Union vs. RBNY Box Score

BOX SCORE: Philadelphia Union 0, New York Red Bulls 1

BOX SCORE: Philadelphia Union 0, New York Red Bulls 1
Union remain fourth place in Eastern Conference;
Team could clinch home postseason game in Knockout Round with win at New York City FC next weekend

Philadelphia Union 0 – New York Red Bulls 1
Talen Energy Stadium (Chester, PA)
Sunday, October 21, 2018

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TODAY’S MATCH INFO:

Venue: Talen Energy Stadium (Chester, PA)
Referee: Ted Unkel
Assistants Referees: Adam Wienckowski, Logan Brown
Fourth Official: Silviu Petrescu
VAR: Jon Freemon
Weather: 51 degrees and partly cloudy
Attendance: 18.021

GOALS/ASSISTS

NYRB – Kaku (penalty) 69’

DISCIPLINARY SUMMARY

PHI – CJ Sapong (caution) 37’
PHI – Auston Trusty (caution) 47’
NYRB – Tyler Adams caution) 55’
NYRB – Alex Muyl (caution) 57’
PHI – Fafa Picault (caution) 66’

LINEUP

Philadelphia Union: Andre Blake; Keegan Rosenberry, Mark McKenzie, Auston Trusty, Raymon Gaddis; Haris Medunjanin, Alejandro Bedoya; CJ Sapong (Ilsinho 63’), Borek Dockal, Fafa Picault (Jay Simpson 81’); Cory Burke

Substitutes not used: John McCarthy; Jack Elliot, Fabinho, Warren Creavalle, Derrick Jones

New York Red Bulls: Luis Robles; Connor Lade, Aaron Long, Tim Parker, Michael Murillo; Tyler Adams, Sean Davis, Marc Rzatkowski (Derrick Etienne Jr. 46’), Alex Muyl (Andreas Ivan 83’), Kaku (Cristian Cásseres Jr. 90’); Bradley Wright-Phillips

Substitutes not used: Ryan Meara; Aurélien Collin, Brian White, Fidel Escobar

TEAM NOTES

  • After today’s results, the Union head into Decision Day next Sunday with 50 points, good for fourth place in the East … a win over New York City FC guarantees that Philadelphia will finish in third place and host a Knockout Round game on either October 31 or November 1 in the Audi 2018 MLS Cup Playoffs.
  • Today’s 90-minute performance from Auston Trusty moves him to a total of 2,970 minutes for the season … Trusty can become MLS’s youngest field player in history to play 3,060 minutes in the regular season with a 90-minute performance against NYCFC next Saturday.
  • The Union next play on Sunday, October 28 when they take on New York City FC at Yankee Stadium (4:30 p.m. ET/PHL17).

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