U.S. OPEN CUP 2011 QUOTESHEET
BOYDS, Maryland – Con dos goles del
delantero zimbabuense Kheli Dube, y uno de
su compañero Alan Koger, el New England Revolution derrotó por 3-2 al
D.C. United y lo dejó fuera de la Copa Abierta de EE.UU. 2011, en partido
escenificado en el Maryland SoccerPlex de Boyds, Maryland.
El montenegrino Branko Boskovic tuvo una
destacada actuación por el D.C. United y con dos goles en la etapa
complementaria metió a su equipo nuevamente en el partido, antes de quedar
fuera de acción en los minutos finales del encuentro víctima de una fuerte
entrada de un rival.
BOYDS, Md. – Two Kheli Dube goals on either side of the break paced the New England Revolution to a 3-2 win over D.C. United in a US Open Cup play-in match at the Maryland SoccerPlex on Tuesday evening.
The Revolution jumped out to a 3-0 lead and held on despite a second-half onslaught by DC, who trimmed the deficit thanks to two Branko Boskovic goals.
The match got off to a choppy start, but after things settled down a bit, the visitors struck gold in the 35th minute.
WASHINGTON – D.C. United are unsure of what type of opponent they'll face in Tuesday night’s US Open Cup play-in clash with the New England Revolution.
Scouting for such games is always tricky.
Different coaches prepare for play-in matches in different ways, so it’s hard to know whether the Revolution will send out a team of reserves or starters — or a mixture of the two.
“It’s a little different [than regular season games] in the sense that you can’t prepare too much,” head coach Ben Olsen said. “You can’t really cut up film because it’s a guessing game.”
WASHINGTON- El D.C. United regresa a la
acción este martes a las 7:30 pm ET frente al New England Revolution, en
encuentro clasificatorio para la Copa Abierta Lamar Hunt a realizarse en el
Maryland SoccerPlex de Boyds, Maryland.
$25 tickets at the Maryland SoccerPlex (cash only) - Kickoff 7:30 PM
The Power Rankings committee faced some real issues this week, but not quite as big as the ones facing the Seattle Sounders and FC Dallas. The question for both these teams becomes how they'll do without their injured stars, and the PR committee, for one, will give them the benefit of the doubt until they prove otherwise. Got an issue? Vote for your own!
All match times for this week's games are ET; only MLS regular-season games reflected on schedule.
WASHINGTON – After a slow and steady start to the 2011 season, it’s all hands on deck for D.C. United over the next two weeks.
Starting Tuesday with a US Open Cup play-in game against New England, DC have four games in 13 days, and will look to manage minutes to keep players healthy and get the maximum results possible.
Head Coach Ben Olsen stressed that closely managing time isn’t just being done because of the busy two-week schedule.