San Jose Earthquakes' struggle in this season's Major League Soccer continue as they suffered a disappointing defeat from Philadelphia Union.
The host tried to push forward vigorously early on, but were finding it hard to break down their opponent, especially during the first 45 minutes which ended in a 0-0 draw.
In the second half, San Jose did manage to get themselves in front, thanks to Chris Wondolowski's spot kick on 64 minutes.
However, Philadelphia reacted positively after going down as they got back on level terms on 74 minutes from Conor Casey's effort.
Casey continue to pose nightmare for the host as he netted home his team's winner four minutes from time.