There is no trophy on the line like last weekend when DC United played the New York Red Bulls in the first game of the Atlantic Cup series, but that doesn’t diminish the significance of Saturday’s home game for the Black and Red.
Lionel Messi and Argentine team shut down the Georgetown campus on Tuesday as they practiced in anticipation of their upcoming match at FedEx Field.
Following a 2-0 loss to the Red Bulls, D.C. United was back on the practice field Tuesday as they prepare for Saturday’s matchup against reining MLS Cup Champions the Los Angeles Galaxy. Here are some news and notes from Tuesday’s session:
All the usual drama and tension of the Atlantic Cup was absent on Sunday as the Red Bulls dominated.
New York’s top player is now retired, but United’s coach believes the Red Bulls are better off without him.