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International games are always full of unfamiliar situations and experiences. D.C. United’s trip to Kingston, Jamaica, to face Waterhouse FC in the CONCACAF Champions League – site of an important 2-1 victory – was no exception. Here’s a little bit of what United found during its trip to The Office.
D.C. United had to be patient with the unfamiliar and uneven conditions at Jamaica’s National Stadium for its CONCACAF Champions League road clash with Waterhouse FC.
But once the Black-and-Red steadied their footing at the venue more commonly known as The Office, they took a giant step toward the quarterfinals of the international tournament with a 2-1 victory that included a pair of quality goals from Fabián Espíndola.
Samuel Inkoom has already been to two World Cups with Ghana. His first trip with D.C. United is to Jamaica, where the Black-and-Red take on Waterhouse FC on Tuesday in the CONCACAF Champions League. The team’s newest signing spoke briefly with DCUnited.com prior to the match.
D.C. United’s first full day in Jamaica was busy as the players had a passport check with CONCACAF, the staff took a trip to the U.S.