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Fabian Herbers grabs an equalizer, Monteiro records assist and more from Matchday 2



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Fabian Herbers scored a late equalizer off the bench for the Chicago Fire, Jamiro Monteiro had an assist in San Jose’s win over Vancouver and several other players with local ties saw the field in MLS Matchday 2.

Here’s a look at how former Philadelphia Union, Philadelphia Union Academy alums and local players performed.

Former Philadelphia Union Players

Fabian Herbers played 45 minutes off the bench and scored a 75th minute equalizer in Chicago Fire’s 1-1 draw with NYCFC.

Kacper Przybylko started and played 45 minutes in the match for the Fire. Przybylko was replaced by Kei Kamara, who is playing with a record 10th MLS team in his career.

Cory Burke played 37 minutes and registered 1 shot for the New York Red Bulls in their scoreless draw with Nashville SC

Carlos Coronel recorded a clean sheet for the Red Bulls.

Fifa Picault started and played 87 minutes, CJ Sapong came off the bench to play 16 minutes and Taylor Washington played three minutes for Nashville SC.

Jamiro Monteiro played 90 minutes assisted on the San Jose Earthquakes’ first goal in a 2-1 win over Vancouver.

All three former Union players on Pat Noonan’s squad featured in FC Cincinnati’s scoreless draw with Orlando City. Ray Gaddis started and played 68 minutes, Alvas Powell replaced him and played 22 minutes and Sergio Santos played 21 minutes off the bench.

Keegan Rosenberry started and played 90 minutes for the Colorado Rapids in their scoreless draw with Sporting Kansas City.

Zac MacMath made five saves and conceded a pair of goals in Real Salt Lake’s 2-0 loss to the Seattle Sounders.

John McCarthy recorded three saves and conceded twice in LAFC’s 3-2 win over the Portland Timbers.

Josh Yaro was an unused substitute for St. Louis City SC in their 3-1 win over Charlotte FC in the expansion team’s first home game.

Local Players

Russell Canouse (Lancaster, Pa.) played 90 minutes for DC United in their 2-0 loss to Columbus Crew.

Tyler Miller (Woodbury, N.J.) made a pair of saves in goal for DC United in the 2-0 loss.

Daniel Lovitz (Wyndmoor, Pa.) started and played 90 minutes for Nashville SC in their scoreless draw at Red Bull Arena.

Former Shipley School goalkeeper Pablo Sisniega played 90 minutes for Charlotte FC in their 3-1 loss to St. Louis City SC.

George Campbell (born in Chester, Pa.) did not dress for CF Montreal.

Aiden McFadden (West Chester, Pa.) was not in the team for Atlanta United.

Chris Donovan (Paoli, Pa.) was not in the team for the Philadelphia Union.

Philadelphia Union Academy Alums

Derrick Jones started and played all 90 minutes in Charlotte FC’s 3-1 loss to St. Louis City SC.

Jack McGlynn came off the bench and played 28 minutes for the Philadelphia Union in their 2-0 loss to Inter Miami.

Quinn Sullivan came off the bench and played 12 minutes for the Philadelphia Union in their 2-0 loss to Inter Miami.

Goalkeepers Matt Freese (NYCFC) and Tomas Romero (Toronto FC) were both on their bench for their teams.

Ben Bender was an unused substitute for the second straight week for Charlotte FC.

Jack Skahan was an unused substitute for San Jose Earthquakes.

CJ dos Santos and Shanyder Borgelin were not in the team for Inter Miami.

Favian Loyola was not in the squad for Orlando City.

Ben Martino was not in the team for Nashville SC.

Danny Flores was not in the team for Sporting Kansas City.

Nathan Harriel and Matt Real were unused substitutes for the Philadelphia Union. Brandan Craig, Anton Sorenson, Jeremy Rafanello and Nelson Pierre did not dress.

Matthew Ralph is the managing editor of Philadelphia Soccer Now / Brotherly Game. He's covered soccer at all levels for many years in the Philadelphia region and has also written for, NPSL, PrepSoccer and other publications. He lives with his wife and two young children in Broomall, Pa., but grew up in South Jersey and is originally from Kansas.

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