Jack McInerney notched his MLS-leading eighth goal just three minutes into the game and the Union shutout the Fire 1-0 Saturday night at PPL Park.
Coming off a humbling loss to the Galaxy, the Union will not take their next opponent -- the Chicago Fire -- for granted.
Jack McInerney and the Union were no match for the Los Angeles Galaxy in a disappointing 4-1 loss on Wednesday at PPL Park.
2dAlthough the Union suffered a disappointing loss to the Galaxy on Wednesday, midfielder Kleberson provided a bright spot in his starting debut.
4dThe Union traded Gabriel Farfan to Chivas USA on Tuesday for a first-round pick in 2014 and allocation money.
4dHosting the L.A. Galaxy Wednesday at PPL Park, the Union will be looking for one simple thing: respect.
5dOn Saturday, Union goalie Zac MacMath made his presence felt by bailing his teammates out with six saves in a 1-0 win over the Chicago Fire.
1wThe lone goal in the Union's win over Chicago came on a beautiful setup from Sebastien Le Toux to goal-scoring machine Jack McInerney in the 75th minute. Watch it here.
1wJack McInerney scored his seventh goal of the year and Zac MacMath made six saves to lead the Union to a 1-0 victory over the Fire Saturday.
1wThe Union are dealing with inconsistent play and absences on defense, but the club hopes its offense can make up for that against Chicago.
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