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In pictures: Union 1-1 Fire

PSP photographer Earl Gardner’s look at Philadelphia Union’s draw with Chicago Fire.

Photo by Earl GardnerSheanon Williams and Aaron Wheeler horsing around pre-match.

Photo by Earl Gardner2014 SuperDraft pick Richie Marquez, who spent the season on loan to Harrisburg City Islanders, warms up with the team.

Photo by Earl Gardner“We flew all the way there…”

Photo by Earl GardnerThe teams take the pitch.

Photo by Earl GardnerAn early yellow card for Chicago.

Photo by Earl GardnerRay Gaddis defends.

Photo by Earl GardnerRais Mbohli barks orders.

Photo by Earl GardnerThe shot goes over the bar.

Photo by Earl GardnerChaco looks on.

Photo by Earl GardnerMoTown surveys the field.

Photo by Earl GardnerRay with a throw-in.

Photo by Earl GardnerPedro Ribeiro goes up for the ball.

Photo by Earl GardnerJim Curtin looks on.

Photo by Earl GardnerMbohli makes a save.

Photo by Earl GardnerBakary Soumare and Andrew Wenger hug it out.

Photo by Earl GardnerChaco takes a shot.

Photo by Earl GardnerAndrew Wenger threads the ball.

Photo by Earl GardnerVince moves the ball through the midfield.

Photo by Earl GardnerFred looks for the incoming service.

Photo by Earl GardnerFabinho works the left side.

Photo by Earl GardnerEdu fighting for it.

Photo by Earl GardnerCarlos Valdes working the backline.

Photo by Earl GardnerSean Johnson gathers the ball.

Photo by Earl GardnerBrian Brown’s rage face.

Photo by Earl GardnerCarlos clears the ball.

Photo by Earl GardnerVincent looks for an outlet.

Photo by Earl GardnerBaky and Brian Brown battle in the air. Advantage Baky.

Photo by Earl GardnerThe ball makes its way to Amobi’s foot.

Photo by Earl GardnerJoy.

Photo by Earl GardnerPain.

For additional photos please check out Earl Gardner’s Flickr page.

3 Comments

  1. james Lockerbie says:

    Still hurts, great pics!

  2. Earl you have brilliantly captured the entire season in those last two photos.

  3. Awesome shots as always, Earl. Like the one with the ball just about to be slammed into the back of the net by Amobi.

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