Fabian Espindola scored twice and set up another goal in D.C. United’s 4-1 dismantling of league-leading FC Dallas at RFK Stadium. Bobby Boswell and Sean Franklin also scored for United as they put their collective foot on the pedal and rolled past the visitors from Texas. The win helps United jump into a temporary tie at the top of the Eastern Conference with Toronto FC and Sporting Kansas City. United is on a five-game unbeaten run since losing their first two matches of the season. All Photos: Tony Quinn.
Our Love Cannot be Canned – District Ultra Tifo. Photo: Martin Fernandez.
United celebrates Davy Arnaud’s (8) goal. Photo: Martin Fernandez.
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.
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
DC United team huddle. Photo: Martin Fernandez.
The District Ultras unveiled some creative tifo. Photo: Martin Fernandez.
#kuykenstrong. Photo: Martin Fernandez.
Perry Kitchen congratulates Fabian Espindola. Photo: Martin Fernandez
DC United’s Nick DeLeon gets pulled down by the Fire’s Greg Cochrane. Photo: Martin Fernandez
Chicago’s Harry Shipp blocks the ball with his face. The deflection would result in United’s go-ahead goal by Perry Kitchen. Photo: Martin Fernandez
DC United’s Perry Kitchen and Bobby Boswell celebrate the Black-and-Red’s go-ahead goal. Photo: Martin Fernandez.
Chicago’s Quincy Amarikwa (left) celebrates his 82nd minute tying goal. Photo: Martin Fernandez.
Chicago’s Jhon Kennedy Hurtado shields United’s Conor Doyle from the ball. Photo: Martin Fernandez.
DC United coach Ben Olsen in disbelief; once again. Photo: Martin Fernandez.
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.
D.C. United tied 1-1 against the visiting Houston Dynamo and lost 4-2 in the aggregate goal count to bow out of the MLS Cup 2012 race. At the end of the day, the mountain was just too high to climb for the Black-and-Red in their matchup against the Houston Dynamo. Mounting injuries, untimely suspensions and […]