It’s a top of the table clash as the two top teams in the East battle in Foxboro tomorrow night with DC looking to shake off a bad loss to Philly and keep themselves ahead of the Revolution in the standings. Ironically, the two longest unbeaten streaks in MLS this season were both snapped this […]
DC heads to Philly looking to extend its eight game unbeaten streak against a Philadelphia side that is reeling through a five game winless streak. This match sees two teams charging in opposite directions as DC took over sole possession of the Eastern Conference lead with their midweek comeback win over Orlando while the Union […]
DC United came from behind to defeat visiting Kaká and Orlando City 2-1 to extend their unbeaten streak to 8. The win propelled United to the lead in the Supporter's shield race. Photos: Martin Fernandez.
Kofi Opare and Chris Rolfe (pictured) scored nine minutes apart late in the second half to turn around an 11th minute deficit to extend the Black-and-Red's unbeaten run to 8 matches in league play and an astounding 22 games unbeaten in all competitions going back to June of 2014. Photo: Martin Fernandez.
Jairo Arrieta's first half goal staked D.C. United to a late first-half lead against the run of play but that was not enough to hold up as Sporting Kansas City equalized just two minutes later as the teams played to a 1-1 draw tonight at RFK Stadium. Photo: Martin Fernandez.
Join the guys as they look back at United's recent run, including the 2-0 win at RFK stadium against the Columbus Crew. The boys talk other DC United news and give "the talent" grief about his "reasoning" for United's current good fortune. The podcast also introduces Stone Giant's new single, Evil Son, available now at the iTunes store (search: Stone Giant)
Bill Hamid signed a multi year contract with the team prior to tonight’s match.
DC United’s Ben Olsen greets the Crew’s Gregg Berhalter.
United’s Davy Arnaud has the moves…
Fabian Espindola shoots past the Crew’s Steve Clark to give United the lead.
Fabian Espindola celebrates his first goal of the season.
Bill Hamid punches the ball out of danger.
Crewdefender Emanuel Pogatetz beats Fabian Espindola to the ball.
A match made at RFK.
Madamme referee, Kathryn Nesbitt.
Crew keeper, Steve Clark, beats everyone to the ball.
Crew forward Kei Kamara passes the ball.
La Barra Brava
DC United defeated the Columbus Crew 2-0 at RFK Stadium in Washington D.C. in front of 13,107 fans to extend their unbeaten streak to six.
Luis Silva milks contact with Crew defender Michael Pankhurst.
United’s Perry Kitchen splits the Crew .
United’s Sean Franklin looks up for targets.
United players huddle up prior to the start of the match.
Crew midfielder Tony Tchani dribbles through United’s third.