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On Saturday the team connected with 12-year old Jordan Johansen, who deals with cystic fibrosis, and made his wish come true. On Sunday with Johansen watching United delivered a 3-1 win over Chivas USA.
Luis Silva scored on a right-footed shot in the 70th minute, putting D.C. United up 3-0 over Chivas USA. A Chris Korb assist set up the goal.
It's a tribute to the club's improved personnel that Silva has had to fight for minutes after starting all 13 of his appearances for United last season. But considering his production in recent weeks, it's unlikely he'll be battling for his place again anytime soon.
United survive a late onslaught from the Quakes to escape with a 2-1 win.
Luis Silva's hat trick propels D.C. United past Montreal Impact, into Eastern Conference lead.
Luis Silva scores on a penalty kick for his third goal of the game. Watch here.
A World War II veteran in New Mexico has gotten his high school diploma - 71 years after he was drafted and left school.
It is probably over the top to talk about must-wins for D.C. United in April, but after a three-win campaign last season, that kind of talk is almost unavoidable.
In just four games with United, Silva has shown what he's capable of as a playmaker. With three goals and an assist, he's already the leading scorer for a 3-17-4 D.C. squad.