WASHINGTON – The 2010 FIFA World Cup has taken Washington, D.C., by storm, with a long list of hot spots and viewing parties on offer for the capital city's eclectic population and many international communities.
That passion is pulsing just as strongly in the D.C. United locker room, where members of the team were randomly assigned participating countries to follow at the outset of the tournament and are now watching to see if their adopted squad will go home early, or progress deep into the knockout rounds.
WASHINGTON -- El D.C. United tratará de extender su racha de buenos resultados en amistosos internacionales este sábado frente a la Selección de El Salvador.
La plantilla que dirige Curt Onalfo llega al duelo con fines benéficos inspirada en su último triunfo liguero frente a Seattle Sounders FC. El héroe del pasado 10 de junio fue Chris Pontius, cuyo ‘hat-trick’ guió a los capitalinos a la victoria 3-2 en el Qwest Field.
WASHINGTON -- Aunque salieron cabizbajos del Estadio RFK por la derrota de su selección ante el D.C. United, los aficionados salvadoreños que presenciaron el partido amistoso entre ‘La Selecta’ y el equipo capitalino coincidieron en señalar que menos mal que el Mundial de Sudáfrica continúa el domingo para mantener viva la emoción que en estos días los embarga con motivo de esa fiesta futbolística.
dcunited.com's Tony Limarzi quizzes D.C. United Forward, Jaime Moreno with a series of rapid-fire questions about life, soccer, and ... breakfast?!
Way before Ryan Nelsen even kicked a ball at the World Cup, he had a good feeling his All-Whites were capable of pulling off an upset.
New Zealand did just that on Sunday, tallying a shock 1-1 tie with world champions Italy.
"We are underdogs, but we have great unity in the team, and on a good day you never know what can happen," Nelsen told reporters back in May.
D.C. United Head Coach, Curt Onalfo, reflects back on United's 1-0 victory over El Salvador.
dcunited.com's Tony Limarzi recaps Saturday's charity match between D.C. United and El Salvador. Proceeds benefited the Spanish Catholic Center and United for D.C.
The El Salvador national team was greeted by throngs of supporters for their friendly against D.C. United at RFK Stadium, but it was the MLS team that dominated the proceedings from start to finish, as a second-half goal by Adam Cristman gave the hosts a deserved 1-0 victory.
United dominated possession in the early part of the game, and created their first chance 15 minutes in when Jaime Moreno got to El Salvador’s end-line and cut the ball back for Chris Pontius.