By Matt Leon
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia Union will return home on Saturday as they welcome D.C. United to Chester.
These are rough times for 1-4-5 Philadelphia. The Union last tasted victory on March 15th, and in their last three matches they have scored just one goal combined – going 0-2-1 in the process. Last Saturday, Philadelphia lost in Seattle, 2-1.
Forward Antoine Hoppenot says it is frustrating.
“I think everyone sees that we actually go out there and we do a really good job of keeping the ball and putting teams under pressure,” Hoppenot tells KYW Newsradio. “But we haven’t gotten the goals that we’ve needed to get the wins and the points. So its been a pretty tough month. But I think, as a team, we’re pretty optimistic that if we keep playing the way that we are, we’re bound to get some goals and we’re bound to get some wins.”
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