Foxborough, MA (Sports Network) - The Philadelphia Union and New England Revolution played to a 0-0 draw at Gillette Stadium on Saturday, living up to their respective positions in the Eastern Conference table.
The two sides leave the match the same way they entered, separated by just single point - the Union (7-13-5) improve to 26 points as the Revolution (6-14-7) follow closely on 25 points.
The best scoring chance of the match came just before halftime when Freddy Adu's corner kick was met by Amobi Okugo, but the midfielder was denied his first professional goal when his header rattled off the crossbar.
New England managed just three shots on goal over the course of the match, failing to come close to breaking the deadlock as its winless streak stretches to 10 games.
RailHawks take out Galaxy 2-1 The Carolina RailHawks scored twice in the second half to upset the L.A. Galaxy of the MLS at WakeMed Soccer Park Tuesday in front of a sell-out crowd during the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.
Shriver, RailHawks top Ft. Lauderdale, 3-1 Behind two Brian Shriver goals the Carolina RailHawks beat Ft. Lauderdale 3-1 Saturday and improved to 2-1-0 on the season. They currently sit atop the NASL standings with 7 points.
Back of the Net Soccer Show with Charlie Slagle 9/4/10 CASL CEO Charlie Slagle hosted Vice President for Sports Marketing for the Greater Raleigh Convention & Visitors Bureau, Scott Dupree, Jeff Witt from the "Magnificent Mile", Director of Coaching Development of the NSCAA, Jeff Tipping, and former US National Team star Claudio Reyna on 99.9FM The Fan ESPN Radio.