It was a high-scoring affair at RFK Stadium as D.C. United’s reserve squad topped Toronto’s reserves 4-3 Saturday afternoon. Stephen King, Maicon Santos, Chris Pontius and Hamdi Salihi got on the score sheet for the home side in a shootout. DC moves to 1-0-1 in Reserve League play.
BOYDS, Md. – Rookie Antoine Hoppenot played hero on Tuesday night, scoring in the first frame of extra time to send the Philadelphia Union past D.C. United 2-1 at the Maryland SoccerPlex and into the quarterfinals of the US Open Cup.
D.C. United had to put in an extra shift to avoid upset to the third-division Richmond Kickers in US Open Cup play on Tuesday, but Marcelo Saragosa fired home in the 107th minute at Richmond City Stadium to give the Black-and-Red a 2-1 win over their nearest rivals.
The New England Revolution Reserves and D.C. United reserves played to a 0-0 draw at the Lower Practice Field at Gillette Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
The match, which was originally scheduled on April 14 after the clubs’ first-team match at Gillette Stadium, was played less than 24 hours after the two teams hosted other MLS opponents in league action. The Revolution’s first team played to a 2-2 draw against Houston last night in Foxborough, while D.C. earned a 3-1 win over Toronto in Washington before the reserve side flew in this morning for the afternoon kickoff.