By DAN KARELL
Week 15 in Major League Soccer kicks off with an Eastern Conference special, pitting two teams fighting for a place in the top five.
The Philadelphia Union host the Columbus Crew on Wednesday night at PPL Park as both teams wind down a busy past two weeks. Both teams have played four games in the last 12 days, three coming in MLS competition and the other match coming in the U.S. Open Cup, which both sides came out of victorious in their respective matches.
The Crew, led by Federico Higuain, sit in seventh place in the Eastern Conference standings with 17 points, but a win against Jack McInerney’s Union would leapfrog them over their Pennsylvania opposition into fifth place, as the Union currently hold 19 points.
The two teams recorded 1-1 draws last Saturday, with McInerney scoring the equalizer against Toronto FC in the 90th minute of the match for his tenth goal of the season, and Higuain scoring his side’s equalizer with a 69th minute penalty kick.
If you will be watching today’s action, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.
Enjoy the action.
Should be 5-0 if Cruz stops thinking he’s a field goal kicker
This is ugly for Columbus. 3-0 Union in the first half.
Would it be too difficult to add a channel and time?
ITs on mlssoccer.com — PHI: CSN Philadelphia
CLB: FS Ohio and Univision Deportes which is only carried by direct tv if not mistaken -i don’t have that channel on my comcast. DAMN!! Philly up by 3 already.