Free and loose and with only the future to play for, the Chicago Fire presented a threat to D.C. United’s bid to celebrate a first place finish in the Eastern Conference in front of its fans.
It was a bittersweet start to the week for D.C. United. On Sunday the Black and Red earned its first ever victory in Houston, but suffered the loss of Luis Silva to hamstring injury.
With a playoff berth already in hand, D.C. United is looking at the final stretch of their season with a new goal in mind. Check out the video.
For D.C. United the spot in the 2014 MLS Cup playoffs is secure. The 0-0 draw last Saturday against Sporting Kansas City did the trick.
A tie did not diminish the accomplishment. With a 0-0 draw against reigning Major League Soccer champion Sporting Kansas City, D.C.