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News roundup: Union draw Orlando, Miami still winless, Beckham asks for patience

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Philadelphia Union

The Union drew Orlando City 1-1 in their Group A finale.

Consequently they will play the second place team from Group C.

Ray Gaddis is paying tribute to his late grandmother, who he lost to COVID-19. 


What each team has done well and needs to work on at MLS is Back.

NYCFC topped Inter Miami for third in Group A. 

David Beckham says be patient with Inter Miami.

Javier Hernandez is out of the MLS bubble with injury.

Chris Wondolowski is scoring again. 


Wolverhampton earned a 2-0 win over Crystal Palace.

Everton had a nice win over Sheffield United. 

Can Watford get a huge win over man city today? 


  1. Andy Muenz says:

    Toronto and New England played to a scoreless draw this morning which means that based on tonight’s (10:30 start) DC – Montreal game, the Union will play the following:
    A DC loss or draw means Union play New England.
    A DC win by 2 or more goals, or a 1 goal win by a 4-3 or higher score, Union play Toronto.
    A DC win by a 1-0 or 2-1 scoreline, Union play DC.
    A DC win by 3-2 means Union play whichever of DC or Toronto has more disciplinary points (which I believe will be DC based on 7 yellow cards compared to 1 for Toronto)

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