COMMERCE CITY — In a week that started off so well for the Colorado Rapids, it all boiled over late Saturday night at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park.
A 2-1 loss to the Philadelphia Union took a turn in stoppage time, with a shoving match between both teams breaking out after Michael Barrios sprinted for a ball that went out-of-bounds for a goal kick and pushed Union goalkeeper Andre Blake to the ground. Even Rapids goalkeeper William Yarbrough joined the fray from the other end of the field.
It ended in a red card for Braian Galván and, not long after, another home loss for the Rapids — just days after they won at Sacramento Republic FC in the U.S. Open Cup Round of 32.
Colorado (2-4-6, 12 points) is winless in MLS play at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park this season, with the only win…
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