BOX SCORE: Philadelphia Union 3, Houston Dynamo 1
Union come from behind to notch road win at Houston
Philadelphia Union 3 – Houston Dynamo 1
BBVA Compass Stadium (Houston, TX)
Wednesday, July 25, 2018
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TODAY’S MATCH INFO:
Venue: BBVA Compass Stadium (Houston, TX)
Referee: Joseph Dickerson
Assistants: Jeffrey Greeson, Kevin Klinger
Fourth Official: José Carlos Rivero
Video Assistant Referee: Ismail Elfath
Weather: 90 degrees and clear
HOU – Mauro Manotas (Boniek García) 10’
PHI – Alejandro Bedoya (Borek Dočk
PHI – Fafa Picault (penalty) 90’+6’
PHI – Keegan Rosenberry (caution) 45’+1’
PHI – Mark McKenzie (caution) 53’
HOU – Tomás Martinez (ejection) 59’
PHI – CJ Sapong (caution) 65’
HOU – Darwin Cerén (caution) 90’+2’
HOU – Alejandro Fuenmayor (caution) 90’+5’
Philadelphia Union: Andre Blake; Keegan Rosenberry, Mark McKenzie, Auston Trusty, Raymon Gaddis; Haris Medunjanin, Alejandro Bedoya; David Accam (CJ Sapong 57’), Borek Dočkal (Warren Creavalle 88’), Fafa Picault; Cory Burke (Fabian Herbers 71’)
Substitutes not used: John McCarthy; Jack Elliott, Fabinho, Marcus Epps
Houston Dynamo: Joe Willis; Adolofo Machado, Jared Watts (Andrew Wenger 74’), Alejandro Fuenmayor, Adam Lundkvist; Boniek García, Tomás Martínez; Alberth Elis (Memo Rodriguez 76’), Tomas Martinez, Romell Quioto (Arturo Álvarez 81’); Mauro Manotas
Substitutes not used: Chris Seitz; Eric Alexander, Luis Gil, Leonardo
- Alejandro Bedoya’s 34th minute goal was the 10th Union goal between the 31st and 45th minute, the most in MLS by any one team this season … Bedoya’s goal was his second of the season and he has now matched his goals (two) and assists (four) totals from the 2017 season.
- Borek Dočkal notched his third multi-assist game of the 2018 season to move his total to nine on the year … Dočkal needs six more assists to tie the single season club record set by Cristian Maidana in 2015 (15).
- With seven road goals over their last two games, the Union tied an all-time club record for most goals over consecutive away fixtures, previously set on May 28-June 4, 2011.
- The Union next play on Saturday, August 4 when they travel to Portland to face the Timbers (11:00 p.m. ET / PHL17).