For the second time in as many weeks, the Philadelphia Union took three points on the road.
Fueled by goals from Alejandro Bedoya and Cory Burke, the Union rallied for a 3-1 win over the 10-man Houston Dynamo on Wednesday night at BBVA Compass Stadium. Fafa Picault iced the game with a penalty kick deep in stoppage time after Fabian Herbers was taken down in the box by Alejandro Fuenmayor.
Borek Dockal assisted on both of Philly's open-play goals with clever through balls, Bedoya’s tying goal coming in the 34th minute and Burke’s winner arriving in the 70th.
The Dynamo had taken an early lead in the 10th minute when Mauro Manotas scored his career-high 11th goal of the season — and sixth in the last seven games.
- 10' — HOU — Mauro Manotas WATCH
- 34' — PHI — Alejandro Bedoya WATCH
- 70' — PHI — Cory Burke WATCH
- 90'+6' — PHI — Fafa Picault WATCH
MOMENT OF THE MATCH
: Just like on the first goal, the Union barely stayed onside on the winner with Dockal’s ball coming at the perfect time and Burke finishing with a nice meg of Joe Willis. Burke now has five goals in four career MLS starts.