D.C. United has regained its rhythm at home.
D.C. United Head Coach Ben Olsen
On the general perspective of tonight’s game…
I thought the early goal was big. Their shape was pretty good in the early part of the game. It was tough to break down and once we got the PK, they had to open up. I thought we exploited them in a lot of different areas, wide, especially. I thought Eddie was fantastic today. I thought Silva was good, Rolfe really was trouble for them inside and then our outside backs really gave them a host of trouble.
Two of the hottest teams in MLS took the pitch at RFK Stadium on Saturday evening, with Chivas USA riding a four-game winning streak and D.C. United having won three of four.
D.C. United has announced that it will hold a joint, open training session with sister club F.C. Internazionale from 5-6 p.m. on Thursday, July 31, at RFK Stadium. The practice will be open to the public, with special opportunities to meet players and get autographs, available for D.C. United Season Ticket Holders.
D.C. United hosts a Chivas USA side currently undefeated in five matches. The Black-and-Red, sitting in second in the Eastern Conference, has a streak of its own—winning three road games in a row. Despite the success on the road, United hasn’t earned three points at home since May 31 against Sporting Kansas City, most recently falling to Seattle Sounders FC on June 28.