D.C. beat Ronaldinho and AC Milan in wild shootout at RFK

Brazilian is the star, but United come out on top 3-2
DC edge Milan 3-2

The stars were out at RFK Stadium on Wednesday night at D.C. United hosted Italian giants AC Milan in an international friendly—and a spirited crowd of 30,367 spectators were treated to something that’s been almost as rare as a superclub’s visit this season: a United victory.

D.C. rode goals from Luciano Emilio, Chris Pontius and Danny Allsopp to a 3-2 win over the Rossoneri, though the muggy evening’s real highlights were the tricks and flicks of Brazilian idol Ronaldinho and his calcio mates.

D.C. vs Chivas USA

Slumping Goats hoping for league revival at RFK Stadium vs. DC
Preview: D.C. vs Chivas U

The basics   

Chivas USA (3-6-1, 8th in Western Conference) vs. D.C. United (1-8-0, 8th in Eastern Conference) at RFK Stadium, Washington, DC  

United lead all-time regular-season series 5-3-2.

TV: Comcast SportsNet, Direct Kick package,

What's at stake?

VIDEO: Clarence Seedorf recaps the match against D.C. United

Wednesday, May 26 - DC 3, Milan 2
Clarence Seedorf intervie

Voces Post-Partido: Emilio

El delantero carioca habla acerca del triunfo sobre el Milan
Voces Post-Partido: Emili

VIDEO: Bill Hamid recaps his night against AC Milan

The first-year goalkeeper discusses United's win against quality players
Bill Hamid interview

VIDEO: Curt Onalfo post-match press conference

United's head coach discusses the match against AC Milan
Onalfo press conference

Ben Olsen previews AC Milan

United's assistant coach talks about what players can expect and learn from AC Milan
Ben Olsen

Chris Pontius previews AC Milan

United's second-year midfielder talks about Wednesday's friendly vs AC Milan
Chris Pontius

Voces: Christian Castillo

Voces: Christian Castillo

Post-practice interview: Mathieu Flamini

"Playing football is our passion, we'll give it 100% [tomorrow]"
Mathieu Flamini
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