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Game Thread: Philadelphia Union 1 New York Red Bulls 1, Full Time

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The Union shared a point with the Red Bulls for the second time this season at Red Bull Arena

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Lots of stoppage time but no end to the stalemate. It’s an identical 1-1 score line as it was in Harrison in July only Santos scored first this time and there was no goalkeeper red card.

88’ Now Elliott goes into the book. Card happy referee tonight.

86’ Yellows to Wagner and then Blake

74’ Gazdag and Aaronson in for Bedoya and Santos

72’ Santos puts the ball in the goal off a pass from Kacper but the flag was up.

71’ Another shot for the Red Bulls from Sean Davis but no trouble for Blake

69’ Wagner with a strike from distance that goes right at Coronel

64’ Reyes goes into the book taking out Santos

63’ Shot from Kyle Duncan but it’s right at Blake and he holds on.

58’ Thomas Barlow in for the Red Bulls for the goal scorer Fernandez. Union corner coming up.

46’ Second half is underway in Harrison

45’ Martinez goes into the book and he’ll miss the game Sunday. He earned it for his response to Casseras going down after he caught him with an incidental arm to the face.

37’ Omir Fernandez ties it up on a play that started with a free kick from Coronel and ended with a well-taken strike by Omir.

36’ Some lovely passing from the Union ends in a Coronel save on Miro off the feed from Kacper but Kacper was called offsides.

26’ Mbaizo gets nailed in the face by a ball from Tolkin. Ouch.

18’ Santos gets a gift on the corner from Miro and the Union lead 1-0

12’ Santos picks off a poor pass and races into the box but his cross doesn’t amount to much

8’ The Union with their first chance but Santos misses the ball across the box and it ends up with a Miro shot that is deflected out for a corner

6’ Red Bulls with their second shot on goal

4’ Casseras with a dangerous chance for the Union that misses just wide of the left post. Red Bulls already look more dangerous than Atlanta did on Saturday.

1’ Underway in New Jersey