Match Recap

July 11 Recap: D.C. United 2 - San Jose Earthquakes 1

Two first half goals give United the edge, team earns third straight road win
Recap: DCU 2 - SJE 1

D.C. United extended their lead atop the Eastern Conference, while the San Jose Earthquakes dug their hole even deeper at the bottom of the West.

Eddie Johnson scored from the penalty spot and Luis Silva added another from open play in the first half as United overcame Chris Wondolowski’s sixth goal of the season for a 2-1 victory Friday night.

July 5 Recap: D.C. United 2 - Toronto FC 1

United does the work to bring back three points from Eastern Conference opponent
Recap: DCU 2 - TFC 1

Perry Kitchen celebrates with Lewis Neal and Bobby Boswell

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Goals by Nick DeLeon and Perry Kitchen gave D.C. United a 2-1 win over Toronto FC with all three strikes coming in a wild second half that came to a crescendo when TFC were cut down to 10 men in the final minutes Saturday evening at BMO Field.

June 28 Recap: D.C. United 0 - Seattle Sounders 1

United falls to the Sounders despite 14 shots
Recap: DCU 0 - SEA 1

Eddie Johnson vs. Seattle Sounders - 2014 regular season

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West was the best in a meeting of conference leaders Saturday night at RFK Stadium as the Seattle Sounders cruised to a 1-0 victory over D.C. United.

Chad Barrett’s first-half strike would be enough for Seattle in the teams’ return to MLS play following the World Cup break.

June 11 Recap: D.C. United 4 - Montreal Impact 2

United heads into the World Cup break 1st in the East
Recap: DCU 4 - MTL 2

There was plenty for the neutral to enjoy on Wednesday at Stade Saputo, as the Montreal Impact and D.C. United scored six goals between them in a frantic first half.

A Luis Silva hat trick was the difference, however, as D.C. picked up the three points and moved to the top of the Eastern Conference (7-4-4, 25 pts) with a 4-2 win on Wednesday. Nick DeLeon scored the other D.C. goal.

June 7 Recap: D.C. United 0 - Columbus Crew 0

A hard fought battle at FedExField sees both teams earn 1 point
Recap: DCU 0 - CLB 0

Franklin Jimenez 6.7

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About four hours after Cesc Fabregas missed an early penalty kick in Spain’s 2-0 win over El Salvador, Fabian Espindola flubbed an injury-time PK that allowed the Columbus Crew to escape FedEx Field with a 0-0 draw on Saturday night in the nightcap of a Road to Brazil doubleheader.

May 31 Recap: D.C. United 1 - Sporting KC 0

The Black-and-Red close the month of May with a win
Recap: DCU 1 - SKC 0

Fabian espindola goal celebration - hug huddle

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Fabián Espíndola scores when he wants to. And apparently, when he isn’t even trying to as well.

May 24 Recap: D.C. United 1 - New England Revolution 2

United battles back, but falls to the Revs 2-1
Recap: DCU 1 NER 2

 After a slow, scoreless first half of play, the skies and the game opened up in a second half that featured a little bit of everything, ending in a New England Revolution 2-1 victory over Eastern Conference rival D.C. United Saturday night at Gillette Stadium.

May 21 Recap: D.C. United 2 - Houston Dynamo 0

Rolfe and Espíndola shine in massive win at home
Recap: DCU 2 - HOU 0

team celebrating goal vs. houston dynamo - 2014

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What a difference a year makes.

Just a season after being swept in their three-game series with the Houston Dynamo by a combined score of 8-1, D.C. United made easy work of the Dynamo on Wednesday night, riding goals from Fabian Espindola and Chris Rolfe to a 2-0 victory at RFK Stadium.

May 17 Recap: D.C. United 1 - Montreal Impact 1

Eddie Johnson plays spoiler, earns United a draw
Recap: DCU 1 - MTL 1

Eddie Johnson celebration huddle - montreal - 2014

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The wait is over for Eddie Johnson.

May 10 Recap: D.C. United 1 - Philadelphia Union 0

Chris Rolfe puts DCU up early and the team holds the lead for its first away win
Recap: DCU 1 - PHI 0

Chris Rolfe - goal celebration at Philly

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Chris Rolfe and D.C. United extended their closest rivals’ streak of futility with a 1-0 road win over the reeling Philadelphia Union in front of 18,522 fans at PPL Park on Saturday afternoon.

An early goal from Rolfe was all United needed to sink the Union, who are now winless in their last nine games, the longest such stretch in the franchise’s five-year history.

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