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D.C. United Defeat Portland 1-0 at Providence Park

September 15, 2019 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - D.C. United News Release

Portland Timbers 0 (13-12-4, 43 points) vs. D.C. United 0 (12-10-9, 45 points)

2019 MLS Regular Season - Week 28

September 15, 2019 - Providence Park, Portland, OR

Attendance: 25,218

Player Notes

Wayne Rooney returned to the starting XI for the first time since August 21 against the New York Red Bulls.

Bill Hamid recorded his 11th shutout of the season; a career season-high.

Ulises Segura started his third consecutive match for D.C. United; he made his 30th appearance of the season.

Russell Canouse made his second consecutive start at right back; United have conceded zero goals in that stretch.


D.C. United are 4-4-2 against Portland in club history.

The Black-and-Red are 2-3-1 on the road against the Timbers all-time.

Match Notes

The Black-and-Red are 6-6-4 on the road in 2019.

D.C. United recorded their second consecutive clean sheet on the road; their 11th of the season.

D.C. United lineup: Bill Hamid; Joseph Mora, Steven Birnbaum, Frédéric Brillant, Russell Canouse; Júnior Moreno, Felipe Martins; Lucas Rodríguez (Luciano Acosta 84'), Paul Arriola, Ulises Segura; Wayne Rooney (Quincy Amarikwa 79')

Unused Substitutes: Donovan Pines, Leonardo Jara, Ola Kamara, Chris Seitz, Emmanuel Boateng,

Manager: Ben Olsen

Portland Timbers Lineup: Steve Clark, Jorge Moreira, Jorge Villafaña (Andrés Flores 79'), Bill Tuiloma, Claude Dielnda, Andy Polo, Diego Chara, Eryk WIlliamson (Tomás Conechny 62'), Marvin Loría (Cristhian Paredes 85'), Diego Valeri, Jeremy Ebobisse

Unused Substitutes: Marco Farfan, Aljaz Ivacic,

Manager: Giovanni Savarese

REF: Drew Fischer

AR1: Kathryn Nesbitt

AR2: Felisha Mariscal

4TH: Alejandro Mariscal

VAR: Ricardo Salazar

AVAR: Cameron Blanchard

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