D.C. United head coach Ben Olsen wants his team “to be greedy.” It is Olsen’s way of saying that there is no time or room to stop and feel satisfied by a four-game winning streak.
With a motivated Toronto FC side and its high quality attack in town goals were expected. A 1-0 result was not considered probable. The goals did come, but it was all one-sided as D.C.
Having given up a goal moments earlier, Toronto FC fell victim to an own goal and gave D.C. United a 3-0 lead on Wednesday night at RFK Stadium. Watch here.
As his team operated with a one-goal lead, Chris Rolfe broke through to punch one into the back of the net and give United a 2-0 lead vs. Toronto FC.