Alejandro Bedoya on Union attack: "Not good enough. We let ourselves down"

Despite scoring Saturday's equalizer to save the Philadelphia Union a home point against the visiting San Jose Earthquakes, midfielder Alejandro Bedoya was discouraged by a continued lack of success in the attack, saying postgame that "It's not good enough up there. I think we let ourselves down."

While the 30-year-old midfielder specifically cited a need for "more urgency in the final third" and needing to "make more decisive runs" he conceded that there is the positive takeaway that the team has overall played well, even if the results have yet to materialize.

The Union have scored only three goals through four games, with two coming in the season opener and Saturday's strike ending a scoreless run of more than 250 minutes. The goal marked only Bedoya's fourth since joining Philly in August 2016.