Union Battle with Inter Miami to Draw

Fort Lauderdale, FL: As we know in sports there are going to be ups and downs and that is what we have with both the Philadelphia Union & Inter Miami CF as they went to battle on Sunday Night from DRV PNK Stadium in Fort Lauderdale, FL. The Union come into the game off a bad loss to Orlando City while Inter Miami is trying to figure out what happened in their 5-0 loss

Lineups:

Union:

Inter Miami

In the first half, both teams would have their chances to make some plays but Inter Miami would have the better chances as the Union were looking lost and confused out there

One of the better scoring chances for Inter Miami in the first half

The game would be scoreless at halftime as the Union just could not make the on the money passes and smart plays 

In the second half, things would look different as both Inter Miami & Philly came out aggressive and started to make the plays they could not been made.

Inter Miami would get the scoring started in the the 70th minute by Robbie Robinson

Late in the second half with the Union down 1-0, the Union would make one of their subs and it would pay off as Quinn Sullivan would setup Kacper Przybylko for the game tying goal in the 85th minute

The goal by Kacper Przybylko would be the 3rd straight game that he would score. 

The game would end in a 1-1 draw as the Union got a big point on the road as this was a game that they should have lost especially how they looked in the first half.

Postgame:

Union Coach Jim Curtin:

What is Next:

After being on the road for 4 games out of 5 games for the month of July & getting 2 points in those games which were draws against Red Bulls & Inter Miami CF, the Union will now head home for a couple home games as they will now prepare for Chicago on August 1

Here is where the Union Stand following tonight’s Draw with Miami

MLS Standings 7-25-21

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