal Bunbury, McKinze Gaines, Taylor Washington, Brent Kallman.


  • The Union are the only remaining unbeaten team in the MLS.
  • Midfielder Daniel Gazdag is six goals away from tying club legend Sebastien Le Toux for most MLS goals in club history.
  • Forward Julian Carranza and midfielder Daniel Gazdag netted their fourth MLS goals of the season against Nashville.
  • Homegrown midfielder Quinn Sullivan recorded his second assist of the season.
  • Homegrown midfielder Jack McGlynn registered his first MLS assist of the season.

The Union travel to Mercedes-Benz Stadium to play Atlanta United FC on Sunday, April 14 (2:30 p.m. ET / FOX, Apple TV).

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