Metro defense collapses in Philly, 3:2
June 8, 2019 (Official Game Summary)

Philadelphia New York
Ilsinho 2
Romero Gamarra
06.08.19 · League

The Philadelphia Union erased a two-goal halftime deficit to defeat the New York Red Bulls 3-2 on Saturday night at Talen Energy Stadium.

The first half was all Red Bulls. A sensational first touch by Kyle Duncan on an overlapping run following a cross by Marc Rzatkowski set up Kaku, who ran into the path of the ball and fired low first-time inside the far post to make it 1-0 in the 29th minute.

Three minutes from halftime, Brian White doubled the visitors' advantage with his fourth goal of the season. White chased down a long ball by Alex Muyl and shielded off Jack Elliott before chipping over an onrushing Andre Blake, who was late coming off his line.

Ilsinho entered the game in the 53rd minute for Brenden Aaronson and immediately changed the game. He dribbled past Connor Lade on the right flank and played to Jamiro Monteiro, who fired past Luis Robles on the hour mark.

One minute later, the Brazilian leveled, again taking on Lade and Daniel Royer, splitting the pair before putting a shot that took a deflection off Sean Nealis.

After Robles made a diving save to deny Monteiro's penalty kick, the ball fell to Ilsinho, who sent it in to complete his brace in the 72nd minute.

Lineup: Robles, Lade, Tarek, Parker, Duncan, Davis, Rzatkowski, Muyl, Romero Gamarra, Royer, White. Subs: Nealis, Fernandez, Epps.

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