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Box Score | Philadelphia Union 3, D.C. United 1

Philadelphia Union faced off against D.C. United on Saturday night at Audi Field, winning 3-1. With the win, the Union are now in second place in the Eastern Conference with 43 points. In the first half, forward Mikael Uhre opened the scoring in the fifth minute, assisted by Julian Carranza. In the 13th minute, homegrown midfielder Jack McGlynn added another goal for the Union by scoring from the left side of the box. Midfielder Daniel Gazdag converted a penalty in the 38th minute to extend the Union’s lead at the end of the first half. In the second half, Theodore Ku-Dipietro scored for D.C. United in the 88th minute. 

The Union are back on the road to face Toronto FC at BMO Field on Wednesday, August 30th (7:30 p.m. / Apple TV).
D.C. United 1–  Philadelphia Union 3 – D.C. United 1
Audi Field, Washington, D.C.
Saturday, August 26th, 2023


Referee: Marcos DeOliveira II
Ast. Referee 1: Brian Dunn
Ast. Referee 2: Ben Pilgrim
Fourth official: Lukasz Szpala
VAR: Greg Dopka
Ast. VAR: Tom Supple
Weather: 79 degrees and mostly cloudy.


PHI – Mikael Uhre (Carranza) 5’
PHI – Jack McGlynn 13’
PHI – Daniel Gazdag 38’ (PK) 
DC – Theodore Ku-Dipietro 88’


DC – Tyler Miller (caution) 36’
PHI – Nathan Harriel (caution) 68’
PHI – Jakob Glesnes (caution) 76’
PHI – Chris Donovan (caution) 90+4’


Philadelphia Union: Andre Blake, Jack Elliott, Jakob Glesnes, Jose Martinez (Leon Flach 26’) , Kai Wagner, Nathan Harriel, Daniel Gazdag, Jack McGlynn, Jesus Bueno (Alejandro Bedoya 64’), Mikael Uhre (Quinn Sullivan 90+2’), Julian Carranza (Chris Donovan 64’).

Substitutes not used: Tai Baribo, Matt Real, Olivier Mbaizo, Joaquin Torres, Joe Bendik.

D.C. United: Tyler Miller (Alex Bono 45+1’), Steve Birnbaum, Derrick Williams, Brendan Hines-Ike (Jose Fajardo 79’), Mateusz Klich, Russell Canouse, Pedro Santos ( Theodore Ku-Dipietro 74’), Christopher Durkin (Ruan 45+1’), Christian Benteke, Gabriel Pirani, Yamil Asad (Eric Davis 74’).

Substitutes not used: Jackson Hopkins, Erik Hurtado, Donovan Pines, Cristian Dajome.


  • Midfielder Daniel Gazdag is now tied with forward C.J. Sapong for second most goals scored in club history with 36 goals. He also scored his ninth penalty kick of 2023, tying three players for the most penalty kick goals in a single season in MLS history.
  • Goalkeeper Andre Blake set a club record for most MLS appearances, totaling 222 appearances.
  • Forward Mikael Uhre scored his eighth goal this season. Forward Julian Carranza assisted his third goal this season.
  • Midfielder Jack McGlynn scored his second goal this season.

The Union are back on the road to face Toronto FC at BMO Field on Wednesday, August 30th (7:30 p.m. / Apple TV).

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