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Edu Grabs First Union Goal

Midfielder Maurice Edu

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16:04 7th April 2014

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MAURICE EDU grabbed his first goal for Philadelphia Union as the MLS side drew away to Chicago Fire.
 
The American equalised for the Union with a neat finish on the half hour mark, before his teammate Leanardo Fernandes scored a super 30-yard free-kick seven minutes later to give them a half time lead.
 
They couldn’t hold on for the points however as Chicago made the game level late on.
 
Philadelphia are currently five games into the new MLS season and sit amongst the Play-Off places in the Eastern Conference.
 
CAMERON JEROME got 82 minutes under his belt as Crystal Palace scored three goals away from home in the Premier League for the first time since 1997.
 
The on-loan Potter picked up a yellow card as the Eagles were 3-0 winners at Cardiff City.
 
Victory saw Tony Pulis’ side open a seven point margin from the bottom three.
 
MICHAEL KIGHTLY played the full 90 minutes of Burnley’s Championship game away at Watford.
 
The Clarets went a goal behind at Vicarage Road before Scott Arfield secured a late equaliser to grant Sean Dyche’s men another valuable point in the push for promotion.
 
The Turf Moor outfit remain within touching distance of the Premier League after opening up a ten point gap between themselves in second and QPR in third place.
 
JACK BUTLAND also played the entirety of Leeds United’s game at FA Cup Semi-Finalists Wigan Athletic.
 
The Yorkshire club suffered a 1-0 Championship defeat at the DW Stadium as the Latics pick up momentum for a Play-Off place.
 
Butland has been on the winning side just once in his ten appearances for Leeds since joining the club on-loan.
 
United sit mid table in 16th place, eleven points from the bottom three with eight games remaining.
 
JAMIE NESS got a full ninety minutes under his belt as Leyton Orient drew at Sheffield United in League One.
 
Orient were 1-0 to the good before United equalised on the hour mark at Bramall Lane as both sides shared the points.
 
The O’s dropped to 4th in the table and are now seven points adrift of the automatic places, having played a game more than Rotherham (3rd) and Brentford (2nd).
 
JUAN AGUDELO came on as a second half substitute as FC Utrecht fell to a 4-1 defeat against Ado Den Haag in the Eredivisie.
 
The defeat means Utrecht sit two places and just five points clear of the relegation zone with just a handful of games remaining.
 
JORDAN KEANE played the full ninety as his loan club Tamworth were thumped 5-0 away at Gateshead in the Skrill Premier.
 
The Lambs are staring relegation in the face as they sit eight points from safety deep in the relegation zone.
 
JAMES ALABI was an unused sub in his final game on loan at Scunthorpe.
 
The Iron were 1-0 winners away at Torquay United in League Two as they edge closer toward promotion back in to League One.
 
Meanwhile, LUCAS DAWSON was not included in Carlisle United’s 18-man squad which beat Swindon Town in League One.
 
Goalkeeper DALE EVE was also not involved in Nuneaton Town’s home defeat to Halifax in the Skrill Premier.

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