Dwayne De Rosario continued his torrid scoring pace against his former teams by bagging a brace to help lead D.C. United (7-4-3 24pts) to a 3-1 win tonight over still win less Toronto FC (0-9-0 0pts). De Rosario has scored five goals in TFC’s past two visits to RFK Stadium. The win for United extends their winning streak to two games in a row and four games in a row at RFK (seven games unbeaten at RFK since dropping the season opener in stoppage time to Sporting Kansas City). Entering the 2012 season United had gone 80 league matches without winning back-to-back games but now the Black-and-Red have done it twice within the past seven games. The win also helped United jump over Sporting Kansas City and into second place in the Eastern Conference.
Dwayne De Rosario and Hamdi Salihi scored on either side of halftime to help D.C. United to a comfortable 2-0 win over the Colorado Rapids at RFK Stadium in Washngton D.C. With the win United jumped into a tie for second place with Sporting Kansas City.
D.C. United won it’s second game in a row for the first time in since 2009 (88 tries) with a 3-2 win over the Houston Dynamo at RFK Stadium in Washington D.C. With the win United extended its unbeaten streak to 7 games in league play. Photos: Martin Fernandez
DC United and the visiting Montreal Impact shared the points at RFK Stadium last night in front of a sparse crowd of about 10,500 (announced) saddened fans. Despite falling behind, United managed to equalize late in the second half with a long range goal from Maicon Santos. Santos is now 4th in the league in scoring with 4 goals and Second overall in shots with 26. All photos: Rafael Crisostomo.
D.C. United and the Seattle Sounders battled to a hard-fought 0-0 draw tonight at RFK Stadium in front of 15, 651 fans. United’s only real chance at goal came in the 23rd minute thanks to some great work from in-form Nick DeLeon. All photos: Martin Fernandez.
D.C. United earned a point and continued a three game unbeaten streak with a 1-1 tie against the Colorado Rapids at RFK Stadium in Washington D.C.
Chris Pontius notched the equalizer in the second half of the match to the delight of the 12,499 fans in attendance.
D.C. United defeated the visiting Columbus Crew 3-1 behind a brace from newcomer Charlie Davies and a single goal from Josh Wolf. The win is the first for new coach Ben Olsen. All Photos: Martin Fernandez.
DC United bid farewell to MLS original Jaime Moreno in their final game of the 2010 season. United lost 3-2 to visiting Toronto FC.