D.C. United Draw 1-1 against New England in the Second Match of the MLS Is Back Tournament
Federico HiguaÃn came off the bench to make his 195th MLS appearance; HiguaÃn scored his second career goal for United in the 72nd minute.
Oniel Fisher made his first start for United since the 5-0 victory over Montreal on Sept. 29, 2018.
Erik Sorga made his first start for D.C. United; his second appearance for the Black-and-Red.
Bill Hamid made his 235th appearance for the Black-and-Red.
D.C. United are 34-27-15 against the New England Revolution in club history.
The Black-and-Red have recorded three consecutive draws against the Revolution
D.C. United are now in third place in Group C of the MLS is Back Tournament.
The Black-and-Red have scored all six goals this season in the second half.
D.C. United lineup: Bill Hamid; Joseph Mora, Steven Birnbaum, Frédéric Brillant, Oniel Fisher (Chris Odoi-Atsem, 73'); Russell Canouse, Felipe Martins, Yamil Asad, Julian Gressel (Kevin Paredes, 88'), Edison Flores (Federico HiguaÃn, 69'); Erik Sorga (Ulises Segura, HT)
Unused Substitutes: Earl Edwards Jr., Mohammed Abu, Emmanuel Boateng, Donovan Pines, Moses Nyeman, Griffin Yow, Ola Kamara
Manager: Ben Olsen
New England Revolution Lineup: Matt Turner; Brandon Bye, Michael Mancienne (Henry Kessler, HT), Antonio Mlinar Delamea, Alexander Buttner; Scott Caldwell (Teal Bunbury, 77'), Kelyn Rowe, Carles Gil (Diego Fagundez, 62'), Gustavo Bou, Christian Penilla (Justin Rennicks, 90'); Adam Buksa (Tajon Buchanan, 90')
Unused Substitutes: Brad Knighton, Seth Sinovic, Andrew Farrell, Wilfred Zahibo, Isaac Angking, DeJaun Jones, Damian Rivera
Manager: Bruce Arena
REF: Joe Dickerson
AR1: Jeremy Hanson
AR2: Brian Dunn
4TH: Jair Marrufo
VAR: Robert Sibiga
AVAR: Eduardo Mariscal
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