D.C. United Downed In Houston, 2-1
D.C. United (7-4-3, 24 points) v. Houston Dynamo (7-2-2, 23 points)
2019 MLS Regular Season
May 18, 2019 - Houston, Texas - BBVA Compass Stadium
Luciano Acosta made his 100th career start for the Black-and-Red tonight against Houston.
Wayne Rooney made his 30th career start for D.C. United at BBVA Compass Stadium.
Rooney scored his 7th goal fo the 2019 season and his 19th goal for the Black-and-Red in the 46th minute of the match.
Ulises Segura collected his first assist of the 2019 season in the 46th minute of the game.
Chris Odoi-Atsem appeared in the squad for the first time this season.
#HOU v. D.C.
The Black-and-Red are now 6-15-5 all-time against Houston Dynamo. Match Notes
The Black-and-Red now have a 3-2-2 record away from home this season
D.C. United are tied for first place of the Eastern Conference with a 7-4-3 record
D.C. United Lineup:
Bill Hamid; Leo Jara, Steven Birnbaum, Frédéric Brillant (Quincy Amarikwa (90'+2'), Marquinhos Pedroso (Zoltán Stieber 82'); Paul Arriola, Russell Canouse; Ulises Segura (Chris McCann 66'), Lucas Rodríguez, Luciano Acosta; Wayne Rooney
Unused Substitutes: Chris Seitz, Akeem Ward, Jalen Robinson, Chris Odoi-Atsem
Houston Dynamo Lineup:
Joe Willis; Aljaz Struna (Juan Cabezas 90'+1'), Alehandro Fuenmayor, Adam Lundkvist, A.J. DeLaGarza; Tomás Martínez, Boniek Garcia, Alberth Elis (Memo Rodríguez, 11th), Romell Quioto (Tommy McNamara 66'), Matías Vera; Mauro Manotas
Unused Substitutes: Marlon Hairston, Tyler Deric, Kevin Garcia, Darwin Cerén,
Referee: Rubiel Vazquez
Assistant Referees: Ian Anderson, Andrew Bigelow
4th Official: Elvis Osmanovic
VAR: Jon Freemon
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