Philadelphia Union II took on Toronto FC II at York Lions Stadium on Saturday night, losing 1-0. With the loss, Union II are now in fifth place in the Eastern Conference with 15 points. In the first half, goalkeeper Matt Freese recorded five saves to hold Toronto FC II scoreless despite Toronto outshooting Philadelphia ten to three. Toronto FC II midfielder Nakye Greenidge-Duncanscored a stoppage-time goal in the second half on a strike to the bottom left corner to give Toronto the 1-0 victory.

Union II are back at home where they will play Chicago Fire II on Sunday, June 19th (2:00 p.m. ET /

Toronto FC II (1) – Philadelphia Union II (0)
York Lions Stadium (Toronto, ON)
Saturday, June 11, 2022


Referee: Youcef Boumsied
Assistant Referees: Jason Olinski, Brad Doubrough
Fourth Official: Fabrizio Stasolla
Weather: 70 degrees and cloudy.


TOR – Nakye Greenidge-Duncan (unassisted) 90+2’


PHI – Jose Riasco (caution) 24’
TOR – Kadin Chung (caution) 40’
TOR – Ralph Priso (caution) 58’
TOR – Rohan Goulbourne (caution) 66’
PHI – Carlos Paternina (caution) 77’
PHI – Jesus Bueno (caution) 82’
PHI – Jack Jasinski (caution) 89’
TOR – Steffen Yeates (caution) 90’


Philadelphia Union II: Matt Freese; Frank Westfield, Cole Turner, Jack Jasinski, Anton Sorenson; Ian Abbey (Anthony Ramirez 90’), Jesus Bueno, Boubacar Diallo; Bajung Darboe (Carlos Paternina 61’); Chris Donovan, Jose Riasco (Nelson Pierre 61’).

Substitutes not used: Brooks Thompson; Maike Villero.

Toronto FC II: Luka Gavran; Rohan Goulbourne, Antony Curic (Nakye Greenidge-Duncan 68’), Klaidi Cela (Joshua Gordon 61’); Kadin Chung (Kundai Mawoko 68’), Alonso Coello Camarero, Ralph Priso, Themi Antonoglou; Stefan Karajovanovic (Steffen Yeates 68’), Jordan Perruzza (Julian Altobelli 89’), Paul Rothrock.

Substitutes not used: Baj Maan; Mehdi Essoussi, Markus Cimermancic.

Union II are back at home where they will play Chicago Fire II on Sunday, June 19th (2:00 p.m. ET /