Late goal denies Union a win


The youngster Jack McInerney celebrated his 19th birthday on Thursday, McInerney celebrated his birthday a two days late with his first goal of the season.

But a late 25-yard strike by Dynamo midfielder Geoff Cameron stole a victory from McInerney and the Union Saturday night. Cameron launched a low shot from outside the box that sneaked past goalie Faryd Mondragon and into the bottom corner to seal a 1-1 draw.

Union Attacker Jack McInerney #19 (Back) slides on the grass as the ball passes Dynamo Keeper Tally Hall #1 for a union score in 15th minute of the first half Saturday Aug. 6, 2011, at PPL Park in Chester PA. The News Journal/SAQUAN STIMPSON.

Philadelphia Union fans erupt with joy after Union Attacker Jack McInerney #19 scored in the 15 minute. The Dynamo and The Philadelphia Union played to a 1-1 tie Saturday Aug. 6, 2011, at PPL Park in Chester PA. The News Journal/SAQUAN STIMPSON

Union Midfielder Michael Farfan #21(left) shakes hands with Dynamo players at midfield after Saturday MLS regular season match between The Philadelphia Union and The Houston Dynamo. The Dynamo and The Philadelphia Union played to a 1-1 tie Saturday Aug. 6, 2011, at PPL Park in Chester PA. The News Journal/SAQUAN STIMPSON

Photography By Saquan Stimpson

Late goal denies Union a win

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One thought on “Late goal denies Union a win

  1. Geoff Camerons goal in the 85th minute gave the Houston Dynamo a 1-1 draw against the Philadelphia Union on Saturday..Jack McInerneys first goal of the season for Philadelphia 8-5-9 in the 15th minute held up until that point. The 40-year-old Union goalkeeper was seeking his eighth shutout..Despite having four players in the MLS All-Star Game Houston is still winless on the road at 0-4-7.

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