TORONTO (April 16, 2022) – Philadelphia Union played Toronto FC on Saturday night at BMO Field, falling 2-1. With the loss, the Union remain in first place in the Eastern Conference with 16 points. In the first half, the Union opened up the scoring in the 34th minute with a headed goal by Julian Carranza, assisted by Daniel Gazdag and Mikael Uhre. The hosts equalized in the 39th minute with a goal by Jesús Jiménez. The second half was controlled by the Union, but Toronto secured all three points, ending the Union’s six-game unbeaten streak.

The Union are back at home to take on CF Montreal at Subaru Park on Saturday, April 23 (3:00 p.m. ET / PHL17).

Toronto FC 2 – Philadelphia Union 1
BMO Field (Ontario, CA)
Saturday, April 16, 2022

TODAY’S MATCH INFO

Referee: Alex Chilowicz
Assistant Referees: Micheal Barwegen, Andrew Bigelow
Fourth Official: David Barrie
VAR: Geoff Gamble
Ast. VAR: TJ Zablocki
Weather: 41 degrees and cloudy.

GOALS/ASSISTS

PHI – Julian Carranza (Uhre, Gazdag) 34’
TOR – Jesús Jiménez (Osorio) 39’
TOR – Alejandro Pozuelo (Chung) 51’

DISCIPLINARY SUMMARY

TOR – Jayden Nelson (caution) 19’
TOR – Alejandro Pozuelo (caution) 30’
TOR – Michael Bradley (caution) 45+1’
PHI – Julian Carranza (caution) 53’
TOR – Kadin Chung (caution) 75’

LINEUP

Philadelphia Union: Andre Blake; Kai Wagner, Jack Elliott, Jakob Glesnes, Nathan Harriel; Jose Martinez, Leon Flach (Jack McGlynn 69’), Alejandro Bedoya (Paxten Aaronson 87’), Daniel Gazdag; Mikael Uhre (Cory Burke 77’), Julian Carranza (Sergio Santos 68’).

Substitutes not used: Matt Freese; Matt Real, Olivier Mbaizo, Stuart Findlay, Quinn Sullivan.

Toronto FC: Alex Bono; Chris Mavinga, Shane O'Neill, Kadin Chung (Lukas MacNaughton 78’), Jonathan Osorio (Kosi Thompson 56’), Michael Bradley, Jacob Shaffelburg, Jayden Nelson (Deandre Kerr 45’), Jesús Jiménez, Luca Petrasso (Jordan Perruzza 72’), Alejandro Pozuelo.

Substitutes not used: Ayo Akinola, Ifunanyachi Achara, Themi Antonoglou, Quentin Westberg, Adam Pearlman

Team Notes

  • Forward Julian Carranza scored his second goal of the season.
  • Forward Mikael Uhre earned his second start for the Union tonight, registering his first MLS assist.
  • Daniel Gazdag made his 30th appearance tonight, recording his first assist of the season.

The Union are back at home to take on CF Montreal at Subaru Park on Saturday, April 23 (3:00 p.m. ET / PHL17).

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