After some rough sledding in their home opener, the Philadelphia Union found success in there next match up in the Champions league. They took on Atlanta United FC and were able to get back to their winning ways.
The first half was mainly a stalemate. Both clubs had ample opportunities to find the back of the net but failed. Luckily for Philadelphia they had goalie Andre Blake. Blake kept Atlanta at bay in the first half after a barrage of attempts. When all was said and done the score was tied 0-0 at the end of 45′ of play.
In the second half the Union simply took over offensively. Especially one Kacper Pryzblyko. The friendly striker had not one but two goals in the second half. His first came at the 57′ mark the second came a while later in the 73′. Anthony Fontana added one more in the 86′ to add insult to injury. Blake would spend most of the second half guaranteeing there would be know comeback, as the Union cruised to victory 3-0.