Chester, Pa. – D.C. United fell to the Philadelphia Union, 2-1, at PPL Park in the Round of 16 in the 2015 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.
WASHINGTON – D.C. United (11-7-5, 38 points) snapped a two-game skid with three unanswered goals in a 3-2 comeback win over Philadelphia (6-12-4, 22 points).
In what is quickly becoming known as the I-95 rivalry, two Eastern Conference teams close in proximity to each other face off Sunday, 5 PM at RFK Memorial Stadium.
For United, the match represents a chance to return to early-season glory, where the team took 21 points out of a possible 27 at home to start the season.
Ben Olsen "as proud as I've been in a while of this group" as D.C. United just miss out on road draw
D.C. United took the pitch in Seattle on Friday evening looking to break a dubious streak: the Black-and-Red hadn’t won a match against the Sounders since 2011 and hadn’t emerged victorious at CenturyLink field since 2010.
Bridgeview, Ill. – D.C. United (10-5-4, 34 points) got a goal from Conor Doyle in the 73rd minute for its first regular season victory on the road at Chicago (4-9-2, 14 points) since 2009, snapping a six-game stretch at Toyota Park without a win.