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Philadelphia pull out draw against Toronto FC

Sergio Santos scored a goal in the 77th minute to help salvage a 2-2 draw for the Philadelphia Union against host Toronto FC on Wednesday. Alejandro Bedoya also scored for the Union (13-8-11, 50 points), who could have clinched a playoff berth with a victory. With only two games remaining, the Union are still on track to pick up a postseason spot for the fourth consecutive season.
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Philadelphia Union rally to tie Toronto FC 2-2

TORONTO (AP) — Substitute Sergio Santos scored on a header in the 77th minute to give the Philadelphia Union a 2-2 tie with Toronto FC on Wednesday night. Santos took Kai Wagner’s cross and beat goalkeeper Quentin Westberg for his sixth goal of the season. Alejandro Bedoya opened the scoring...
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Philadelphia Union stave off Toronto FC comeback to secure 2-2 tie

TORONTO — After securing a weekend tie that felt like a win, Toronto FC had to settle for a draw that seemed more like a loss Wednesday. Digging itself a hole by conceding a goal after just 37 seconds, Toronto rallied with goals in the 66th and 70th minute to set the stage for a comeback victory against the Philadelphia Union before an announced crowd of just 5,026 at BMO Field.
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Union drop points in Toronto after taking early lead

Mistakes came back to haunt the Philadelphia Union again on the road Wednesday night in a disappointing 2-2 draw with 13th place Toronto FC at a practically empty BMO Field. The Union appeared to be well on their way to another lopsided win over the Reds, which they outscored 8-0 in the first two matches this season, when Daniel Gazdag set up captain Alejandro Bedoya for a goal just 32 seconds into the match.
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