clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Game Thread: Philadelphia Union 2 New York Red Bulls 0, Full Time

The Union lead 2-0 in New Jersey

MLS: Philadelphia Union at New York Red Bulls Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports


Full Time: Union reach 17 wins for the first time, 7 wins on the road for the first time, Andre Blake gets his 13th clean sheet and the Union lead the Supporters’ Shield race with LAFC to play tomorrow

90’+3 Dru Yearwood gets frustrated and kicks the ball into the stands and gets a deserved two yellows for it. He went into the stands to check on the fan but there’s no excuse for that.

88’ Paxten Aaronson in for Uhre who had another great night with a goal and an assist

83’ Gazdag goes into the book for the fourth Union yellow of the night

74’ GOAL! Carranza forces another turnover and plays it to Uhre who plays it to Daniel Gazdag for the Hungarian’s 18th of the season.

69’ Coronel off his line to deny Bedoya after Carranza wins the ball and plays it into the box for Uhre, who set up Ale

58’ Bedoya in for Real, Carranza in for Burke

57’ Some way, somehow Red Bull are denied. Blake magic on full display on that sequence.

56’ Some chaos now as the Red Bull have multiple bites at the apple leading to a free kick

54’ Manoel with a big chance but Burke does well to knock him off balance and his shot is way wide

48’ GOAL Uhre! What a through ball from Jack McGlynn

46’ Here we go second half

45’+3 There’s the halftime whistle; looked like the Union might bag one in first half stoppage time as they’ve been known to do but they’ll settle for a scoreless 45

45’ Matt Real with a long range strike sails just wide

43’ Morgan all alone in the D off the corner but Glesnes is there to deflect it out. Huge block.

36’ Elliott goes into the book for a foul at midfield on a counter. Both Union center backs now on yellows.

32’ Cory Burke goes into the book

22’ Another chance for the Red Bull but Blake does well to deny a back heel attempt

17’ Yearwood with a shot but Blake dives easily to his left to make the save

15’ Red Bull keeper Coronel coming way off his line to deny a chance for the Union

8’ Jakob Glesnes goes into the book with a clip on Manoel. Free kick from a dangerous spot coming up for Red Bull

1’ Underway in New Jersey

Starting Lineups

Matt Real with a surprise start, Cory Burke is in for Julian Carranza and Jack McGlynn replaces Alejandro Bedoya. Jose Martinez gets a rest with Leon Flach filling in at the six and Nathan Harriel is starting at right back.


Referee: Timothy Ford
Ast. Referee 1: Brian Dunn
Ast. Referee 2: Ryan Graves
Fourth official: Luis Arroyo
VAR: Kevin Stott
Ast. VAR: Michael Kampmeinert

How to Watch

New York Red Bulls vs Philadelphia Union
September 3, 2022
Red Bull Arena, Harrison, N.J.
Streaming: (in-market), ESPN+ (out of market)