IMAGE: Kemp on ball

Post-Match Facts: United vs. Toronto FC

D.C. United  (1-3-3, 6 points) vs. Toronto FC (2-2-2, 8 points)

2016 MLS Regular Season
April 16, 2016 – RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C.   
Attendance: 16,236

  • This was the 24th meeting between United and Toronto.  United are 12-8-4 against the Canadian club all-time.
  • United are now 31-38-16 in April all-time.
  • Taylor Kemp made his 50th career start.

HIGHLIGHTS

QUOTE SHEET

Goals by Half

  1st Half 2nd Half Total
D.C. United 0 0 0
Toronto FC 1 0 1

Scoring Summary

Minute Team Goalscorer Assisted by
1' Toronto Sebastian Giovinco Marky Delgado, Jozy Altidore

Misconduct Summary

Minute Team Offender Reason
35 Toronto Jozy Altidore Persistent Infringement
88 Toronto Clint Irwin Time Wasting
89 D.C. United Marcelo Sarvas Unsporting Behavior
90+ 5 D.C. United Steven Birnbaum Unsporting Behavior

Box Score

Team Shots Shots on Goal Corners Offsides Possession (%) Saves
D.C. United 18 3 5 2 56.3 2
Toronto FC 10 3 3 4 43.7 3

D.C. United lineup:

Travis Worra; Taylor Kemp, Bobby Boswell, Steven Birnbaum, Sean Franklin; Lamar Neagle, Nick DeLeon, Marcelo, Patrick Nyarko (68' Acosta); Chris Rolfe (61' Saborío), Fabián Espíndola 

Unused Substitutes: Hall, Jeffrey, Mishu, Opare, Vincent  

Toronto FC lineup:

Clint Irwin; Steven Beitashour, Drew Moor, Josh Williams (68' Damien Perquis), Justin Morrow; Marky Delgado (65' Jay Chapman), Michael Bradley, Will Johnson, Jonathan Osorio; Jozy Altidore, Sebastian Giovinco

Unused Substitutes: Roberts, Bloom, Morgan, Lovitz, Babouli

Head Referee: Mathieu Bourdeau
Assistant Referees: Craig Lowry, Oscar Mitchell-Carvalho
Fourth Official: Jose Carlos Rivero
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