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.
- 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|
|New England Revolution||0||0||0|
|33'||DCU||Lamar Neagle (PK)|
|86'||DCU||Luciano Acosta||Álvaro Saborío|
|45+1'||NE||Scott Caldwell||Unsporting Behavior|
|62'||D.C.||Sean Franklin||Unsporting Behavior|
|68'||NE||Jose Goncalves||Unsporting Behavior|
|Team||Shots||Shots on Goal||Corners||Offsides||Possession (%)||Saves|
|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
Fourth Official: Mark Kadlecik