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Cory Burke, Haris Medunjanin score as Union win in Montreal

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Cory Burke, Haris Medunjanin score as Union win in Montreal

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MONTREAL — Cory Burke and Haris Medunjanin scored Philadelphia's first two away goals of the season and the Union beat the Montreal Impact 2-0 with each side down a man Saturday.

Burke headed in a pass from Raymon Gaddis in the 43rd minute, and David Accam fed Medunjanin for a goal off the left post in the 88th.

Burke was sent off in the 58th minute, and Montreal's Daniel Lovitz was ejected in the 67th.

Philadelphia (2-5-2) lost its first four road games, being outscored 9-0.

Montreal (3-8-0) has lost two in a row and six of seven.

Union's winning streak snapped by scoreless draw with Sounders

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Union's winning streak snapped by scoreless draw with Sounders

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CHESTER, Pa. — Stefan Frei had six saves for his fifth shutout of the season, and the Seattle Sounders played to a scoreless draw with the Philadelphia Union on Saturday night.

Frei pushed Brenden Aaronson's shot to safety in the 18th minute and corralled the rebound of a low knuckler in the 53rd for the Sounders (7-1-5).

Andre Blake needed one save to register his second clean sheet of the year for the Union (7-3-3).

Both teams had winning streaks snapped by the result. Philadelphia had won three straight and Seattle was winners of its last two.

Union stay hot as Jaimiro Monteiro scores game-winning goal against Toronto FC

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Union stay hot as Jaimiro Monteiro scores game-winning goal against Toronto FC

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TORONTO —  Jaimiro Monteiro broke a tie in the 68th minute and the Philadelphia Union beat Toronto FC 2-1 on Saturday.

Monteiro took a pass from Kacper Przybylko and beat goalkeeper Quentin Westberg with a right-footed shot.

Eastern Conference-leading Philadelphia (7-3-2) is 4-0-1 in its last five games, outscoring the opposition 14-3.

The Union opened the scoring in the 25th minute on Chris Mavinga's own goal. Toronto (5-4-1) tied it on Alejandro Pozuelo's free kick in the 51st.