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Box Score | Philadelphia Union 3, CF Montreal 0

Philadelphia Union played CF Montréal on Saturday night at Subaru Park, earning a 3-0 win . With the win, the Union remain in third place in the Eastern Conference with 30 points. In the first half, forward Julian Carranza opened the scoring in the 12th minute with a right footed shot from outside of the box. In the 36th minute, forward Mikael Uhre doubled the lead to make it 2-0. In the second half, Carranza scored his second of the game in the 61st minute to secure all three points for the Union. With the result, the Union extended their unbeaten streak to nine games.

The Union travel to PayPal Park on Saturday, June 10th (10:30 p.m. ET / Apple TV), where they will face San Jose Earthquakes.
Philadelphia Union 3 – CF Montréal 0
Subaru Park (Chester, PA)
Saturday, June 3, 2023


Referee: Jon Freemon
Assistant Referees: Kyle Atkins, Diego Blas
Fourth Official: Rubiel Vazquez
VAR: Carol Anne Chenard
Ast. VAR: TJ Zablocki
Weather: 64 degrees and cloudy.


PHI – Julian Carranza (Real) 12’
PHI – Mikael Uhre 36’
PHI – Julian Carranza (Gazdag) 61’


MTL – George Campbell (caution) 31’
MTL – Robert Thorkelsson (caution) 76’
MTL – Matko Milijevic (caution) 88’
PHI – Jose Martinez (caution) 88’


Philadelphia Union: Andre Blake; Matt Real (Damion Lowe 63’ ), Kai Wagner, Jack Elliott, Jakob Glesnes, Nathan Harriel; Leon Flach (Andres Perea 78’), Jesus Bueno (Jose Martinez 63’), Daniel Gazdag; Mikael Uhre (Joaquin Torres 77’), Julian Carranza. \

Substitutes not used: Joe Bendik, Olivier Mbaizo, Richard Odada, Jeremy Rafanello, Chris Donovan.

CF Montreal: James Pantemis, George Campbell, Gabriele Corbo (Ousman Jabang 81’) , Róbert Orri Thorkelsson, Bryce Duke (Matko Milijevic 45’), Ilias Iliadis ( Joel Waterman 45’), Ahmed Hamdi, Nathan Saliba, Zachary Brault-Guillard, Sunusi Ibrahim (Sean Rea 64’), Lassi Lappalainen (Mason Toye 45’).

Substitutes not used: Aaron Herrera, Jules-Anthony Vilsaint, Jojea Kwizera, Logan Ketterer, Ousman Jabang.

Team Notes

  • Scoring a brace tonight, forward Julian Carranza registered his fourth multi-goal game of the season, becoming the sixth all-time scorer in club history with 23 goals.
  • Midfielder Daniel Gazdag registered his eighth MLS assist of the season, tied for most assists in the league.
  • Forward Mikael Uhre scored his sixth MLS goal of the season.
  • Homegrown defender Matt Real registered his first MLS assist of the season.
  • Goalkeeper Andre Blake earned his sixth clean sheet of the season.
  • Midfielder Jesus Bueno earned his second career start in MLS play.
  • The Union earned their fourth consecutive win and are undefeated in their last nine regular season matches.
  • The Union have outscored opponents by 50 goals (61-11) in its last 20 MLS home matches (including playoffs), the largest goal difference in a span of 20 home matches in league history.

The Union travel to PayPal Park on Saturday, June 10th (10:30 p.m. ET / Apple TV), where they will face San Jose Earthquakes.

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Every match matters! In 2023, you do not want to miss your favorite matchups as the Union take on the best MLS has to offer! When we score, make sure you are there to get Subaru Park shaking!

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