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.
Unable to break down a pesky D.C. United squad in the final third, the Colorado Rapids were forced to settle for a 0-0 draw at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park on Sunday night.
SEATTLE — On a night that seemed to have "trap game" written all over it, Obafemi Martins made sure the Seattle Sounders came out unscathed.
The Nigerian international scored a pair of goals to lead the Sounders to a 2-0 win over last-place D.C. United on Wednesday.
There’s just something about Dwayne De Rosario and the US Open Cup.
After scoring a hat trick against Philadelphia one round prior, D.C. United’s captain scored the game-winning goal against the New England Revolution with a header in the 69th minute to help D.C. advance to the semifinal round, 3-1, in Wednesday night’s quarterfinal match at the SoccerPlex in Boyds, Md.