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Freddy Adu scores as Philadelphia Union overcomes 3-goal deficit to gain 4-4 MLS draw with New England Revolution

Five goals in the first half. Two penalty kicks. Freddy Adu’s first goal since his MLS return. An extra-time equalizer. Eight minutes of added time. New England a man down because of injury. Union 4, Revolution 4.


NE: A.J. Soares (Chris Tierney) 9th.

NE: Rajko Lekic (penalty kick) 21st.

NE: Moncef Zerka 1 (Tierney) 25th.

PHI: Roger Torres (Sheanon Williams) 28th.

NE: Benny Feilhaber (Lekic) 33rd.

PHI: Freddy Adu (Danny Mwanga) 54th.

PHI: Sebastien Le Toux (penalty kick) 79th.

PHI: Le Toux (Veljko Paunovic) ET.


Steven Goff is The Post’s soccer writer. His beats include D.C. United, MLS and the international game, as well as local college basketball.


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