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Box Score: Real Salt Lake 4, Philadelphia Union 0

Match Recap: Real Salt Lake 4, Philadelphia Union 0

Union remain in first place in MLS’ Eastern Conference heading into home clash against Chicago Fire next weekend at Talen Energy Stadium

CHESTER, Pa. (July 13, 2019) – The Eastern Conference-leading Philadelphia Union fell on the road to Real Salt Lake at Rio Tinto Stadium. Andrew Wooten made his team debut for the Union, while Fabinho made his season debut for the club. The Union return to action next weekend with a home match on Saturday, July 20 vs. Chicago Fire (7:30 p.m. ET / PHL17).

Real Salt Lake 4 – Philadelphia Union 0
Rio Tinto Stadium (Sandy, UT)
Saturday, July 13, 2019
Referee: Silviu Petrescu
Assistant Referees: Oscar Mitchell-Carvalho, Claudiu Bedea
Fourth Official: Michael Radchuk
VAR: Allen Chapman
Attendance: 18,925
Weather: 78 degrees and cloudy

GOALS/ASSISTS
RSL – Jefferson Savarino (Aaron Herrera) 23’
RSL – Jefferson Savarino (Kyle Beckerman) 71’
RSL – Albert Rusnak (Jefferson Savarino) 81’
RSL – Damir Kreilach (Everton Luiz) 89‘

DISCIPLINARY SUMMARY
RSL – Sebastian Saucedo (caution) 17’
RSL – Damir Kreilach (caution) 24’
RSL – Kyle Beckerman (caution) 28’
PHI – Brenden Aaronson (caution) 35’
RSL – Aaron Herrera (caution) 61’

LINEUP
Philadelphia Union: Andre Blake; Raymon Gaddis, Jack Elliott, Auston Trusty, Fabinho; Haris Medunjanin; Alejandro Bedoya, Brenden Aaronson (Sergio Santos 46’); Marco Fabian (Anthony Fontana 65’); Kacper Przybylko, Fafa Picault (Andrew Wooten 76’)

Substitutes not used: Matt Freese; Aurelien Collin, RJ Allen

Real Salt Lake: Nick Rimando; Aaron Herrera, Marcelo Silva, Justen Glad, Brooks Lennon; Damir Kreilach, Everton Luiz, Kyle Beckerman (Nick Besler 83;), Sebastian Saucedo (Corey Baird 71’); Jefferson Savarino (Joao Plata 85’), Albert Rusnak

Substitutes not used: David Ochoa; Erik Holt, Justin Portillo, Tate Schmitt

TEAM NOTES

  • Andrew Wooten made his Union debut tonight … he becomes the 123rd player to appear in at least one regular-season game for Philadelphia.

The Union return to action with a home match on Saturday, July 20 vs. Chicago Fire (7:30 p.m. ET / PHL17).


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