Anthony Fontana scores third game winning goal this season for Union
FOXBOROUGH, MA - The Philadelphia Union was on the road Monday night beating the New England Revolution 2-1. With the win, the Union now have 38 points, keeping them in second place in the Eastern Conference. An own goal in the 34' by Andrew Farrell gave the Union a 1-0 lead before half. Anthony Fontana scored his sixth goal of the season in the 69', making it his third goal against New England this year and . Andre Blake finished the game with seven saves, helping the Union get the three points. The Union are back home at Subaru Park on October 24 where they will face Toronto FC in a battle for first place. (7:30 p.m. ET / PHL17).
Philadelphia Union 2 - New England Revolution 1
Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, MA)
Monday, October 19, 2020
TODAY'S MATCH INFO
Referee: Rubiel Vazquez
Assistant Referees: Nick Uranga, Matthew Nelson
Fourth Official: Adam Kilpatrick
VAR: Jose Carlos Rivero
Weather: 51 degrees and clear
PHI - Andrew Farrell (own goal) 34'
PHI - Anthony Fontana (Monteiro) 69'
NER - Tajon Buchanan (Polster) 80'
PHI - Sergio Santos (caution) 57'
PHI - Jamiro Monteiro (caution) 87'
PHI - Matt Polster (caution) 90+2'
Philadelphia Union: Andre Blake; Ray Gaddis, Jakob Glesnes, Mark McKenzie, Kai Wagner (Matt Real 89'); Jack Elliott, Brenden Aaronson, Jamiro Monteiro, Anthony Fontana (Andrew Wooten 78'); Kacper Przybylko (Cory Burke 77'), Sergio Santos (Ilsinho 60')
Substitutes not used: Joe Bendik; Aurelien Collin, Olivier Mbaizo, Michee Ngalina, Cole Turner
New England Revolution: Matt Turner; Henry Kessler, Andrew Farrell, Alexander Büttner, DeJuan Jones; Lee Nguyen, Tommy McNamara (Diego Fagundez 59'), Scott Caldwell (Matt Polster 60'), Teal Bunbury, Tajon Buchanan; Adam Buksa
Substitutes not used: Brad Knighton; Michael Mancienne, Seth Sinovic, Kelyn Rowe, Kekuta Manneh, Antonio Mlinar, Brandon Bye
The Philadelphia Union are now unbeaten in their last four matches.
Ray Gaddis returned to the starting XI, making his first start since September 23 at FC Cincinnati.
Andre Blake made a total of seven saves in tonight's match.
Outside back Kai Wagner earned his 40th career start for the Union.
On his fifth start, Anthony Fontana scored his sixth goal of the season, making it his third goal against New England this year. Fontana is now second on the team in goals for the season.
Jamiro Monteiro registered a game winning assist tonight on his 45th start.
Forward Kacper Przybylko made his 45th career appearance for the club with his start at New England.
Cory Burke made his first appearance tonight. Burke last appeared for the Union on April 20, 2019, where he scored against the Montreal Impact.
The Union are back home at Subaru Park on October 24 where they will face Toronto FC in a battle for first place. (7:30 p.m. ET / PHL17).
• Discuss this story on the Major League Soccer message board...
Major League Soccer Stories from October 19, 2020
- Anthony Fontana scores third game winning goal this season for Union - Philadelphia Union
- Revolution Fall to Philadelphia Union, 2-1 - New England Revolution
- Earthquakes Weekly Update: October 19, 2020 - San Jose Earthquakes
- What to Watch for as Nashville SC Hosts FC Dallas in Nationally-Televised Battle - Nashville SC
- LAFC and Banc of California to Host Week-Long 'Banc of Resources' Virtual Content Series Beginning October 19 - Los Angeles FC
- Dignity Health Sports Park Campus to Serve as An 11-Day Los Angeles County Vote Center - LA Galaxy
- MNUFC Match against Chicago Fire Rescheduled - Minnesota United FC
- Chicago Fire FC Away Match against Minnesota United FC Rescheduled to November 4 - Chicago Fire FC
- Bojan Named MLS Player of the Week - Club de Foot Montreal
- A Historic Night, Lions Clinch First Playoff Berth in Club History - Orlando City SC
- Montreal Impact Midfielder Bojan Voted MLS Player of the Week - MLS
- Whitecaps FC's Nationwide Search for the ONe Commences on November 6 - Vancouver Whitecaps FC
- Lassi Lappalainen to Undergo Shoulder Surgery - Club de Foot Montreal
- Colorado Rapids, CRYSC Announce 2020 Recipients of the Dr. Bob Contiguglia Annual Scholarship - Colorado Rapids
- Major League Soccer Announces Steps to Combat Racism and Increase Black Representation - MLS
- FC Cincinnati Weekly Update: October 19, 2020 - FC Cincinnati
- Philadelphia Union Acquire International Roster Spot from Montreal Impact - Philadelphia Union
- Impact Acquires $50,000 in 2020 General Allocation Money - Club de Foot Montreal
- Sounders FC and San Jose Earthquakes Play to Gritty Stalemate in Northern California - Seattle Sounders FC
- LA Galaxy Postgame Notes and Quotes: LA Galaxy 1, Vancouver Whitecaps FC 0 - Sunday, October 18, 2020 - LA Galaxy
- Quakes hold Western Conference leaders to scoreless draw - San Jose Earthquakes
- LAFC Draws the Portland Timbers 1-1 on Sunday at Providence Park - Los Angeles FC
- 'Caps lose late to LA Galaxy on the road - Vancouver Whitecaps FC
- Timbers, Los Angeles FC Play to 1-1 Draw at Providence Park - Portland Timbers
- Loons Draw at Home - Minnesota United FC
The opinions expressed in this release are those of the organization issuing it, and do not necessarily reflect the thoughts or opinions of OurSports Central or its staff.
Other Recent Philadelphia Union Stories
- Union advance to Eastern Conference Finals of Audi 2021 MLS Cup Playoffs
- Philadelphia Union Announce 2022 Home Opener
- Glesnes scores extra time stoppage time goal; Union advance to Eastern Conference Semifinals
- Ground Broken on Rebuild Project at Capitolo Playground Fields
- Philadelphia Union Home Playoff Match Set for November 20, 2:30 p.m. Et