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Box Score | Philadelphia Union 3, New England Revolution 0

Philadelphia Union played New England Revolution on Saturday night at Subaru Park, winning 3-0 . The first half ended scoreless with both sides creating chances. In the 56th minute, midfielder Daniel Gazdag opened the scoring with a right footed shot to the upper left corner to put the Union up 1-0. In the 74th minute, Gazdag secured a brace after converting a penalty kick, setting a two goal lead over New England. Forward Julian Carranza scored the Union’s third and final goal of the match in the 88th minute to secure all three points at home. With the result, the Union extended their unbeaten streak to six games

The Union are on the road at Citi Field Stadium on Saturday, May 27th (7:30 p.m. ET / Apple TV), where they face New York City FC.

Philadelphia Union 3  – New England Revolution 0
Subaru Park (Chester, PA)
Saturday, May 20, 2023


Referee: Lukasz Szpala
Assistant Referees: Corey Parker, Justin Howard
Fourth Official: Logan Brown
VAR: Edvin Jurisevic
Ast. VAR: Sergii Boiko
Weather: 66 degrees and cloudy.


PHI – Daniel Gazdag (Uhre) 56’
PHI – Daniel Gazdag (PK) 74’
PHI – Julian Carranza (Donovan) 88’


NE – Latif Blessing (caution) 4’
NE – Bobby Wood (caution) 45’
NE – Carles Gil (caution) 73’
NE – Jozy Altidore (caution) 84’
NE – Dave Romney (caution) 90’
PHI – Matt Real (caution) 90+3’


Philadelphia Union: Andre Blake; Kai Wagner (Matt Real 90+2’ ), Damion Lowe, Jack Elliott, Jakob Glesnes, Olivier Mbaizo; Jose Martinez, Leon Flach, Daniel Gazdag (Jesus Bueno 90 + 2’); Mikael Uhre (Chris Donovan 80’), Julian Carranza.

Substitutes not used: Joe Bendik, Nathan Harriel, Andres Perea, Richard Odada, Joaquin Torres, Jeremy Rafanello.

New England Revolution: Djordje Petrovic, DeJuan Jones, Dave Romney, Andrew Farrell, Brandon Bye, Matt Polster (Jozy Altidore 78’), Latif Blessing (Justin Rennicks 66’), Emmanuel Boateng (Esmir Bajraktarevic 78’), Carles Gil (Jack Panayotou 35’ ), Noel Buck, Bobby Wood (Giacomo Vrioni 66’).

Substitutes not used: Ben Sweat, Christian Makoun, Omar González, Earl Edwards.


  • With a pair of goals in the Union's 3-0 victory over New England, midfielder Daniel Gazdag recorded his fifth career multi-score game, tying Conor Casey for the second-most multi-goal games in club history. Only Sébastien Le Toux (six) has more in club history.
  • Midfielder Daniel Gazdag has now scored each of his first 13 penalty kicks, which is tied for the second longest conversion streak to start a career in MLS history.
  • Goalkeeper Andre Blake earned his fourth clean sheet of the season.
  • Forward Julian Carranza scored his fifth goal of the season.
  • Forward Chris Donovan registered his first career MLS assist.
  • Forward Mikael Uhre registered his first MLS assist of the season.
  • Defender Jakob Glesnes made his 100th regular season appearance tonight, becoming the 14th player in club history to do so.
  • The Union are undefeated in their last six regular season matches.

The Union are on the road at Citi Field Stadium on Saturday, May 27th (7:30 p.m. ET / Apple TV), where they face New York City FC.

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