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April 5: DCU vs. NER in review

"It feels good. It's great to see guys smiling." Andrew Dykstra
April 5: DCU vs. NER in review

In its fourth game of the season, United was able to take three points with a 2-0 victory over the New England Revolution. The Black-and-Red kept high pressure and created dangerous opportunities, eventually causing an own goal by New England. Then, in stoppage time, newly signed Chris Rolfe decided to seal the deal with a beautiful one-touch strike.

April 5 Key Stats: DCU vs. NER

Andrew Dykstra with the start, earns a shutout in first league match since 2010
Key Stats: DCU vs. NER

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Match Analysis with Chad Ashton: D.C. United vs New England Revolution - April 5, 2014

Assistant Coach Chad Ashton breaks down last night's match vs the Revs
Match Analysis - DCU vs NER

Three points. Two goals. Huge swing in momentum.

“It feels great. I mean it’s just been too long,” said Assistant Coach Chad Ashton. “I am really happy for the guys. I’m really happy that they get rewarded for their hard work. It’s well deserved.”

Everyone said it was going to take time. It clicked on the field last night, and it wasn’t by chance. We worked for it.

Post-Match Quotes: April 5, 2014

"It was just important for us to move forward in our play, but also get the win."
Post-Match Quotes: April 5, 2014

Ben Olsen

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Ben Olsen – Head Coach, D.C. United

On the game:
Yeah, it’s relief. It was just important for us to move forward in our play, but also get the win. It feels good. It feels good for a lot of those new guys, and in particular some of those old guys as we got a little bit of a demon off our back, and we can move forward now.

April 5 Highlights: D.C. United 2 - New England Revolution 0

Andrew Dykstra earns a shutout and Chris Rolfe nets his first goal for the Black-and-Red
Highlights: DCU 2 - NER 0

April 5 Recap: D.C. United 2 - New England Revolution 0

In an Eastern Conference battle, United finds its first win of 2014
Recap: DCU 2 - NER 0

District Ultras and DCU goal Celebration - 2014

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D.C. United rode an own goal and stoppage-time insurance tally to knock off Eastern Conference rival New England Revolution 2-0 Saturday night at RFK Stadium, snapping a 16-game winless streak in league matches.

The losing streak was the longest in D.C.'s storied history, and good for the the second longest in MLS history.

Goal: Chris Rolfe sets a tone in his DCU debut

In the waning minutes of the match, Rolfe nets a one-touch goal
Goal: DCU 2 - NER 0

Goal: A New England own goal gives D.C. United a 1-0 lead

An own goal puts DCU up 1-0
Goal: DCU 1 - NER 0

Congratulations Davy Arnaud!

United midfielder hit his 300th MLS Regular Season game last weekend
Congrats Davy!

Newton's Laws by D.C. United

Pride, Tradition, Passion. Down to a science.
Newton's Laws

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