By Matt Leon
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Philadelphia Union take to the road on Saturday to visit the New England Revolution in MLS action.
Philadelphia improved to 3-2-2 and 2-1-1 on the road on Sunday with a 3-2 win at D.C. United.
That represented the first time Philadelphia has won in D.C. in MLS play.
“I think it was just staying together as a unit and kind of coming out with our gameplan and executing that gameplan,” Union midfielder Michael Farfan tells KYW Newsradio about the win. “And I think we did pretty well to execute and get those three points on the road.”
Philadelphia has played New England eight times in franchise history and eight times they have earned at least a point in the match-up, going 5-0-3, including a 1-0 win earlier this season. The Revolution sit at 1-3-2 here in 2013, but Farfan expects their “A” game on Saturday.