IMAGE: Le Toux 250

Continuing the trend of Black-and-Red players reaching career milestones early this season, MLS veteran Sébastien Le Toux hit an impressive benchmark when he came on as a second-half substitute for Nick DeLeon in United's match against the New York Red Bulls on April 15: 250 regular season MLS appearances. Le Toux became the 67th player in MLS history to hit the milestone and the second current player on United's roster behind Bobby Boswell (Sean Franklin is currently at 248 games played).


47' United Sub: Le Toux DeLeon@SebastienLeToux makes his 250th career appearance#DCU | #NYvDC 1-0 pic.twitter.com/FnljnJHkvQ

— D.C. United (@dcunited) April 16, 2017


The versatile forward is one of only two active players with at least 50 goals and 50 assists (along with Javier Morales) and 17 in MLS history, but is the only active player with at least 55 and 55. He has yet to score for the Black-and-Red after being acquired this offseason.