Thursday, September 8, 2011

Union Shuts Out Revolution In Reserve League Play

After their Major League Soccer teams played to a 4-4 draw Wednesday night at PPL Park, the host Philadelphia Union snapped a six-game winless streak in MLS Reserve League play Thursday at Widener University with a 2-0 win over the New England Revolution.

Jack McInerney scored in the 25th minute off assists by Kyle Nazakawa and Joe Tait and Danny Mwanga had an unassisted goal in the 45th minute.

The Union are now 2-5-1 with seven points and are in fourth place in the East Division, while the Revolution are 4-4-1 with 13 points and in second place.

Both teams face the Columbus Crew in their next game -- Philadelphia hosting them September 18, New England doing the same in their Reserve League finale October 16.

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