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Post-Match Facts | #TORvDC

D.C. United (7-3-3, 24 points) v. Toronto FC (5-4-2, 17 Points)

2019 MLS Regular Season
May 15, 2019- Toronto, ON, BMO Field
Attendance : 26,116

Player Notes

  • Akeem Ward made his debut for the Black-and-Red after being selected 14th overall in the 2019 MLS SuperDraft.
  • Quincy Amarikwa started his 99th career MLS game; It was his first start for D.C. United.
  • Bill Hamid recorded a career high 12 saves in his second consecutive clean sheet; He now leads MLS with seven clean sheets this season.

#DC vs.TOR

  • The Black-and-Red are now 14-10-7 all time against Toronto FC.

Match Notes

  • The Black-and-Red now have a 3-1-2 record away from home this season
  • D.C. United are in first place of the Eastern Conference with a 7-3-3 record


Goals by Half

  1st Half 2nd Half Total
Toronto FC 0 0 0
D.C. United 0 0 0


Scoring Summary

Minute Team Goalscorer Assisted by

Misconduct Summary

Minute Team Offender Reason
61' D.C. United Ulises Segura Unsporting Behavior
82' Toronto FC Justin Morrow Unsporting Behavior

Box Score

Team Shots Shots on Goal Corners Offsides Possession (%) Saves
Toronto FC 35 13 10 1 71.3% 2
D.C. United 3 2 2 4 28.7% 12


D.C. United Lineup:
Bill Hamid, Akeem Ward (Luciano Acosta, 48’), Steven Birnbaum, Jalen Robinson, Frederic Brillant, Ulises Segura, Chris McCann (Paul Arriola, 62’), Chris Durkin, Russell Canouse, Zoltan Stieber, Quincy Amarikwa (Wayne Rooney, 48’)
Unused Substitutes: Chris Seitz, Leonardo Jara, Marquinhos Pedroso, Lucas Rodriguez

Toronto FC’s Lineup:
Quentin Westberg, Eriq Zavaleta (Jay Chapman, 72’), Drew Moor, Chris Mavinga, Auro, Marco Delgado, Michael Bradley, Jonathan Osorio (Terrence Boyd, 80’), Nick DeLeon (Justin Morrow, HT), Alejandro Pozuelo, Jordan Hamilton
Unused Substitutes: Alex Bono, Ashtone Morgan, Richie Laryea, Liam Fraser

Referee: Drew Fischer
Assistant Referees:Charles Morgante, Claudia Badea
Fourth Official: Luis Guardia
VAR: Matthew Franz
AVAR: Jeff Muschik