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Rate the U: The Union vs NYFC and New England Revolution

Rate the Individual performances of the Philadelphia Union players and head coach Jim Curtin. 

MLS: Philadelphia Union at New York City FC Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

The Philadelphia Union got back to work last week after having the chance to enjoy a couple of weeks off for the Gold Cup. The Union have started the second half of their season a little flat footed and were only able to salvage 1 point out of a possible 6 toward the MLS Playoff Race.

The first game was last Wednesday night against New England Revolution in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Playing down by a goal since the 31st minute, The Union were able to win possession and tie the game in the 84th minute when Kacper Pryzbylko was able to finish a crossed ball that took a deflection after speedy Fafa Picault sent a ball a crossed the 6 yard box.

The Union then traveled to the Yankee Stadium to play NYFC. This was a frustrating game as Philadelphia came out strong with a great goal by Fafa Picault after receiving a beautiful lofted pass from Jamiro Monteiro. The Union were able to go up 2-1 by the end of the first half and all that this was in the bag.

The Union ended up loosing Saturday night when New York were awarded 2 questionable penalty kicks at the spot against the rookie Matt Freese. Shifting momentum of the game The Union were caught on their heels.

How would you rathe the individual performances of the Philadelphia Union and head coach Jim Curtin?

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