2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
3rd in Major League Soccer
Twellman expects a 'long night' for Red Bulls vs. Union (1:11)
7h
East top-seed NYCFC defeat Union on the road (1:04)
11d
Greg Bartram-USA TODAY Sports
18dReuters

Mokhtar, Santos help Crew sink Union

Youness Mokhtar and Pedro Santos scored second-half goals four minutes apart to lead the Columbus Crew to a 2-0 victory over the Philadelphia Union.

Columbus beat Philadelphia 2-0 (0:50)
18d
Philadelphia back in second after comeback in San Jose (2:09)
22d
Red Bulls make statement win ahead of playoffs (1:40)
25d
Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports
33dReuters

Vela scores in return, LAFC draw with Union

Carlos Vela scored his MLS leading 28th goal of the season, but LAFC settled for a 1-1 draw against the Philadelphia Union on Saturday night.

Vela scores in return as LAFC draw at Union (1:08)
33d
Union back atop the East after massive win over Atlanta (1:42)
47d
Union roll over struggling D.C. United (1:36)
54d
Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports
61dReuters

Nikolic scores two as Fire upend Union

Nemanja Nikolic scored both goals to lead the Chicago Fire to a 2-0 victory over the Philadelphia Union on Saturday night at Bridgeview, Ill.

Nikolic scores 2 for 10-man Fire to beat Union (1:30)
61d
Elliott header seals win for Union vs. Dynamo (0:59)
67d
Scott Taetsch-USA TODAY Sports
74dReuters

Fabian brace helps Union thump D.C., top East

Marco Fabian had two goals, Alejandro Bedoya, Kacper Przybylko and Fabrice-Jean Picault also scored goals as Philly thrashed 10-man D.C. United.

Union retake first place in the east after rout of D.C. (2:19)
74d
Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images
74dESPN News Services

Bedoya calls out Congress on shootings after goal

Philadelphia Union captain Alejandro Bedoya used goal celebration in Sunday's MLS game at D.C. United to call on Congress to act on gun violence.

RankingsMajor League Soccer

Goal Difference8Tied-5th
Goals Scored58Tied-3rd
Assists423rd
Goals Conceded5012th