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HIGHLIGHTS: Philadelphia Union 2 - 2 Seattle Sounders

A 2-2 tie had incredible bouts of excitement and disappointment for both the Union and Sounders at PPL Park on Saturday.

There was plenty to discuss after head referee Jorge Gonzalez blew the final whistle on the 2-2 tie between the Philadelphia Union and Seattle Sounders. Four goals, three red cards, multiple cautions and a blown hand ball call in the closing moments were all talking points that left both teams wondering what could have been.

Philadelphia's frustration was felt through head coach John Hackworth's post game rant about the referee's performance during the game, which you can read on the Brotherly Game by clicking here.

On top of the chaotic final ten minutes of the game, Union starting center back Jeff Parke pulled up lame after defending a Sounders attack and was forced out of the game in favor of substitute Gabriel Farfan.

For anyone who was unable to watch the game yesterday, please take about nine minutes out of your day today or tomorrow to watch the highlights above. It's worth your while with everything that happened and is definitely something to discuss at the water cooler at work or among friends during your free time.