Union vs. LA Galaxy Box Score

BOX SCORE: Philadelphia Union 1, LA Galaxy 3

BOX SCORE: Philadelphia Union 1, LA Galaxy 3
Talen Energy Stadium hosts largest crowd for Union match since 2013

 

Philadelphia Union 1 – LA Galaxy 3
Talen Energy Stadium (Chester, PA)
Saturday, July 21, 2018

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TODAY’S MATCH INFO:

Venue: Talen Energy Stadium (Chester, PA)
Referee: Nima Saghafi
Assistants: Logan Brown, Brian Dunn
Fourth Official: Alejandro Mariscal
Video Assistant Referee: Alex Chilowicz
Attendance: 19,013
Weather: 68 degrees and rain

GOALS/ASSISTS

PHI – CJ Sapong (Borek Dockal) 29’
LA – Ola Kamara (Zlatan Ibrahimovic) 48’
LA – Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Romain Alessandrini, Jonathan dos Santos) 63’
LA – Michael Ciani (Romain Alessandrini) 82’

DISCIPLINARY SUMMARY

PHI – Fafa Picault (caution) 31’
LA – Michael Ciani (caution) 64’
PHI – Haris Medunjanin (caution) 79’
LA – Romain Alessandrini (caution) 80’

LINEUPS

Philadelphia Union: Andre Blake; Raymon Gaddis, Mark McKenzie, Auston Trusty, Fabinho; Haris Medunjanin (Warren Creavalle 85’), Alejandro Bedoya; Marcus Epps (David Accam 60’), Borek Dockal, Fafa Picault; CJ Sapong (Cory Burke 68’)

Substitutes not used: John McCarthy; Keegan Rosenberry, Jack Elliott, Fabian Herbers

LA Galaxy: David Bingham; Jorgen Skjelvik, Michael Ciani, Tomas Hilliard-Arce (Romain Alessandrini 46’); Chris Pontius (Sheanon Williams 79’), Servando Carrasco, Jonathan dos Santos, Dave Romney; Giovani dos Santos (Emmanuel Boateng 90’); Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Ola Kamara

Substitutes not used: Justin vom Steeg; Daniel Steres, Baggio Husidic, Ariel Lassiter

TEAM NOTES

  • Tonight’s attendance was a standing-room only sellout crowd of 19,013, the 45th all-time Union sellout at Talen Energy Stadium, and the first this season … the Union’s last sellout was on October 22, 2017 vs. Orlando (18,595).
  • The attendance tonight was also the sixth all-time Union crowd above 19,000 at Talen Energy Stadium, and the first such match since June 23, 2013 vs. New York Red Bulls (19,013).
  • The Union next play on Wednesday, July 25 when they travel to Houston to face the Dynamo (9:00 p.m. ET / Live Well Network).

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