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March 30, 2024 - Major League Soccer (MLS)
Philadelphia Union News Release

CHESTER, Pa. - The Philadelphia Union returned to Subaru Park to face Minnesota United FC on Saturday afternoon, resulting in a 2-0 win. Midfielder Daniel Gazdag gave the Union the early lead when he scored his 43rd Union career goal from defender Kai Wagner's cross in the 16th minute. The Union extended the lead in the 84th minute when forward Julian Carranza scored his third MLS goal of the season.

The Union travel to GEODIS Park to face Nashville SC on Saturday, April 6 (8:30 p.m. ET/ Apple TV).

Philadelphia Union 2 - Minnesota United FC 0

Subaru Park (Chester, PA)

Saturday, March 30, 2024


REF: Sergii Boiko

AR1: Jason White

AR2: Adam Wienckowski

4TH: Jeremy Scheer

VAR: Carol Anne Chenard

Ast. VAR: Joshua Patlak

Weather: 49 degrees and partly cloudy


PHI - Daniel Gazdag (Elliott, Wagner) 16'

PHI - Julian Carranza (Bedoya) 84'


PHI - Jose Martinez (caution) 64'

MIN - Hassani Dotson (caution) 69'

PHI - Nathan Harriel (caution) 90'+5'


Philadelphia Union: Andre Blake ( Oliver Semmle 74'); Kai Wagner, Jack Elliott, Jakob Glesnes, Nathan Harriel; Jose Martinez, Jack McGlynn, Quinn Sullivan (Jesus Bueno 90'+8') , Daniel Gazdag (Chris Donovan 89'); Mikael Uhre ( Alejandro Bedoya 66'), Julian Carranza.

Substitutes not used: Olivier Mbaizo, Damion Lowe, Jesus Bueno, Jeremy Rafanello, Tai Baribo, Markus Anderson.

Minnesota United FC: Dayne St. Clair; Devin Padelford, Michael Boxall; Joseph Rosales, Wil Trapp (Alejandro Bran 70'), Robin Lod (Franco Fragapane 84') , DJ Taylor ( Victor Eriksson 84'), Caden Clark (Bongokuhle Hlongwane 60'), Hassani Dotson (Moses Nyeman 90'+3') ; Teemu Pukki (Tanitoluwa Oluwaseyi 70'), Jeong Sang-Bin.

Substitutes not used: Clint Irwin, Morris Duggan, Hugo Bacharach.


Defender Kai Wagner registered his 42nd career assist with the Union.

Midfielder Daniel Gazdag scored his 43rd Union career goal and third goal of the regular season against Minnesota.

Forward Julian Carranza scored his third goal of the MLS season.

The Union are the only team in MLS to score in five of their opening six matches of the season.

The Union travel to GEODIS Park to face Nashville SC on Saturday, April 6 (8:30 p.m. ET/ Apple TV).

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