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News roundup: Union fall to Inter Miami, Austin FC get first win, McKenzie and Steffen win trophies

Philadelphia Union 

The Union fell 2-1 in their home opener to Inter Miami FC.

What they’re saying in South Florida. 

National coverage of the match.

Union II earned a 4-2 win over Loudoun United on Sunday in a scrimmage.



A recap of all the action in the second week of the MLS season. 

After scoring a brace last weekend, Javier Hernandez followed it up with a hat trick. 

Austin FC got their first win in MLS history. 

David Ochoa has Minnesota very mad.

Did Chris Wondolowski deserve to be sent off for this tackle?


Former Union man Mark McKenize and Genk are Belgian Cup Champions. 

Downingtown native Zach Steffen won the English League Cup with Manchester City. 

Bayern Munich were shocked on the road at Mainz.

Chelsea got a win thanks to a Timo Werner goal. 

Meanwhile former Super League teams Liverpool and Manchester United walked away with draws this weekend.


  1. Following up Union 2’s comeback win against Loudoun Sunday afternoon, there is now a recap with a Union 2 starting lineup and two subs (don’t know if there were more). https://www.philadelphiaunion.com/news/union-2-battles-back-to-defeat-loudoun-united-fc
    Aaronson and Ranjitsingh apparently did not participate, suggesting they may have gone to Atlanta for practice purposes probably, given how Jim Curtin likes to practice the day before a match (real intensity, but no anaerobic energy expenditure.)
    Also, of interest Union 2 now have a match away to Loudoun United Saturday May 8th at 2 PM. It fills a gap for Loudon between its league opener on May 2 and its next league game May 18, which probably explains its existence. It is two MLS 2 teams doing each other favors, after one has left the other’s league.

  2. I think Mark McKenzie is the first player to win a domestic cup trophy in Europe in the season immediately following a MLS trophy since Roger Espinosa.

    Not bad.

  3. Andy Muenz says:

    Just saw the schedule for CCL tomorrow and I have to ask WTF? Why does Toronto have a 10pm start in Florida? I mean I understand trying to avoid overlaps in the games but 10pm????

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