Twitter voting for the 2014 AT&T MLS All-Star match is now closed, but you've still got until July 11 to get those votes in. D.C. United has eight faces on the ballot, including MLS veterans like Davy Arnaud, Bobby Boswell, Fabián Espíndola, Chris Rolfe and Eddie Johnson. But the Black-and-Red also boasts three rising stars in Bill Hamid, Perry Kitchen and Nick DeLeon.
D.C. United Head Coach Ben Olsen
What was the difference in this match than the loss to Seattle, not as many chances but finished on the ones you had tonight?
Goals by Nick DeLeon and Perry Kitchen gave D.C. United a 2-1 win over Toronto FC with all three strikes coming in a wild second half that came to a crescendo when TFC were cut down to 10 men in the final minutes Saturday evening at BMO Field.
Nick DeLeon opens the score sheet
D.C. United visits Eastern Conference for Toronto FC Saturday, July 5 at 7 pm EST. Watch live on Comcast SportsNet or follow along on Twitter @DCUMatchday.
D.C. United heads north of the border to take on Toronto FC, a team undefeated in six matches. Despite United’s 1-0 loss to Seattle last Saturday, the Black-and-Red played well, showing continued progress as well as room for improvement.
D.C. United will open the 2014-15 CONCACAF Champions League at home as part of the schedule for the competition announced by CONCACAF. After being drawn into Group 4 with Waterhouse F.C. of Jamaica and Tauro F.C. of Panama in May, United will make its first appearance in the international tournament since 2009 against Waterhouse on August 20 at RFK Stadium.