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Landon Donovan has tied Jeff Cunningham's career goals record in Major League Soccer with two first-half scores for the Los Angeles Galaxy.
Once Dwayne De Rosario watched his header settle in the back of the net, he strutted through his trademarked "shake-and-bake" celebration, like he has so many times before. After stashing the historic ball on the bench, he shared a moment with coach Ben Olsen, acknowledged the fans chanting his name and pointed his hands skyward.
There isn't much Dwayne De Rosario hasn't accomplished in his decorated MLS career.
D.C. United built a reputation over the years for being a stylish team, noted for its possession game and passing ability. But at the heart of the club, there were always tough, hardworking and intelligent players such as Richie Williams, Ben Olsen, Josh Gros and Bryan Namoff stirring the team on through the good and the bad.
Luciano Emilio snapped his seven-game scoreless streak with a game-winner as D.C. United ended a four-game losing streak with a come-from-behind 3-2 win over Toronto FC last night at RFK Stadium.
As they prepare for tonight's game against Toronto FC, D.C. United's players are rallying around embattled coach Tom Soehn.
The field conditions at RFK Stadium could play a key role in D.C. United's game tonight against Jamaican team Harbour View in the quarterfinals of the CONCACAF Champions' Cup.
After three intense games in just eight days in the inaugural SuperLiga tournament, D.C. United returns to MLS business today at the New England Revolution.
D.C. United put itself in a good position to advance to the semifinals of the SuperLiga with a 1-0 win against Mexican power Club America before 18,604 at RFK Stadium last night.