Markus Halsti (pictured) made his MLS debut with D.C. United but it was in a losing cause as United give up a late game-winner.
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.
Fabian Espindola returned to RFK Stadium to lead D.C. United to a 2-0 win over Columbus. Photo Martin Fernandez.
Chris Rolfe (pictured) grabs the game-winning goal for United in their first-ever win in British Columbia
Chris Rolfe (pictured), staked United to a 1-0 lead with a stunning free-kick goal in the 36th minute
Perry Kitchen (pictured) rises above the fray to score the first of his two goals tonight against Red Bull. Photo: Martin Fernandez.
Bill Hamid (pictured) comes up big once again in leading United to victory over Orlando City SC
Chris Pontius' 93rd-minute header was the difference in D.C. United's dramatic 1-0 win over the Los Angeles Galaxy tonight at frigid RFK Stadium. The win over the Galaxy was United's first in ten league matches against their West coast rivals and first since a 4-1 win at RFK in June of 2008. Photo: Martin Fernandez.