By Matt Leon
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – After a frustrating home loss to Sporting Kansas City last weekend in their MLS regular season opener, the Philadelphia Union will look to bounce back on Saturday when they play their first road game of the campaign, visiting the Colorado Rapids.
The Union had several chances over the first 45 minutes of the match with Kansas City, but only got one goal – from Sebastien Le Toux. KC tied things up late in the first half and then took control in the second half.
“Obviously, the first thing is the result wasn’t what we wanted,” Union midfielder Michael Lahoud tells KYW Newsradio. “That’s kind of a bummer, but apart from the result, I think the first half showed a lot of signs of brilliance and a lot of the things that we spent a lot of time working on in preseason.”