Match Recap

Recap: Toronto FC 0 - D.C. United 2

Pontius, United doom TFC to record-breaking loss
Recap: DC 2 - TFC 0

Recap: San Jose Earthquakes 5 - D.C. United 3

Red-hot 'Quakes cool off United 5-3 in wild one
Recap: 'Quakes 5 - United 3

Recap: D.C. United 3 - Houston Dynamo 2

Maicon Santos brace extends DC streak, hold on second place
Recap: DC 3 - Houston 2

Recap: D.C. United 4 - New York Red Bulls 1

Pontius hat trick leads United to rout of Red Bulls
Recap: DC 4 - RBNY 1

Recap: D.C. United 1 - Montreal Impact 1

Stalemate in DC as Santos, Corradi find the net
RECAP: DC 1 - Montreal 1

Recap: New England Revolution 1 - D.C. United 2

Pontius strikes late as Black-and-Red rally past Revs
RECAP: DC 2 - NE 1

Recap: D.C. United 0 - Seattle Sounders FC 0

Post ensures DC and Seattle play to scoreless draw
Recap: DC 0 - Seattle 0
Nick DeLeon (right) gets past a twisting Zach Scott (left)

The absence of a finishing touch was the name of the game Saturday night at RFK Stadium, as D.C. United and the Seattle Sounders FC battled to a 0-0 draw in front of 15,651 fans.

Despite a lack of clear-cut opportunities throughout the match, Seattle left back Marc Burch nearly stole the show late on, as he sent a header crashing against the bar moments after coming into the match.

Recap: D.C. United 4 - FC Dallas 1

United thump Dallas 4-1 for first win of the season
RECAP: DC 4 - Dallas 1

D.C. United erased a woeful start to their season with their first victory of the 2012 campaign, a 4-1 win against FC Dallas Friday night at RFK Stadium in the nation’s capital.

A three-goal outburst in the second half proved the difference as United were spurred on by veteran Maicon Santos and rookie Nick DeLeon. Dallas, meanwhile, struggled to keep up after an even first 45 minutes and dropped their second road decision in a row.

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Recap: Vancouver Whitecaps 0 - D.C. United 0

Whitecaps, United split points as they play to a 0-0 draw
RECAP: Vancouver 0 - DC 0

VANCOUVER – The Vancouver Whitecaps hosted D.C. United on Saturday night and both teams picked up their first draw of the season in what ended up as a 0-0 affair in front of 19,394 fans at B.C. Place.

The match started off slowly. Although there were some clever touches in midfield from Vancouver's Camilo, Eric Hassli and Davide Chiumiento, they didn't lead to anything meaningful for the home team, which just had the edge in possession with 51.6 percent of the ball.

Recap: LA Galaxy 3 - D.C. United 1

Keane, Galaxy drop United for first win of 2012
RECAP: LA 3 - DC 1
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