Philadelphia Union II took on New England Revolution II at Gillette Stadium on Friday night, falling 1-0. With the loss, Union II are now in third place in the Eastern Conference with 15 points. In the first half, Meny Silva opened the scoring in the 34th minute on a strike from the left side of the box to the bottom left corner of the net to give New England the lead. Union II’s best chances of the match came from Stefan Stojanovic and Chris Donovan on consecutive second half possessions. Union II outshot New England 15 to 13 but couldn’t find the equalizer.

Union II are back on the road at York Lions Stadium where they will play Toronto FC II on Saturday, June 11th (8:00 p.m. ET / MLSNEXTPro.com). 

New England Revolution II (1) – Philadelphia Union II (0)
Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, MA)
Friday, May 27, 2022

TODAY’S MATCH INFO

Referee: Joshua Encarnacion
Assistant Referees: Ian Mangione, Alexandru Focea
Fourth Official: Kenneth Rojas
Weather: 71 degrees and cloudy.

GOALS/ASSISTS

NE – Meny Silva (Ryan Lima) 34’

DISCIPLINARY SUMMARY

PHI – Nathan Nkanji (caution) 24’
NE – Noel Buck (caution) 26’
PHI – Francis Westfield (caution) 32’
PHI – Boubacar Diallo (caution) 49’
NE – Italo (caution) 90+1’

LINEUP

Philadelphia Union II: Joe Bendik; Francis Westfield (Jackson Gilman 77’), Nathan Nkanji, Brandan Craig, Anthony Sorenson; Cole Turner; Jack Jasinski (Nelson Pierre 77’), Boubacar Diallo (Ian Abbey 69’); Bajung Darboe (Carlos Paternina 62’ ); Chris Donovan, Stefan Stojanovic (Jose Riasco 69’).

Substitutes not used: Andrew Rick; Juan Perdomo, Maike Villero, Anthony Ramirez.

New England Revolution II: Jacob Jackson; Colby Quinones, Michael DeShields, Pierre Cavet, Italo; Jake Rozhansky; Ryan Lima (Jack Panayotou 57’), Michel, Noel Buck (Trevor Zweltsloot 68’), Meny Silva (Hikaru Fujiwara 57’); Marcos Dias (Esmir Bajraktarevic 87’).

Substitutes not used: Marzuq Puckerin; Maxwell Weinstein, Sean O’Hearn.

Team Notes

  • Goalkeeper Joe Bendik made his first career appearance for Union II with tonight’s start.

Union II are back on the road at York Lions Stadium where they will play Toronto FC II on Saturday, June 11th (8:00 p.m. ET / MLSNEXTPro.com).