Sunday, April 26, 2015

Video: Jack McInerney's dramatic game-winning goal for the Philadelphia Union against the New England Revolution

In the locker room after Saturday's game, Union forward Jack McInerney was asked why he jumped into the stands after scoring the game-winning goal.

Video: Jack McInerney's dramatic game-winning goal for the Philadelphia Union against the New England Revolution

In the locker room after Saturday's game, Union forward Jack McInerney was asked why he jumped into the stands after scoring the game-winning goal.
"It just kind of happened," he responded. "I don't know - I just remember Andrew Jacobson and Nick Zimmerman doing it, so it kind of just hit me in a moment."
If that doesn't say something about the Union... well, let's just conclude that a lot has happened over the last two and a half years.
Yeah.

In the locker room after Saturday's 2-1 win over the New England Revolution at PPL Park, Union forward Jack McInerney was asked why he jumped into the stands after scoring the game-winning goal.

"It just kind of happened," he responded. "I don't know - I just remember Andrew Jacobson and Nick Zimmerman doing it, so it kind of just hit me in a moment."

If that doesn't say something about the Union... well, let's just conclude that a lot has happened over the last two and a half years.

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Yeah.

Here's the goal, with excellent commentary from the NBC Sports Network crew of John Strong and Brian Dunseth:

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