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Philadelphia Union Suffer Heartbreaking Loss to 9-Man Inter Miami FC

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Philadelphia Union suffered a heartbreaking 2-1 loss to a 9-man Inter Miami FC on Saturday evening at Subaru Park in front of a lively crowd.

The absence of stars like Messi and Luis Suarez for Inter Miami FC and Julian Carranza for Philadelphia Union set the stage for Mikael Uhre to take the spotlight.

Just 3 minutes into the match, Jakob Glesnes set up Uhre perfectly to score with his weaker foot and give the Union an early lead.

Despite having several chances to extend their advantage throughout the match, Philadelphia failed to capitalize, allowing Julian Gressel to equalize for Inter Miami in the second half.

Leon Flach’s strong effort to spark a counter attack led to a red card for David Ruiz, giving Philadelphia a two-man advantage.

Despite this edge, Philadelphia failed to convert their chances, with Tai Baribo missing a crucial opportunity late in the game.

In a dramatic turn of events, Inter Miami’s Leo Afonso scored in stoppage time to secure a shocking victory over the Union.

The disappointing result leaves the Philadelphia Union looking to regroup as they head to Cincinnati for their next match on Wednesday.

Rachel Adams

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