_DCvNYC_5.18.2022_HW_173

D.C. United (4-6-1, 13 pts.) 0 vs. 2 New York City FC (6-3-2, 10 pts.)
2022 MLS Regular Season
May 18, 2022 - Audi Field - Washington, DC

Player Notes

  • Sami Guediri joined the Black-and-Red on loan from Loudoun United; he came on as a 46th-minute substitute.
  • Rafael Romo made his first career MLS start; he recorded four saves.
  • Russell Canouse made his 100th career MLS regular season appearance in the match.

#DCvNYC

  • The Black-and-Red are 5-9-3 against New York City FC all-time.
  • D.C. United have a 5-3-1 record against New York City FC at home all-time.

Match Notes

  • D.C. United are 3-4-0 at Audi Field in 2022.
Goals by Half
Team
1st Half
2nd Half
Final
D.C. United
0
0
0
New York City FC
2
0
2
Scoring Summary
Minute
Team
Goalscorer
Assisted By
6'
New York City FC
Alexander Callens
C. Golster, S. Rodriguez
45'+5' PK
New York City FC
Valentin Castellanos
Misconduct Summary
Minute
Team
Offender
Reason
19'
D.C. United
Rafael Romo
Foul
36'
New York City FC
Santiago Rodriguez
Time Wasting
64'
New York City FC
Valentin Castellanos
Time Wasting
90'+4'
New York City FC
Gedion Zelalem
Time Wasting
Boxscore
Team
Shots
SOG
Corners
Offsides
Possession
Saves
D.C. United
8
0
4
2
44.4%
4
New York City FC
12
6
6
0
55.6%
1

D.C. United Lineup: Rafael Romo, Brad Smith (Sami Guediri 46'), Donovan Pines, Steven Birnbaum, Tony Alfaro (Julian Gressel 46'), Brendan Hines-Ike, Sofiane Djeffal, Russell Canouse (Drew Skundrich 58'), Griffin Yow (Taxi Fountas 46'), Edison Flores (Nigel Robertha 72'), Ola Kamara

Unused Substitutes:

Manager: Chad Ashton

New York City FC Lineup: Sean Johnson, Chris Gloster (Maltre Amundsen 72'), Thiago Martins, Alexander Callens, Alfredo Morales, Nicolas Acevedo, Santiago Rodriguez, Keaton Parks (Gedion Zelalem 90'), Thiago (Maxime Chanot 56'), Valentin Castellanos, Talles Magno (Heber 90')

Unused Substitutes: Luis Barraza, Andres Jasson, Vuk Latinovich, Gabriel Pereira, Justin Hook

Manager: Ronny Deila