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DC United 2, Columbus Crew SC 0 | MLS Match Recap

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DC United 2, Columbus Crew SC 0 | MLS Match Recap

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WASHINGTON - D.C. United and Columbus Crew SC met at RFK Stadium on Saturday evening with first-place United riding a 15-game home unbeaten run (across all competitions) and fourth-place Columbus riding a pair of resounding victories over New England and Houston.  

D.C. United downs MLS leader Vancouver Whitecaps

Post-match recap
DCU downs Whitecaps on the road

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VANCOUVER, B.C. - The leaders in the West and the co-leaders in the East served up an exciting feast of soccer at BC Place on Saturday evening, but it was D.C. United who fought back from conceding an early Pedro Morales goal to come away with a 2-1 victory over a 10-man Vancouver Whitecaps side.

April 18 Recap: D.C. United 1 - Houston Dynamo 1

D.C. United and Dynamo Draw at RFK
Match Recap: DCU 1 - HOU 1

WASHINGTON - D.C. United met the Houston Dynamo on Saturday night needing a at least a point to keep pace with the Eastern-Conference-leading New York Red Bulls. The Dynamo were looking for points of their own, eager to follow up last week’s positive result at Montreal and climb a bit higher in the West.

April 11 Recap: D.C. United 2 - Red Bulls New York 2

D.C. United Draws Eastern Rivals
Match Recap: DCU 2 - RBNY 2


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WASHINGTON – Neither side could emerge victorious on Saturday evening as two bitter rivals battled for the second time in less than a month when D.C. United welcomed the New York Red Bulls to RFK Stadium.

D.C. looked to avenge a late-March loss to New York – their only defeat of the season – while New York took the pitch looking to leapfrog United and wrap their hands around the Atlantic Cup title with months to spare. 

April 3 Recap: D.C. United 1 - Orlando City 0

Silva Finds Net in Free Kick at Death
Match Recap: DCU 1 - OCSC 0

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For the second successive home game, Orlando City SC suffered stoppage-time heartbreak as they allowed D.C. United to steal away with three points from the latest of goals. And for the second successive game, D.C. United won with a very late goal.

March 28 Recap: D.C. United 1 - LA Galaxy 0

Black-and-Red Earn 3 Points at Home
Recap: DCU 1 - LA 0

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Chris Pontius and Nick DeLeon starred in the late show at blustery RFK Stadium on Saturday night, combining on an injury-time strike to stun the defending MLS Cup champions LA Galaxy 1-0.

March 22 Recap: D.C. United 0 - New York Red Bulls 2

Black-and-Red Fall to Rival Red Bulls
Recap: DCU 0 - RBNY 2

The league's leading scorer in 2014, Bradley Wright-Phillips, found the back of the net in the first half for the first time this season and Lloyd Sam got an insurance goal in the second half as the Red Bulls cruised against a DC team that rarely threatened and missed the mark on a stoppage time penalty kick taken by Chris Pontius.

March 7 Recap: D.C. United 1 - Montreal Impact 0

Black-and-Red win first opener since '11
Recap: DCU 1 - MTL 0

D.C. United and the Montreal Impact met at a bitterly cold RFK Stadium on Saturday afternoon, both teams playing on short rest after their respective CONCACAF Champions League matches earlier in the week.

It would be United that would start their 20th season off with a bang, Jairo Arrieta’s second-half strike good enough to lead United to a 1-0 victory over Montreal in front of a bundled up crowd of 11,549.

DCU Optimistic For Regular Season

Reactions to CONCACAF & CBA Agreement
DCU Optimistic For Regular Season
Forward momentum

D.C. United’s untimely exit from the Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League at the hands of Alajuelense was an opportunity missed. But the lessons learned can be put to immediate use with the 2015 Major League Soccer regular season opener against the Montreal Impact (CSN, Saturday, 3) just around the corner.

Recap: D.C. United 2 - Alajuelense 5

United falls in first quarterfinal match of the regional tournament
Recap: DCU 2 - ALA 5

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D.C. United has a tall task ahead if it is going to reach the Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League semifinals after a 5-2 defeat at the hands of Alajuelense at Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto in Costa Rica. The two sides face off in the second leg of their quarterfinal clash March 4 at 8 p.m. United will need to win by three goals without allowing more than one – i.e. 3-0 or 4-1 – or win outright by four goals to advance.

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