Goals and Highlights: Toronto FC 2-2 Philadelphia Union in MLS 2021
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9:52 PMa month ago

Summary:

9:14 PMa month ago

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We hope you enjoyed the Toronto FC vs Philadelphia Union MLS Week 33 telecast. Continue to visit the VAVEL portal to keep up to date with all the information throughout the day.
9:05 PMa month ago

Match ends!

With a 2-2 score, Toronto FC and Philadelphia Union share points in week 33 of MLS.

 Alejandro Bedoya's goal was scored in the first 32 seconds of the match. 

 

9:00 PMa month ago

94'

It's over! Toronto FC and Philadelphia Union draw 2-2 and split points. 
8:55 PMa month ago

90'

4 minutes of additional time are added. 
8:50 PMa month ago

89'

Philadelphia players call for a handball in the box after Przybylko's shot hits Bradley.
8:45 PMa month ago

82'

Double change by Toronto, in with number 11, Nelson and out with number 24 Shaffelburg.
In the second change enters with the number 2, Morrow and comes out with the number 23, Mavinga. 
8:40 PMa month ago

76'

Goal, goal, goal for Philadelphia! Sergio Santos Gomes heads in a header that leaves the goalkeeper with no chance, Philadelphia gets the equalizer.  
8:35 PMa month ago

70'

Self-goal! After a cross, Philadelphia Union defender Jack Elliott tried to cut the ball, but it ended up in the net.
8:30 PMa month ago

65'

Goal, goal, goal for Toronto! After much insistence the equalizer is scored, after a series of rebounds Altidore shoots and beats the goalkeeper. 
8:25 PMa month ago

62'

Przybylko shoots in front of goal after a good cross, but Westberg was well positioned and was able to block the ball. 
8:20 PMa month ago

56'

Yellow card, foul committed in midfield by Mavinga.
8:15 PMa month ago

55 '

Pozuelo shoots in front of goal, but Freese makes a good save.
8:10 PMa month ago

51 '

Toronto is still in front, but they have not been able to communicate well, still unable to get a shot on goal.
8:05 PMa month ago

45 '

The second half of the match kicks off at BMO Field. 
8:00 PMa month ago

45 '

The first half is over, momentarily Philadelphia is the one who takes the victory.  
7:55 PMa month ago

39'

Toronto keeps trying to score the equalizer, after a good play Shaffelburg is left in front of goalkeeper Freese, who avoids the equalizer with a good save.
7:50 PMa month ago

36 '

Lawrence gets past the defense and manages to send in a cross that Altidore fails to finish.
7:45 PMa month ago

29 '

Close! from a free kick, Glesnes heads towards goal, but it's an easy ball for Westberg.
7:40 PMa month ago

25 '

Foul! In favor of Toronto committed by Martinez, number 8 of Philadelphia Union. 
7:35 PMa month ago

15'

Midfield foul committed by Glesnes, number 5 of Philadelphia Union. 
7:30 PMa month ago

12'

Toronto FC keeps possession of the ball, but has managed to finish moves. 
7:25 PMa month ago

8'

Close! Toronto FC came close to getting the equalizer after a good play, but the opposing defense woul
7:20 PMa month ago

1'

Goal, goal, goal for Philadelphia! Alejandro Bedoya opens the scoring after a great shot to give the visitors the lead. 
7:15 PMa month ago

0'

Kickoff at BMO Field
7:10 PMa month ago

On the field

the players take the field
7:05 PMa month ago

Already training

The Philadelphia team is already warming up before the game.
Source: Philadelphia Union
Source: Philadelphia Union
7:00 PMa month ago

Philadelphia Union Absence

Head Coach Jim Curtin spoke about the absence of goalkeeper Andre Black for this game:
"Unfortunately, Andre's grandmother passed away, so our deepest condolences go out to the entire Blake family. Obviously, there are certain things that are more important than soccer."
Source: Philadelphia Union
Source: Philadelphia Union
6:55 PMa month ago

The eleven ready

This is Javier Perez's starting 11 for the match against Philadelphia Union.
 

 

6:50 PMa month ago

The chosen ones are ready

This is Jim Curtin's starting 11 for the match against Toronto FC.

 

6:45 PMa month ago

Stay tuned for live coverage of Toronto FC vs Philadelphia Union

In a few moments we will share with you the starting lineups for Toronto FC vs Philadelphia Union live in MLS Week 33, as well as the latest information from BMO Field. Don't miss any details of the match with VAVEL's minute-by-minute live online coverage. 
6:40 PMa month ago

Where and how to watch Toronto FC vs Philadelphia Union live online

The match will be broadcast on ESPN television channels.
Toronto FC vs Philadelphia Union can be tuned in from Star Plus live streams. If you want to watch the match live online, VAVEL Mexico is your best option.
6:35 PMa month ago

Background

The balance in the last five matches favors the Canadians with a record of 4 wins and 1 draw, curiously they have only met in those five matches


Toronto FC 1-1 Philadelphia Union, MLS 2016
Philadelphia Union 1-3 Toronto FC, MLS 2016
Toronto FC 3-1 Philadelphia Union, MLS 2015
Toronto FC 2-1 Philadelphia Union, MLS 2015
Philadelphia Union 0-1 Toronto FC, MLS 2015

6:30 PMa month ago

Watch out for this Toronto FC player

Despite being in second to last place in the Eastern Conference, Jonathan Osorio's performance has been the most outstanding, being the team's top scorer with 4 goals so far in the tournament, the most goals scored by the Canadian team.
Source: TransferMarket
Source: TransferMarket
6:25 PMa month ago

Watch out for this Philadelphia Union player

Kacper Przybyłko is on a hot streak, scoring 11 goals, one of them giving Philadelphia Union the win and cutting Nashville's streak of not losing since September.
Source: AS
Source: AS
6:20 PMa month ago

Toronto's last lineup

16 Quentin Westberg, 96 Auro, 4 Michael Bradley, 23 Chris Mavinga, 22 Richie Laryea, 8 Marky Delgado, 14 Noble Okello, 21 Jonathan Osorio, 7 Jahkeele Marshall-Rutty, 13 Patrick Mullins, 24 Jacob Shaffelburg.
6:15 PMa month ago

Last Philadelphia Union lineup

18 Andre Blake, 15 Olivier Mbaizo, 5 Jakob Glesnes, 3 Jack Elliott, 27 Kai Wagner, 11 Alejandro Bedoya, 8 José Andrés Martínez, 31 Leon Flach, 6 Dániel Gazdag, 23          Kacper Przybyłko, 10 Jamiro Monteiro.
6:10 PMa month ago

Toronto: to close the tournament on a high note

The Canadian team is out of the playoffs for the final phase, with 26 points they are in 13th place in the table, having no chance to aspire to the final phase, even if they win the game they would not move from their place.
6:05 PMa month ago

Back to training

Eriq Zavaleta returns to training with Toronto FC, after suffering a concussion, all this before being able to play with the El Salvador National Team in October. The team via its Instagram profile shared a photo of the Salvadoran centerback with the caption "Back in action". 

 

6:00 PMa month ago

Philadelphia Union: to continue with the good tournament

The Philadelphia Union are in second place in the Eastern Conference, and will be fighting for the win to remain the conference's runner-up, coming off a win over Nashville
5:55 PMa month ago

Welcome

Good afternoon to all VAVEL readers! Welcome to the Toronto FC vs Philadelphia Union live stream, corresponding to the 33rd week of the MLS Eastern Conference. The match will take place at BMO Field Stadium at 18:38.
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