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D.C. United Draw New England 2-2 at Audi Field

July 12, 2019 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - D.C. United News Release

D.C. United 2 (8-5-8, 32 points) vs. New England Revolution 2 (6-8-6, 24 points)

2019 MLS Regular Season

July 12, 2019- Audi Field, Washington, D.C.

Attendance: 18,903

Player Notes

Steven Birnbaum made his 150th regular season appearance for D.C. United; his 55th consecutive start.

Paul Arriola returned to the starting lineup for the first time since the 1-1 draw against San Jose on June 1. He was representing the USMNT at the Gold Cup.

Luciano Acosta was unavailable due to suspension from the red card he received against FC Dallas on July 4.

Donovan Pines returned to the starting lineup for the first time since the 3-1 victory over Columbus Crew on May 4.

Leonardo Jara scored his first goal for the Black-and-Red in the 43rd minute off an assist from Paul Arriola.

Quincy Amarikwa scored his first MLS goal for D.C. United in the 87th minute off an assist from Wayne Rooney.


The Black-and-Red are now 34-27-14 in club history against New England.

D.C. United are 0-0-2 against the Revolution this season.

Match Notes

D.C. United are now 5-2-5 at Audi Field this season.

The Black-and-Red are in second place in the Eastern Conference.

D.C. United are undefeated in their last seven MLS matches at Audi Field.

Goals by Half

Scoring Summary

Misconduct Summary


D.C. United lineup: Bill Hamid; Leonardo Jara, Donovan Pines, Steven Birnbaum, Frederic Brillant Ulises Segura, 77'), Joseph Mora (Quincy Amarikwa, 82'); Paul Arriola, Junior Moreno, Russell Canouse, Lucas Rodriguez; Wayne Rooney

Unused Substitutes: Chris Seitz, Griffin Yow, Chris Durkin, Jalen Robinson, Marquinhos Pedroso

Manager: Ben Olsen

New England Revolution Lineup: Matt Turner; Brandon Bye, Andrew Farrell, Edgar Castillo, Jalil Anibaba; Luis Caicedo, Teal Bunbury, Wilfried Zahibo, Juan Agudelo (Scott Caldwell, 76') , Carles Gil ( Diego Fagundez, 90+1'), Juan Fernando Caicedo (DeJaun Jones, 61')

Unused Substitutes: Cristian Penilla, Tajon Buchanan, Brad Knighton, Justin Rennicks

Manager: Bruce Arena

Referee: Ted Unkel

Assistant Referees: Phillipe Briere, Brian Poeschel

Fourth Official: Lorant Varga

VAR: Sorin Stoicaday!

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