Fabian Herbers and Chris Pontius guided the Union to a come-from-behind draw against New York Red Bulls.
Philadelphia Union tore apart a DC United side that echoed the 2015 Union in organization and self-belief.
Philadelphia Union created and gave up few opportunities in a slog that was ended by Cristian Maidana's last second blast.
The Union midfield is in transition. PSP's Adam Cann breaks down that transition after the Union's 3-2 loss to Vancouver, why the Union are now surrendering so many goals, and why the attack is so exciting to watch.
Make no mistake: Alberg was the story. His finishing, movement, "dirty running," and awareness were sublime. But there was a lot more to like about the Union performance than just their hat trick hero.
Philadelphia Union came out of the gate flat against NYCFC on Saturday, falling prey to the great play of a talented rookie and a trio of savvy vets.
The Union dominated the Columbus midfield and go into the Copa America break at the top of the Eastern Conference.
The Union and Rapids confirmed a lot of stereotypes about American soccer in what was mostly a staid game, until suddenly it wasn't. PSP's Adam Cann offers analysis and player ratings for Saturday's 1-1 draw.
Nobody had a great night as Orlando City, Philadelphia, and Sorin Stoica struggled through an ugly, messy midweek matchup.
Richie Marquez stole three points for the Union as a sloppy match revealed how the Union have grown since 2015 and how far they have to go to make a run in this season's playoffs.
After giving up points at home to Los Angeles, Philadelphia Union snatched a point from Eastern Conference leading Montreal Impact with a tough road performance.
Two wonderful goals from LA Galaxy canceled out Philadelphia Union's strong performance as the teams split points on Wednesday night.
The Union were the better side, but they stumbled to the finish line as San Jose roared back after going a man down.
The Union were far from their best, but a huge effort from CJ Sapong and Tranquillo Barnetta's return to the lineup helped the Philly go to 3-0 at home this season.
Sigi Schmid made the right adjustments as Seattle grew into the match and nabbed three points in a closely contested match.
Tranquillo Barnetta stole three points for the Union after an evenly contested match looked destined to end in a draw.
Harsh conditions and a red card conspired with Chicago Fire to end the Union's two match win streak. Although there were few outstanding performances, the trend of playing mostly mistake-free soccer continued.
The Union were very good defensively in their second win of the season, but there is plenty of work still to be done.
The Union's defensive organization gave them a chance to win on Saturday, and Chris Pontius did the rest.
The rest of the season won't be this bad. But without some quickfire adjustments, next week could be.
In a physical final match, Philly showed that there is hope for the future in a rugged, efficient performance.
The Union were mentally weak as a quick New York strike rendered the next 89 minutes moot.
To cap a disappointing week, the Union fell to a flawed Toronto side as Andrew Wenger auditioned for a fullback spot.
The Union sat back and absorbed New England's pressure. They earned a point through Andre Blake's heroism and Fernando Aristeguieta's fine finish, but they will need to transition with much more success to trouble Sporting Kansas City on Wednesday.
A poor showing from Houston gave Union fans a glimpse of the potential a fully loaded midfield offers. The return of Mo Edu led to unnecessary questions about his best position.
When a talented team executes their gameplan perfectly, there is not much an opponent can do. The Crew are a talented team, and the Union could not recover after being pinned back the entire first half.
Conor Casey saved the day when it looked like a dire match was going to be decided by a wild handball.
It was more of the same as Philly's tactical issues were punished by New England's talented young attack.
Philadelphia Union conceded possession but not goals, and in doing so they broke a five match winless streak.
The Fire, the Union, Mark Geiger... nobody won on Sunday as the teams at the bottom of the Eastern Conference flashed their potential and their flaws in front of a rightly disappointed PPL Park crowd.
The Union smothered Orlando's offensive duo but struggled to generate their own chances as they settled for a scoreless draw.
New York targeted the left channel, and Shaun Wright-Phillips won his mano-y-mano matchup with Ray Gaddis in the second half. Philly heads to Orlando desperately in need of an identity and a win.
Ben Olsen used Fabinho's arm injury late in the first half to tinker with his team shape. It paid off almost immediately and the Union never regained a foothold in the match.
Toronto turned the tables on the Union, shutting down Philly's playmakers and striking on their best move of the match.
A collection of stellar performances were rightly overshadowed by Andrew Wenger's first goal of the season as the Union made their dominance count against a flaccid opponent.
The weather dominated the day, as the Union were forced to settle for a 2-2 draw against the visiting Impact.
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No doubt it was an eventful start to the game with Mother Nature dominating early, then again at halftime,by lighting up the sky above Gillette Stadium before the Revolution scored twice late to claim a 2-0 win over the Dynamo. The game was delayed twice for a total of 170 minutes.
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It was a complete performance from start to finish by the Revolution, who dominated a lackluster Toronto team in a 3-1 victory on Saturday. The game was practically over at the half when the guests went down to 10 men with the straight red given to Jozy Altidore minutes before halftime with the home side up 2-0.
It´s not many times you have one man play so brilliantly to win a game for Newcastle United, but that´s exactly what happened yesterday when Rob Elliot put in a magnificent performance at Bournemouth to keep his second clean sheet in a row and get Newcastle only our second win of the season and our [.