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In pictures: Philadelphia Union 2-3 Orlando City SC

All photos credit Paul Rudderow

PSP photographer Paul Rudderow was on hand Saturday night as the Philadelphia Union continued their winless ways by losing to Orlando City 2-3. The Union took an early lead but conceded three unanswered goals. Take a peek at what he saw.

Jakob Glesnes heads the ball out of danger.

Jim Curtin did not seem very happy with the first half.

Nathan Harriel created separation.

Quinn Sullivan settles as he pushes forward.

Jose Martinez tries to use the force.

Duncan McGuire beats Damian Lowe for a heading goal.

Martinez crosses fields.

I’m really, really getting tired of these.

Lowe tracks down a loose ball.

Daniel Gazdag scores the first penalty kick.

Mikael Uhre looks for the call that never came.

Sullivan takes a shot.

Just have to love Gazdag.

Harriel gets taken down in the box.

Gazdag gets ready for the second penalty kick. Maybe he should have use his right hand.

Sullivan was active all night.

Chris Donovan got out stretched.

Uhre heads forwards.

Kia Wagner looking for a way to goal.

Alejandro Bedoya played the whole 108 minutes.

Uhre had a strong game, but couldn’t get the equalizer.

Tai Baribo got a few minutes at the end of the game.

Jack McGlynn had a quiet night.

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

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