Post-Match Facts | #DCvCLB

D.C. United 1 (1-3-2, 5 points) v. Columbus Crew SC 0 (3-3-1, 10 points)

2018 MLS Regular Season
April 14, 2018 – Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, MD
Attendance: 12,396
Player Notes
  • Ulises Segura scored his first MLS Regular Season goal for United 43 seconds into the match.
  • Segura scored the third fastest goal in D.C. United history; the fastest was scored by Chris Pontius on June 24, 2012 against the New York Red Bulls. 
  • Goalkeeper Steve Clark made his first start of 2018; he recorded his first shutout for United since Sept., 23, 2017 (4-0 win against San Jose).
  • Luciano Acosta recorded the 18th assist of his MLS career on Segura's game-winning goal. The assist moved him to 10th all-time in D.C. United history.
  • Defender Kofi Opare made his first appearance of the 2018 season after coming on in the 73rd minute.
  • Patrick Mullins made his first start of the 2018 season. 
  • Paul Arriola received his first red card of his MLS career in the 51st-minute. 
#DCvCLB Notes
  • The Black-and-Red beat Columbus Crew SC for the first time since Sept. 28, 2016; a 3-0 win at RFK Stadium.
  • It was the 76th MLS Regular Season fixture between the two teams. 
Match Notes
  • United recorded a shutout for the first time in 2018.
  • United are 1-0-0 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in the first ever MLS match at the venue. 
  • The Black-and-Red are 1-1-0 in one goal games this season. 


Goals by Half

  1st Half 2nd Half Total
D.C. United 1 0 1
Columbus Crew SC 0 0 0


Scoring Summary

Minute Team Goalscorer Assisted by
0:43' D.C. United Ulises Segura Paul Arriola, Luciano Acosta


Misconduct Summary

Minute Team Offender Reason
23' Columbus Crew SC Federico Higuaín Dissent
51' D.C. United Paul Arriola Serious Foul Play
84' D.C. United Steve Clark Time wasting
84' Columbus Crew SC Jonathan Mensah Unsporting behavior

Box Score

Team Shots Shots on Goal Corners Offsides Possession (%) Saves
D.C. United 5 1 2 1 31% 5
Columbus Crew SC 24 5 6 3 69% 0


Columbus Crew SC lineup:

Zack Steffen, Josh Williams (Abu, 73'), Harrison Afful, Milton Valnezuela, Jonathan Mensah, Artur, Federico Higuaín (Jiménez, 82'), Cristian Martínez (Jahn, 63'), Wil Trapp, Pedro Santos, Gyasi Zardes

Unused Substitutes: Lalas Abubakar, Jon Kempin, Ricardo Clark


D.C. United lineup:

Steve Clark; Joseph Mora, Steven Birnbaum, Frédéric Brillant, Nick DeLeon; Júnior Moreno (Durkin, 46'); Yamil Asad, Luciano Acosta (Opare, 73'), Ulises Segura, Paul Arriola; Patrick Mullins (Fisher, 64')

Unused Substitutes: Travis Worra, Ian Harkes, Zoltán Stieber 

Referee: Ismail Elfath
Assistant Referees: Corey Parker, TJ Zablocki
Fourth Official: Rubiel Vazquez
Video Assistant Referee: Luis Guardia