Assistant Coach Chad Ashton breaks down United's Eastern Conference battle against New England.
D.C. United Head Coach Ben Olsen
After a slow, scoreless first half of play, the skies and the game opened up in a second half that featured a little bit of everything, ending in a New England Revolution 2-1 victory over Eastern Conference rival D.C. United Saturday night at Gillette Stadium.
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Coming off a great performance against Houston, D.C. United aims to carry that momentum into Saturday, when the Black-and-Red takes on the New England Revolution.
The Revs, currently on a six-game undefeated streak, scored 10 goals in its last two games. United, though, is playing with confidence and is up for the challenge.
D.C. United has announced that Homegrown forward Michael Seaton has been selected to the Jamaica Men’s National Team roster for four upcoming friendly matches. The Jamaicans will face Serbia at Red Bull Arena on May 26 before heading across the Atlantic Ocean for three games: versus Switzerland in Lucerne on May 30, Egypt in London on June 4, and France in Lille on June 8.