Playing its third game in seven days D.C. United navigated its way to halftime and a scoreless game on the road Saturday against New England.
On a rainy night in New England, D.C. United looked to give the Revolution their first loss since April at R.F.K Stadium.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Patrick Mullins and Diego Fagundez scored and the New England Revolution extended their unbeaten streak to seven with a 2-1 victory against the D.C.
Here it is late May and Major League Soccer’s marquee match of the Memorial Day weekend is a top of the table clash between D.C. United and New England.
At times last year, the phrase "own goal" was a four-letter word around RFK Stadium. On Saturday night, an own goal was the difference, but for once it favored D.C.