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In pictures: Philadelphia Union 3-0 FC Cincinnati

All photos credit Paul Rudderow

PSP photographer Paul Rudderow was on hand Wednesday night as the Philadelphia Union woke up in the second half and kept their home winning streak alive by defeating FC Cincinnati 3-0. Here’s what he saw.

Jakob Glesnes helping out on offense.

Sergio Santos flashes up the wing.

Andre Blake stones Jurgen Locadia.

Anthony Fontana weaves his way through the defense.

Alejandro Bedoya shields off Yuya Kubo.

Fontana cuts to the middle and rings the post.

Haris Medunjanin can’t keep pace with Bedoya.

Blake cuts off the cross.

Bedoya waits for the play to develop.

Nice to see Kai Wagner back on the field.

Kacper Przybylko helping out on the defensive corner.

Jamiro Monteiro is to quick for Joseph-Claude Gyau.

Blake clearing the box.

Brenden Aaronson winding up for the shot.

Ilsinho buries one in the back of the net.

The goal puts a knife in the heart of Cincinnati.

Ilsinho sizes up another victim.

Mark McKenzie taking no prisoners.

Another swing and a miss.

Aaronson flies down the wing and squares over to Bedoya.

Who volleys one for the second goal.

Warren Creavalle adds a touch of defense.

Jack Elliott with a nice flick to make it 3-0.

Elliott is flying now.

Creavalle turns away Kamohelo Mokotjo.

Andrew Wooten with a short cameo.

Przybylko helping to kill the clock.

Not the outcome Medunjanin was hoping for at his old home field.

For more photos, check out Paul’s Flickr page and feel free to leave comments.

One Comment

  1. Good captures, Paul!

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