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In pictures: Union 6–1 Revolution

PSP photographer Dan Gajdamowicz shares his look at Philadelphia Union’s win over New England Revolution.

Star Wars in the house.

Starting XI.

Auston Trusty clearing the ball.

Incredible save by Carlos Coronel.

Jack Elliott scores the goal.

Not nice!

Equalizer by Caicedo.

Sons of Ben in full force.

Brenden Aaronson with a hip injury.

Mandatory selfie with the Phang.

Ilsinho flips the ball over Cropper’s shoulder and scores.

Kai Wagner is back after suspension.

Sergio Santos celebrates his first goal.

Sergio Santos scores again.

Przybylko celebrates scoring his third of the season.

Great night for the fans.

David Accam makes it 6-1.

3 Comments

  1. Inquiring Minds Want to Know says:

    Great captures, Daniel!
    .
    Who were the two extra people in the starting XI? 🙂

    • Andy Muenz says:

      The “season ticket holder of the match” gets to take part in the pregame team photo. They announce the name at halftime but since it wasn’t me, I didn’t put it in my memory. (not that I would want to win since I’d miss the first couple of minutes of the game walking halfway around the stadium to get to my seat).

  2. Any pictures of the team holding up Burke’s jersey after Elliott’s goal? The TV broadcast didn’t show it

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