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Video: Analysis of the Union's win over Toronto

It took a long time for the raucous din at PPL Park to finally die down Saturday night after Kléberson's magificent game-winning free kick.

Video: Analysis of the Union's win over Toronto

It took a long time for the raucous din at PPL Park to finally die down on Saturday after Kléberson's magificent game-winning free kick.

From the River End to press row - and maybe, just maybe, to that white-lined box near the Union's bench - everyone in the building knew just how big a moment it was.

At the end of the night, I got together with the Inquirer's Marc Narducci to talk about what the goal meant, what the win meant, and where the Union can go from here. Watch the video above.

(And by the way, just a few moments before I put up this post, John Hackworth became the longest-tenured professional team coach in Philadelphia sports. How about that.)

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