DC United managed to hold their 1-0 early lead despite a frantic surge from Red Bull and took the first leg lead in the Atlantic Cup over their fiercest rivals. United will now turn their attention to next Saturday’s match in Columbus as they hope to inflict some payback from their 3-0 season opening loss to the Crew at RFK in March. Photos: Martin Fernandez.
Davy Arnaud's (8) 4th-minute goal stood up to give DC United their second consecutive win of the year over bitter rivals Red Bull New York. Photo: Martin Fernandez.
Join the guys as they talk about recent DC United news, including development in the DC primaries. The boys also talk about DC's recent two games, including the draw against the Fire and the win against the Revolution. Finally the guys talk about the US Men's national team and the upcoming friendlies leading up to the World Cup.
D.C. United received some good fortune and then produced a world-class buildup for the insurance goal in second-half stoppage time in their 2-0 defeat of the New England Revolution at RFK Stadium. The win snapped a club-record 15 game winless streak for United going all the way back to August of 2013. All Photos by Tony Quinn - tonyquinnfotos.com
Recently acquired Chris Rolfe scored United's "insurance" goal late in the second half to give the Black-and-Red their first win and shutout of the season in a very stable defensive performance. Photo Tony Quinn.
United grabbed their first goals and point of the season last week in a draw with the Fire, but if they want to prove they are really starting to come together as a team, then the next step has to be a win against the lowly New England Revolution who also got their first goals […]
The draw with Chicago means that United have now gone 15 matches without a win over the course of two seasons. United will next take aim at the New England Revolution who come to town next Saturday night at 7pm. Photos: Martin Fernandez.
Fabian Espindola's (tying goal) and Perry Kitchen's go-ahead score were not enough for United to secure 3 points at RFK. A late equalizer by the Fire's Quincy Amerikwa leveled the match at 2-2 and spoiled the party for the announced crowd of 9,445 fans, the smallest league crowd at RFK in over five years. Photo: Martin Fernandez
Ben Olsen's team needs to do a much better job this coming Saturday afternoon if they want to put out the Chicago Fire. Photo: Martin Fernandez.
Join the guys as they talk about the first two matches of the season, including the home loss to Columbus at home and the away loss to Toronto this past weekend.