After suffering a 3-1 loss on Wednesday, the Union were eliminated from the U.S. Open Cup by D.C. United for the second time in three years.
For the third consecutive year, the Union will face DC United in the U.S. Open Cup on Wednesday.
2mThe Union earned their first points in team history in Columbus after earning a 1-1 draw against the Crew.
2mJack McInerney scored an early goal for the Union, but it wasn't enough in a 1-1 draw against the Columbus Crew on Saturday.
2mIn three tries, the Union have never one a single point at Columbus Crew Stadium. The club seeks to end that streak this Saturday.
2mBrazilian midfielder Jose Kleberson made his first public Union appearance on Wednesday and made his expectations for the MLS quite clear.
2mThe Union lost again at Red Bull Arena on Saturday, but veteran forward Conor Casey had a breakout game with a quick goal.
2mThierry Henry scored in the 81st minute and the Union fell to 0-5 all-time at Red Bull Arena after falling to New York, 2-1, on Saturday afternoon.
2mThe Union are rolling and the Red Bulls are reeling, giving John Hackworth's team a chance to become the first Union team to win at Red Bull Arena.
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