The Philadelphia Union improved to 3-0 at home on the season thanks to a 2-0 victory over New York City FC.
Chris Pontius and CJ Sapong scored for the hosts, but the real story was on the sidelines. Union Manager Jim Curtin, an Oreland native and former Eastern Pennsylvania ODP player, became the winningest bench boss in the club's history (all competitions). It was Curtin's 26th win in all competitions since he took over the job late in the 2014 season.
With three more MLS victories, Curtin will take over the top spot there too.