Union Beat United for D.C.’s second straight loss
The Philadelphia Union came to Audi Field winning 2-0 in one of the hottest games in MLS history. With this result, D.C. United stays in 8th in the east with 29 points. The Union are now at 39 points and are fifth in the Eastern Conference.
The Union scored their two goals in each half. The first goal was scored in the 29th minute by Philly forward C.J. Sapong, with the second goal getting scored by Fafa Picault in the 61st minute of play on an absolute screamer.
D.C. United’s next game will be at home on Sunday against the second best team in MLS, Atlanta United FC. Atlanta has already beaten D.C. twice this season, with both occasions ending with a score of three to one at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Josef Martinez of Atlanta looks to add on to his single-season goal-scoring record.