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D.C.'s road futility continued. United (2-14-4) is 0-7-3 away from home, and 1-3-1 in its past five matches overall.
Going into D.C. United's regular-season finale Saturday with postseason seeding at stake, Chris Pontius knew what he wanted. It definitely wasn't a match in the knockout round. And it wasn't a playoff date with Houston or Chicago, either.
Marcelo Saragosa didn't ask for much. One minute, he kept telling his coach, was all he needed.
Jimmy Kimmel, Kristin Chenoweth, Steve Harvey and Lily Tomlin have signed on to honor Ellen DeGeneres with tribute performances as she wins the nation's top humor prize.
D.C. United sure haven't wasted time getting their money's worth out of Lionard Pajoy.
Lionard Pajoy and Long Tan each scored his first goal with his new club, helping D.C. United to a 4-2 victory over the Chicago Fire on Wednesday night at RFk Stadium.
Despite a brave effort late in the game to try and pull out a win, D.C. United had to settle for a 1-1 tie with the visiting Portland Timbers on Wednesday, and with it, see the club's playoff hopes dashed.
With D.C. United mired in a four-game losing streak and coming off one of the most gut-wrenching collapses in MLS history, coach Ben Olsen's club sure hasn't looked like a playoff team lately.
Diego Chaves and Sebastian Grazzini scored in stoppage time and the Chicago Fire beat DC United 2-1 on Saturday night to preserve their slim playoff hopes.