D.C. United Lose 2-1 to Chicago Fire FC on the Road
D.C. United (2-10-5, 12 pts.) 1 vs. 2 Chicago Fire FC (5-8-4, 19 pts.)
2020 MLS Regular Season
October 11, 2020 - Soldier Field - Chicago, IL
Edison Flores made his first appearance for the club since Aug. 25 as a 59th-minute substitute.
Gelmin Rivas made his first start since Sept. 23 against Nashville SC; he logged 59 minutes.
Erik Sorga recorded his second MLS start; his first since July 17 against New England.
Chris Odoi-Atsem made his 25th career appearance for the Black-and-Red; he logged 80 minutes in the match.
Donovan Pines made his 20th appearance for the Black-and-Red; he logged 90 minutes in the match.
Julian Gressel started his second consecutive match for the Black-and-Red; he has made 17 appearances (15 starts) in 2020.
Russell Canouse started his second consecutive match for the Black-and-Red; he has made nine appearances (nine starts) in 2020.
The Black-and-Red are 23-21-18 against Chicago all-time.
D.C. United are 0-1-0 against the Fire in 2020.
The Black-and-Red are 7-12-12 against Chicago on the road all-time.
The Black-and-Red are 1-4-1 on the road in 2020.
Chicago Fire FC Lineup: Bobby Shuttleworth, Boris SekuliÄ, Jonathan Bornstein, Wyatt Omsberg (Andre Reynolds II 75'), Alvaro Medran, Przemyslaw Frankowski (Ignacio Aliseda 63'), Michael Azira, Mauricio Pineda, CJ Sapong, Fabian Herbers (Elliot Collier 75'), Robert BeriÄ
Unused Substitutes: Johan Kappelhof, Connor Sparrow, Nicholas Slonina, Gabriel Slonina, Javier Casas, Brian Gutierrez
Manager: RaphaÃ«l Wicky
D.C. United lineup: Bill Hamid; Joseph Mora, Donovan Pines, Frédéric Brillant, Chris Odoi-Atsem (Kevin Paredes 80'); Yamil Asad, JÃºnior Moreno, Russell Canouse, Julian Gressel (Griffin Yow 84'); Gelmin Rivas (Ola Kamara 59'), Erik Sorga (Edison Flores 59')
Unused Substitutes: Earl Edwards Jr., Oniel Fisher, Chris Seitz, Axel SjÃ¶berg
Manager: Chad Ashton
REFEREE ALLEN CHAPMAN
AR1 CAMERON BLANCHARD
AR2 ANDREW BIGELOW
4TH OFFICIAL ALEX CHILOWICZ
VAR MALIK BADAWI
AVAR ERIC BORIA
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