The Philly Soccer Page " KYW Philly Soccer Show: Union fight back
This week’s KYW Philly Soccer Show podcast comes on the heels of Wednesday’s 4–4 comeback thriller at PPL Park. The Union, facing a 4–1 deficit at halftime, rallied to earn a 4–4 draw against the New England Revolution. The Philadelphia team was powered by two goals from Sebastian Le Toux, who has three tallies in the last two games.
Alot of draws feel like something other than a draw- like the draws against huge opponents whom everyone was sure would streamroll your team, or the draws that just barely secure your team’s spot in a playoff or tournament. Those feel like wins, the euphoria comparable to or better than an actual victory.
I am still recovering from this one folks. I an pretty sure my heart stopped on at least 3 occasions. I am not exactly sure what happened so I will break down the entire experience.
4-4. That’s how the boxscore of Union vs New England Revolution reads.
The Philadelphia Union played their Hurricane Irene rescheduled game against the New England Revolution on Wednesday night.
For optimists, some positives could be found in the Union's 4-4 Major League Soccer draw Wednesday with the visiting New England Revolution. But they don't override the negative concerning a defense that has continued a recent pattern of sloppy play.
IT WAS supposed to be a fun, carefree soccer game, but Katie's dad was sapping the enjoyment right out of it.
It was an up-and-down contest of the most extreme variety on Wednesday, but the high-scoring draw against the New England Revolution, albeit disappointing, managed to hand the struggling Union multiple reasons to be optimistic.
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