Match Recap

Recap: Chivas USA 0 - D.C. United 3

United striker surges back into Boot race, damages Goats' hopes
Recap: DC 3- Chivas USA 0

Davies-chivas

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CARSON, Calif. — Charlie Davies scored a hat trick off three assists by Chris Pontius as D.C. United surged back into the playoff race with a commanding 3-0 victory over Chivas USA at the Home Depot Center on Saturday night.

The pair led DC throughout the match, but were eventually stopped after Pontius suffered an injury late in the match that required him to helped off the field with the aid of a stretcher.

RELATED: Chris Pontius injury update

Recap: Sporting KC 1 - D.C. United 0

Defense makes Kamara's first-half strike stand up for SKC
Recap: DC 0 - SKC 1

Brandon McDonald - Matt Besler

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KANSAS CITY, Kan. – Kei Kamara scored his seventh goal of the season and Kansas City put up a shutout as Sporting KC defeated D.C. United 1-0 Sunday night in front of 15,352 fans at Livestrong Sporting Park.

As they have for much of their current home stand, Kansas City grabbed the initiative from the opening kick, threatening United’s goal just thirty seconds into the game.

Recap: Chicago Fire 1 - D.C. United 1

Wolff's goal gives United 1-1 draw at Chicago
Recap: DC 1 - Chicago 1

Perry Kitchen

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BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. – The Chicago Fire set the all-time MLS record for ties in a single season Thursday night, giving up a late goal to draw D.C. United 1-1 in front of 15,818 at Toyota Park.

Former Fire forward Josh Wolff scored for DC, hammering a close range shot over Chicago goalie Sean Johnson in the 73rd minute to steal a point for United and hand the Fire their 15th draw of the year.

Recap: D.C. United 4 - Vancouver Whitecaps FC 0

United use three-goal barrage in second half to bury Vancouver
Recap: DC 4 - 'Caps 0

WASHINGTON – A Chris Pontius brace powered DC United to a comfortable 4-0 victory over the Vancouver Whitecaps on Saturday night RFK Stadium.

Pontius tallied in first-half stoppage time to break a scoreless draw, then scored again during DC’s three-goal barrage in the second half to earn their first win at home since May 4.

DC improve to 7-6-9 with the win and have now won of their last three games, while Vancouver (3-12-9) are now winless in 13 games away from home in their expansion season.

Reserve League: D.C. United 2, Toronto FC 1

United's Reserves extended their unbeaten run in Reserve League play
Reserves: DC 2 - TFC 1

Marc Burch

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Marc Burch scored the match winner on a free kick in the 80th minute

WASHINGTON— D.C. United’s Reserves (5-0-1) continued their unbeaten streak in 2011 MLS Reserve League action, defeating Toronto FC 2-1 at the D.C. United Training Complex at RFK Stadium on Sunday morning. 

United's Reserves controlled the tempo in the opening minutes of the match, but were unable to translate their efforts into goals. United’s best attempt of the half came off the foot of Stephen King, who connected on a ball from the edge of the area in the 16th minute, but his shot couldn't find the back of the net.

Recap: D.C. United 3 - Toronto FC 3

10-man United fights back to earn a draw at home
Recap: DC 3 - TFC 3

WASHINGTON – D.C. United and Toronto FC battled to a wild 3-3 draw in the nation’s capital Saturday night.

In a game with an early red card, goals galore and a coach ejection, Dwayne De Rosario's hat trick saved a point for the home side as Toronto couldn’t capitalize on having a man advantage for 83 minutes.

WASHINGTON – D.C. United and Toronto FC battled to a wild 3-3 draw in the nation’s capital Saturday night.

Recap: San Jose Earthquakes 0 - D.C. United 2

Ex-Quake scores twice in 2nd as San Jose's spell now at 9 games
Recap: DC 2 - SJ 0

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — No matter what uniform he wears, Dwayne De Rosario keeps on killing the team that gave him his MLS start.

In just his fifth game for D.C. United, De Rosario scored a pair of second-half goals and the visitors hung on despite playing a man down for the final 20 minutes on Saturday to beat the San Jose Earthquakes, 2-0 at Buck Shaw Stadium.

Recap: D.C. United 1 - Everton 3

Fast start helps Everton get past D.C. United
Recap: DC 1 - Everton 3
Josh Wolff chases after Diniyar Bilyaletdinov

WASHINGTON — Two early first-half goals led Everton to a 3-1 win over D.C. United in a friendly at RFK Stadium Saturday night.

Victor Anichebe and Diniyar Bilyaletdinov each scored in the game’s first 16 minutes to pace the Premier League side past United, whose lone goal of the game came from Chris Pontius.

Within four minutes after kick off, Everton took the lead. Leighton Baines curled a ball from midfield over the D.C. United back line, and an on-rushing Anichebe beat Brandon McDonald to the ball, chipping over Bill Hamid to take the lead.

Recap: D.C. United 0 - New England Revolution 1

McCarthy goal pushes New England past DC at RFK
Recap: DC 0 - Revs 1

WASHINGTON – A second half goal from Stephen McCarthy and the outstanding play of ‘keeper Matt Reis proved to be the difference as the New England Revolution snatched a badly needed 1-0 win over D.C. United at RFK Stadium.

The result snapped a nine game winless streak in MLS for the Revolution, grabbing all three points as DC missed a number of chances, including a penalty kick in the first half.

Recap: FC Dallas 0 - D.C. United 0

D.C. register another big road result, 0-0 in Dallas
Recap: DC 0 - Dallas 0

FRISCO, Texas- On a muggy, 100-degree evening at Pizza Hut Park, FC Dallas and DC United played to their second 0-0 draw of the season in a game with few offensive opportunities on Saturday night.

The game featured only three total shots on goal, as neither team was able to make connections in the midfield, stunting their respective attacks.

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