D.C. United Draw 0-0 against New York City FC at Audi Field
New York City FC (4-5-1, 13 pts.) 0 vs. 0 D.C. United (2-3-4, 10 pts.)
2020 MLS Regular Season
September 6, 2020 - Audi Field, Washington, DC
Chris Seitz started his third consecutive match for the Black-and-Red; he recorded four saves.
Chris Seitz recorded his second consecutive shutout; the last time he recorded two consecutive clean sheets was in 2016 with FC Dallas.
Mohammed Abu recorded his second career start for the Black-and-Red.
New signing Gelmin Rivas made his Black-and-Red debut as a 69th minute substitute.
Federico HiguaÃn made his first appearance since August 25 as a 78th minute substitute.
Chris Odoi-Atsem made his first appearance since July 21 as a 69th minute substitute.
Oniel Fisher made his second consecutive appearance as a 61st minute substitute.
Kevin Paredes recorded his fifth consecutive start for the Black-and-Red.
D.C. United are now 4-5-3 against New York City FC in club history.
The Black-and-Red are 4-2-1 against NYC at home all-time.
D.C. United are 1-2-1 at Audi Field in 2020.
The Black-and-Red recorded their first shutout at Audi Field since the 0-0 draw with FC Cincinnati on Oct. 6, 2019.
D.C. United recorded consecutive shutouts for the first time in 2020. They recorded two consecutive clean sheets for the first time since recording four consecutive shutouts from Sept. 15, 2019 (1-0 @ Portland Timbers) to Oct. 6, 2019 (0-0 vs. FC Cincinnati).
D.C. United lineup:
Chris Seitz, Donovan Pines, Frédéric Brillant, Joseph Mora, Kevin Paredes (Federico HiguaÃn 78'), Julian Gressel, JÃºnior Moreno, Mohammed Abu, Ulises Segura (Chris Odoi-Atsem 69'), Yamil Asad (Oniel Fisher 61'), Ola Kamara (Gelmin Rivas 69')
Unused Substitutes: Earl Edwards Jr., Moses Nyeman, Axel SjÃ¶berg, Erik Sorga
Manager: Ben Olsen
New York City FC Lineup:
Sean Johnson, Ronald Matarrita (Gudmundur ThÃ³rarinsson 77'), Alexander Callens, Maxime Chanot, Anton Tinnerholm, Maximilano Moralez, Alexander Ring, James Sands, Keaton Parks (Ismael Tajouri-Shrad 70'), JesÃºs Medina (Gary Mackay-Steven 70'), Heber (ValentÃn Castellanos 74')
Unused Substitutes: Brad Stuver, Joe Scally, Alexandru Mitrita,, NicolÃ¡s Acevedo, Tony Rocha
Manager: Ronny Deila
REFEREE TED UNKEL
AR1 CJ MORGANTE
AR2 RYAN GRAVES
4TH OFFICIAL MATT FRANZ
VAR ALAN KELLY
AVAR KATHRYN NESBITT
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