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Rate the U Results: Ratings reflect ugly loss in Chicago

Jack Elliott had the highest average rating from our Community Player Ratings poll but only because someone had to

MLS: Philadelphia Union at Chicago Fire Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

An ugly and frustrating loss to the Chicago Fire, where the Union were unable to mount a comeback despite being up a man for the entire second half was reflected in the Community Player Ratings poll.

Jack Elliott finished with the highest rating at 3.14 but only because someone had to finish with the highest rating. He was one of only two players to have an average rating of better than 3.

One caveat is that there was low participation in the poll. Rather than take out the frustration by handing out low ratings to players, some people just opted out altogether with only 37 responses.

Aurelien Collin had the lowest rating with just a 1.51 average and Andrew Wooten and Fafa Picault both had sub-2 average ratings. If there was a night where the Union could have used Wooten showing his 2. Bundesliga form it was on Saturday night in Bridgeview, but it wasn’t meant to be.

Rate the U Results: Chicago Fire - August 17, 2019

Player Total Avg. Rating
Player Total Avg. Rating
Jack Elliott 116 3.14
Jamiro Monteiro 113 3.05
Kai Wagner 110 2.97
Ilsinho 102 2.76
Alejandro Bedoya 99 2.68
Kacper Przybylko 96 2.59
Andre Blake 91 2.46
Haris Medunjanin 90 2.43
Brenden Aaronson 86 2.32
Warren Creavalle 82 2.22
Ray Gaddis 80 2.16
Marco Fabian 76 2.05
Fafa Picault 72 1.95
Andrew Wooten 71 1.92
Aurelien Collin 56 1.51