Wednesday, September 17, 2014
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There was genuine disappointment Tuesday night after the Union's 3-1 loss in extra time.
The Sounders left with a thrilling, 3-1 victory against the Union in front of a boisterous crowd.
Teams from Pennsylvania have won the U.S. Open Cup 14 times in its 101-year history.
The Union are one win away from earning the first championship in the five-year history of the team.
John Smallwood: The Open Cup is unique, and Jim Curtin wants the Union to bring home the hardware.
Video: Jonathan Tannenwald and the Seattle Times' Matt Pentz look at the big storylines in Tuesday's game.
Sounders forward and World Cup veteran Clint Dempsey said he has great respect for the Union.
The Union is coming off a key tie against New York in a game in which several starters were rested for a half.
Ribeiro scored his first goal and set up the second score during Saturday's 2-2 tie with the Red Bulls.
For now, all he can do is try to keep the Union's run of success going. The rest is beyond his control.
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