D.C. United Fall to New York City FC 2-1 at Audi Field in the 2019 U.S. Open Cup
D.C. United v. New York City FC
2019 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup - Round of 16
June 19, 2019- Washington, D.C., Audi Field
Chris Durkin returned to the starting lineup for the first time since May 15. The midfielder was representing the United States at the U20 World Cup in Poland.
D.C. United captain Wayne Rooney scored his tenth goal of the season in all competitions. He has scored in each of his last two matches.
Paul Arriola and Junior Moreno were unavailable due to international duty for USMNT and Venezuela respectively.
Russell Canouse came off the bench for the first time since picking up an injury against the San Jose Earthquakes on June 1.
This was the first time the Black-and-Red faced New York City FC in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup.
D.C. United have won three Lamar Hunt Open Cups in club history (1996, 2008, 2013). New York City FC have never won the competition.
The Black-and-Red were defeated for the first time in their last six matches at Audi Field.
D.C. United now have a record of 40-18-0 in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup.
Goals by Half
D.C. United Lineup: Chris Seitz; Leonardo Jara (Jalen Robinson, HT), Frédéric Brillant, Steven Birnbaum, Joseph Mora; Chris Durkin, Antonio Bustamante (Russell Canouse, 70'), Lucas Rodríguez (Griffin Yow, 87'), Luciano Acosta, Ulises Segura; Wayne Rooney
Unused Substitutes: Quincy Amarikwa, Earl Edwards Jr., Chris McCann, Donovan Pines
Manager: Ben Olsen
New York City FC Lineup: Brad Stuver; Anton Tinnerholm, Sebastien Ibeagha, Maxime Chanot, Ben Sweat; Keaton Parks, Alexander Ring, Maximiliano Moralez (Justin Haak, 90+3'); Ismael Tajouri-Shradi, Heber (Valentin Castellanos, 49'), Alexandru Mitrita (Juan Torres, 90')
Unused Substitutes: Jeff Caldwell, Luis Barraza, Jesus Medina, Daniel Bedoya
Manager: Domenec Torrent
Referee: Fotis Bazakos
Assistant Referees: Brooke Mayo, Ben Pilgrim
Fourth Official: Thomas D. Snyder
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