D.C. United Win 2-1 against FC Cincinnati on the Road
Chris Odoi-Atsem scored his first career MLS goal and game-winner in the 78th minute.
Donovan Pines scored his second career MLS goal in the 36th minute; he has scored in consecutive matches for the Black-and-Red.
Moses Nyeman returned to the starting lineup for the first time since the match against New York City FC on Oct. 7; he played 87 minutes.
Gelmin Rivas returned to the starting lineup for the first time since the match against Chicago Fire FC on Oct. 11.
Edison Flores made his second consecutive start for the Black-and-Red; he has made nine appearances (seven starts) in 2020.
Erik Sorga started his third consecutive match for the Black-and-Red; he has made 13 appearances (four starts) in 2020.
The Black-and-Red are 2-0-2 against Cincinnati all-time.
D.C. United are 1-0-1 against Cincinnati in 2020.
The Black-and-Red are 2-4-1 on the road in 2020.
D.C. United won their first match since the 1-0 win against the New York Red Bulls on Sept. 2.
The Black-and-Red won on the road for the first time since Sept. 2 against the New York Red Bulls.
FC Cincinnati Lineup: Bobby Edwards, Tom Pettersson, Saad Abdul-Salaam (Rashawn Dally 54'), Nick Hagglund, Joe Gyau, Andrew Gutman, Haris Medunjanin, Kamohelo Mokotjo (Siem De Jong 60'), Frankie Amaya, Brandon Vazquez, Alvaro Barreal (Zico Bailey 86')
Unused Substitutes: Zico Bailey, Jimmy McLaughlin, Tommy McCabe, Beckham Sunderland, Caleb Stanko, Hassan Ndam
Manager: Jaap Stam
D.C. United lineup: Chris Seitz; Joseph Mora, Donovan Pines, Frédéric Brillant, Chris Odoi-Atsem; Edison Flores (Kevin Paredes 72'), Yamil Asad, Moses Nyeman (Oniel Fisher 87'), Julian Gressel; Gelmin Rivas (Ola Kamara 64'), Erik Sorga
Unused Substitutes: Earl Edwards Jr., Axel SjÃ¶berg, Griffin Yow
Manager: Chad Ashton
REFEREE ROSENDO MENDOZA
AR1 ERIC WEISBROD
AR2 CLAUDIU BADEA
4TH OFFICIAL MATTHEW THOMPSON
VAR ALAN KELLY
AVAR CRAIG LOWRY
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