Houston Dynamo FC opened a two-game road trip with a 6-0 loss to the Philadelphia Union at Subaru Park this evening.

The Union took the lead in the 23rd minute after Union captain Alejandro Bedoya found Daniel Gazdag at the edge of the six-yard box. The leading scorer for the Union found the bottom corner of the far post for the first goal of the game.

Philadelphia doubled their lead in 42nd minute off a free kick from midfielder Jack McGlynn. The Union scored again in stoppage time after Olivier Mbaizo muscled his way into the penalty area to find Mikael Uhre at the edge of the six-yard box. Uhre was played into space by Bedoya in the 48th minute for the fourth goal of the match.

The Union added to their lead in the 55th minute after Bedoya found Julian Carranza in space at the edge of the box. Carranza found the bottom corner of the far post for the fifth goal of the game. The final goal of the match came in the 89th minute.

Dynamo goalkeeper Steve Clark collided violently with a teammate and Bedoya in the 13th minute as he attempted to punch the ball out of the 18-yard box. The Dynamo shot stopper received treatment but ultimately left in the 26th minute and was replaced by Michael Nelson.

The Union were initially awarded a penalty kick in the 19th minute after defender Daniel Steres attempted to clear the ball with a lunging tackle. The play was reviewed by referee Kevin Stott and ultimately the penalty kick was rescinded due to no handball.

Houston’s first shot on target came in the 23rd minute with a long-range effort from defender Zeca that was saved by Union goalkeeper Andre Blake.

Dynamo midfielder Coco Carrasquilla found forward Fafa Picault in space in the 33rd minute, but the Dynamo forward was ultimately ruled offside after he found the back of the net in a one-on-one duel with the Union goalkeeper.

Houston closes the cross-country road trip on Friday in Vancouver against the Whitecaps. The Dynamo return to PNC Stadium on Aug. 13 to host Club de Foot Montreal for 713 Night.