It’s D.C. against New York. That says it all. It is cliché, but records have not mattered in this series dating back to the start of Major League Soccer in 1996.
There are curtain calls with hat tips, salutes from the ice with sticks pointed to the rafters and Lambeau Leaps, and then there is the manner in which D.C.
Game 2 of the MLS Eastern Conference Semifinals between D.C.
For tension and emotion, perhaps not soccer, the rivalry between D.C. United and the New York Red Bulls did not disappoint in Saturday’s playoff opener at R.F.K. Stadium.