Philadelphia Union drew with San Jose Earthquakes at Talen Energy Stadium on Saturday night and we have your three post-match takeaways.
Oh Captain My Captain
Philadelphia Union Captain Alejandro Bedoya put the club on his back tonight despite feeling under the weather. Bedoya recorded the equalizer for Philadelphia in the 64th minute to give the Union the point at home. Bedoya was all over the pitch for his club tonight recording 77 passes with a success percentage of 93.5, the highest percentage number he’s recorded this season.
Keegs in Form
At the start of the evening, Keegan Rosenberry was the oldest player on the backline for Philadelphia, and the MLS All-Star showed his leadership throughout the match. On the defensive side, Rosenberry cleaned up everything, leading the club in interceptions with five and had the most tackles won by a Union player with three.
Fafa Picault returned to the Starting XI for the first time in 2018 after serving his three-match suspension. Picault made an immediate impact on the match flying up and down the pitch. Overall on the night Picault recorded three shots with two on target. Picault put his mark on the match as he recorded an assist in Bedoya’s goal on the night to help secure a point for Philadelphia.