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Post-Match Facts: United vs. New England Revolution

D.C. United  (2-3-3, 9 points) vs. New England Revolution (1-2-5, 8 points)

2016 MLS Regular Season
April 23, 2016 – RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C.   
Attendance: 16,005

  • Luciano Acosta scored his first career MLS goal.
  • This was the 68th meeting between United and New England.  United are 31-26-11 against the Eastern Conference club all-time.
  • United are now 171-89-58 at RFK Stadium all-time.
  • United and the Revs have played 34 times at RFK.  The Black-and-Red are 21-9-4 against New England all-time at home.
  • This match marks the end of a three-game homestand; United travel to Chicago next weekend.



Goals by Half

  1st Half 2nd Half Total
D.C. United 1 2 3
New England Revolution 0 0 0

Scoring Summary

Minute Team Goalscorer Assisted by
33' DCU Lamar Neagle (PK)  
86' DCU Luciano Acosta Álvaro Saborío
90' DCU Álvaro Saborío  

Misconduct Summary

Minute Team Offender Reason
21' D.C. Marcelo Sarvas Dissent
45+1' NE Scott Caldwell Unsporting Behavior
62' D.C. Sean Franklin Unsporting Behavior
68' NE Jose Goncalves Unsporting Behavior

Box Score

Team Shots Shots on Goal Corners Offsides Possession (%) Saves
D.C. United 14 6 6 1 45.3 3
New England Revolution 13 3 1 3 54.7 3

D.C. United lineup:

Travis Worra; Taylor Kemp, Bobby Boswell, Steven Birnbaum, Sean Franklin; Lamar Neagle, Nick DeLeon, Marcelo, Patrick Nyarko (81' Vincent); Chris Rolfe (71' Acosta), Fabián Espíndola (44' Saborío)

Unused Substitutes: Hall, Jeffrey, Mishu, Opare 

New England Revolution lineup:

Bobby Shuttleworth; Je-Vaughn Watson, Andrew Farrell, Jose Goncalves, Chris Tierney (29' Woodberry); Gershon Koffie, Scott Caldwell (59' Davies), Kelyn Rowe, Lee Nguyen, Diego Fagundez; Teal Bunbury (79' Daigo Kobayashi)

Unused Substitutes: Knighton, Sambinha, Femi Hollinger-Janzen

Head Referee: Alan Kelly
Assistant Referees: Adam Wienckowski, Eric Weisbrod
Fourth Official: Mark Kadlecik