We didn’t see this coming. On the road for its final game before the World Cup break, D.C. United might have been content with a tie or a grind it out 1-0 result.
It was like teeth without a bite. It was sparks without fire. D.C.
Take two. D.C. United is eager to for a second chance to make a first impression and also secure its first win when it plays the Chicago Fire on Saturday at R.F.K Stadium.
There may still be snow on the ground but were just a little over a month away from the start of the 2014 Major League Soccer season.