They may be the worst team in MLS, but D.C. United showed plenty of fight, coming back twice to tie the defending MLS Cup champions LA Galaxy 2-2 at RFK Stadium.
United netted a late 84th-minute equalizer on a header by substitute Kyle Porter and it came just three minutes after the Galaxy looked to have sealed an important three points through a Michael Stephens finish.
CARSON, Calif. – Rookie forward Erick “Cubo” Torres stayed red-hot on Sunday night, scoring the lone goal of the evening as Chivas USA took the battle of last-place teams, pulling out a 1-0 victory against visiting D.C. United at the StubHub Center.
HARRISON, N.J. – The New York Red Bulls started their match against rivals D.C. United with Thierry Henry on the bench, were reduced to 10 men in the 72nd minute and gave up a potentially game-tying penalty kick on the same play.
They still managed to win.
An early golazo by D.C. United captain Dwayne De Rosario was cancelled out by a second-half equalizer from Bobby Convey as the bottom two teams in the Eastern Conference battled to a 1-1 draw at RFK Stadium.
De Rosario’s world-class goal in the 10th minute stood until the 60th when winger Reggie Lambe sent a strong cross into the box that found Convey making the secondary run, for his first of the season.
You know what happens when Marco Di Vaio scores at Stade Saputo.
The Italian’s first MLS goals since July 3 were the difference between the Montreal Impact and D.C. United on Saturday night. The 2-1 win was Montreal’s seventh in eight games when Di Vaio has scored at Stade Saputo; they tied the other.
CHESTER, Pa. – Playing their third game in eight days, D.C. United fielded their youngest starting lineup in franchise history for Saturday’s nationally televised showdown against the Philadelphia Union.
The youngsters were no match for MLS veteran Conor Casey.
BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. – D.C. United may not have much to play for during the final months of the MLS regular season, but after upending the Chicago Fire 2-0 on Wednesday at Toyota Park, they're one win from taking home their third US Open Cup trophy.
Let D.C. United’s youth movement begin.
After becoming the first team to concede a goal to D.C. United in the opening 10 minutes of a match this season, the New England Revolution responded with a strong second half to down the league’s worst club, 2-1, on Saturday at RFK Stadium.
Dimitry Imbongo and Diego Fagundez scored for the Revolution while Luis Silva found the net for the second time in as many matches in a D.C. kit.
BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. – Through all of their struggles, D.C. United could at least take solace in the fact that they hadn't allowed more than two goals in any of their last nine matches.