CHESTER, Pa. — Fabrice-Jean Picault scored and assisted on Marco Fabian's goal in extra time to help the Philadelphia Union beat New York 4-3 on Sunday and eliminate the Red Bulls from the playoffs.
Fabian came on in the 103rd minute and scored in the 105th when his shot from the left side deflected high off New York's Marc Rzatkowski into the net.
Third-seeded Philadelphia, which earned the first MLS playoff win in franchise history, will play at No. 2 seed Atlanta in the second round Thursday night.
Josh Sims blasted a right-footer from outside the top of the box to open the scoring in the sixth minute and Tim Parker's header in the 24th gave the Red Bulls a 2-0 lead. It was the 22-year-old Sims' first MLS goal.
Alejandro Bedoya side-netted a first-timer in the 30th minute to cut Philadelphia's deficit in half but Tom Barlow scored in the fourth minute of first-half stoppage time to make it 3-1.
Sergio Santos' header deflected off the crossbar and Jack Elliott headed home the rebound for Philadelphia in the 52nd minute. Picault, who came on in the 72nd, scored in the 78th to make it 3-3.
Kacper Przybylko, whose 15 goals this season are more than twice as many as any other Union player, did not play (foot stress reaction). Philadelphia had 62 percent possession and outshot the Red Bulls 32-11.
HARRISON, N.J. — Goalkeeper Luis Robles was honored in a pregame ceremony for the conclusion of the longest Ironman streak in MLS history and the New York Red Bulls and the Philadelphia Union both had their winning streaks snapped as they played to a scoreless draw Saturday night.
Robles sat out due to a knee injury he suffered in the final minutes of a win at Colorado a week ago, ending his streak of 183 games dating to September 2012.
Backup goalkeeper Ryan Meara had two saves to record the shutout in Robles' absence. Philadelphia's Andre Blake preserved his shutout with four saves, including a leaping grab in the 13th minute.
The Red Bulls (7-3-1) had their four-game win streak snapped. It was New York's second loss in its last 14 home matches.
Philadelphia (4-5-2) had its two-game win streak snapped. The Union have just one win in their last 17 road games.
CJ Sapong, who led Philadelphia with 16 goals last season, missed a penalty kick wide right in the 53rd minute after New York's Kemar Lawrence was called for a handball in the box.
HARRISON, N.J. -- Andre Blake made eight saves for Philadelphia and the Union and the New York Red Bulls played to a scoreless draw Sunday.
Philadelphia (8-12-9) and New York (12-10-6) are both winless in five straight games.
Blake denied Gonzalo Veron three times in the first half -- on a breakaway in the 32nd and on a close-range redirection in the 40th.
New York stars Sacha Kljestan and Bradley Wright-Phillips entered as second-half substitutes and nearly combined on a goal in the 77th minute. Kljestan's free kick from the edge of the 18-yard box was punched away by Blake and Wright-Phillips' rebound attempt was deflected by Blake's foot and cleared off the line by Chris Pontius.
Blake was two saves shy of tying his career high, set against the New England Revolution on Sept. 26, 2015.