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In pictures: Philadelphia Union 4-1 Inter Miami CF

The Philadelphia Union hosted Inter Miami FC at Subaru Park on Unity night.

Alejandro Bedoya joined the starting line up giving him his 200th MLS appearance, the 3rd player in club history to reach the milestone, joining Ray Gaddis and Andre Blake. The Union took the lead early with a goal in the 14th minute from Jakob Glesnes, his first this season. Julián Carranza put the ball in the net in the 40th minute with an assist from Mikael Uhre, the latter’s 3rd assist of the season. In the closing minutes of the first half, Leon Flach scored his first goal of the year with an assist from Alejandro Bedoya. The second half brought a goal for Miami from Robert Taylor and an own goal credited to Miami’s David Ruiz.


A beautiful night to celebrate Unity at Subura Park.


The opening of the Unity night at the Union, Ashli Rice-Allen sings “Lift Every Voice and Sing” while a version of the Juneteenth flag is raised in the River End.


Kai Wagner wins the ball.


Leon Flach wins the ball with support from Mikael Uhre.


Noah Allen holds Julián Carranza while he tries to get a shot on goal. No foul is called.


Jakob Glesnes beats David Ruíz for header on the corner from Kai Wagner. This was the opening goal of the game.


Jakob Glesnes celebrates his goal off a corner from Kia Wagner.


José Martínez gets the first yellow card of the night after a hard tackle.


Ian Fray gets to the ball just before Mikael Uhre get a strike on the ball towards goal.


Celebrating Leon Flach’s goal, José Martínez jumps on the backs of Leon and Alejandro.


José Martínez wins the battle against David Ruíz.


Daniel Gazdag is taken down near the box by David Ruíz.


Fans celebrate as an own goal was made by Miami’s David Ruíz.


Jakob Glesnes nutmegs Nicolás Stefanelli while getting a pass to Julián Carranza.


Olivier Mbaizo gets tripped by Robbie Robinson as the brings the ball down the side of the field.


A fan from the River End made a special pastry to celebrate Jim Curtin’s Birthday. The entire River End sang to Jim as he left the field.


The Union will face Atlanta United FC on Sunday, July 2 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The game kicks off at 4:00 p.m. 

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