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Philadelphia Union Ousted by New England Revolution 2-0

November 24, 2020 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - Philadelphia Union News Release

CHESTER, Pa. - The Philadelphia Union hosted the New England Revolution Tuesday night at Subaru Park for the first round of the playoffs, falling 2-0. In the first half, the New England Revolution netted 2 goals in 4 minutes. The Union dominated the second half in possession, but New England's defense held down their 2-0 lead. Despite the loss, the Union ended their season as first ever Supporters' Shield winners, had the most wins at home in franchise history, and qualified for the CONCACAF Champions League for next season.

Philadelphia Union 0 - New England Revolution 2

Subaru Park (Chester, PA)

Tuesday, November 24, 2020


Referee: Joe Dickerson

Assistant Referees: Kathryn Nesbitt, Adam Wienckowski

Fourth Official: Fotis Bazakos

VAR: Dave Gantar

AVAR: Craig Lowry

Weather: 40 degrees and cloudy


NER - Adam Buksa (Carles Gil) 26'

NER - Tajon Buchanan (Carles Gil) 30'


PHI - Kacper Przybylko (caution) 36'

PHI - Kai Wagner (caution) 73'

NER - Matthew Polster (caution) 88'


Philadelphia Union: Andre Blake; Mark McKenzie, Jakob Glesnes, Kai Wagner, Ray Gaddis (Anthony Fontana 76'); Jose Martinez (Ilsinho 45'); Alejandro Bedoya, Brenden Aaronson (Jack Elliott 62' ), Jamiro Monteiro; Sergio Santos (Cory Burke 62'), Kacper Przybylko

Substitutes not used: Matt Freese, Warren Creavalle, Andrew Wooten, Anthony Fontana, Matt Real, Aurelien Collin

New England Revolution: Matt Turner; Andrew Farrell, Henry Kessler, Matthew Polster, DeJuan Jones; Scott Caldwell, Gustavo Bou (Thomas McNamara 78'), Teal Bunbury (Kelyn Rowe 66'), Carles Gil ( Michael Mancienne 89'); Adam Buksa (Justin Rennicks 89'), Tajon Buchanan

Substitutes not used: Seth Sinovic, Brad Knighton, Antonio Delamea, Kekuta Manneh, Lee Nguyen

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