Box Score: Hartford Athletic 3, Philadelphia Union II 2

Box Score: Philadelphia Union II 2, Hartford Athletic 3

Yomi Scintu and Axel Picazo score their first goals of 2020 as Union II nearly take down Group A leaders Hartford Athletic

HARTFORD, Conn. (July 25, 2020) – The Philadelphia Union II took on Hartford Athletic on the road, Saturday night, falling 3-2 in a well-played match. Union II came out on fire scoring two goals in the first 16 minutes of the match. Yomi Scintu opened the scoring in the fourth minute after getting on an errant Hartford pass caused by great pressure from Nathan Harriel. Philadelphia went up 2-0 in the 16th minute after Axel Picazo finished a great cross from Danny Torres. Hartford would take the lead in the 53rd minute on hold to win the match. Union II is back on the road Saturday, August 1 to take on Pittsburgh Riverhounds as the Keystone State rivalry moves to Highmark Stadium (7:30 p.m. ET /ESPN+).

Philadelphia Union II 2 – Hartford Athletic 3
Dillion Stadium (Hartford, Conn.)
Saturday, July 25, 2020
Referee: Thomas Snyder
Assistant Referee: Sean Lyons, Eric Schreiber
4th Official: Jeremy Scheer
Weather: 89 degrees and partly cloudy

PHI – Yomi Scintu 4’
PHI – Axel Picazo (Danny Flores) 16’
HFD – Gabriel Torres (Danny Barrera) 39’
HFD – Mads Jorgensen 43’
HFD – Ever Guzman (Danny Barrera) 53’

HFD – Mateus Silva (caution) 29’
HFD – Connor McGlynn (caution) 66’
PHI – Steve Kingue (caution) 90’+7’


Philadelphia Union II: Ben Martino; Isaa Rayyan, Dante Huckaby, Jamoi Topey, Ben Ofeimu, Nathan Harriel (Brandan Craig, 59’); Jack McGlynn, Axel Picazo (Paxten Aaronson, 59’), David Rabadan (Steve Kingue, 87’); Selmir Miscic (Quinn Sullivan, 59), Yomi Scintu (Danny Flores 8’)

Substitutes not used: Mitchell Budler

Hartford Athletic: Parfait Mandanda; Matheus Silva, Kevin Politz, Sam Strong; Danny Barrera (Alfonso Vazquez, 88), Conor McGlynn, Gabriel Torres, Arthur Rogers (Alejandro Lara, 76’), Mads Jorgensen; Tyreke Johnson (Nicky Downs, 89’), Ever Guzman (Andre Deas, 64’)

Substitutes not used: Alex Davey, Aiden Mesias, Michael Novotny


  • Sibling rivalry was a theme in Hartford tonight. Union II’s Jack McGlynn got the start and faced off against his brother Connor McGlynn who started for Hartford Athletic. Both brothers played the full 90, with Jack completing 78% of his passes, creating two scoring chances and winning five duels. Connor picked up a yellow card in the 67th minute after fouling his brother. Paxten Aaronson, younger brother of Philadelphia Union’s Brenden Aaronson, saw action tonight as well completing 80% of his passes, winning two duels and winning two tackles in 31 minutes of action.
  • Axel Picazo has been dynamic for Union II this season and that continued against Hartford Athletic. Picazo put in a strong 59 minutes, completing 11 passes, winning two duels, and scoring his first goal of the season. He leads Union II in shots and shots on goal with seven and five, respectively.
  • Forward Yomi Scintu opened the scoring for Union II, his first goal of the season and his second career goal for Philadelphia. He also picked up and assists in the match against Red Bulls earlier this week, having now played a part in two of three Union goals this season.

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