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Post-Match Facts: Toronto FC V. D.C. United

October 20, 2019 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - D.C. United News Release

D.C. United 1 v. 5 Toronto FC

Round One - Audi 2019 MLS Cup Playoffs

October 19, 2019 - BMO Field, Toronto, ON

Attendance: 25,331

Player Notes

Wayne Rooney made his 50th MLS appearance (including both Regular Season and Post-season) for the Black-and-Red.

Bill Hamid made his team-leading 11th post-season appearance for the Black-and-Red.

Lucas Rodríguez made his first appearance for the Black-and-Red in the post-season.

Rodríguez scored his first career MLS post-season goal in stoppage time of the second half.


This was the first meeting in MLS history between D.C. United and Toronto FC in the MLS Cup Playoffs.

D.C. United are 0-1-0 against TFC all-time in playoffs.

Match Notes

The Black-and-Red appeared in their 48th post-season match in club history.

D.C. United lineup: Bill Hamid; Joseph Mora (Emmanuel Boateng 87'), Steven Birnbaum, Frédéric Brillant, Russell Canouse; Júnior Moreno, Felipe Martins (Ola Kamara, 44'); Lucas Rodríguez, Paul Arriola, Ulises Segura (Luciano Acosta 78'); Wayne Rooney (Leonardo Jara EHT)

Unused Substitutes: Chris Seitz, Donovan Pines, Quincy Amarikwa

Manager: Ben Olsen

Toronto FC Lineup: Quentin Westberg, Laurent Ciman, Chris Mavinga (Patrick Mullins 107'), Auro (Drew Moor, 90'+3'), Justin Morrow, Alejandro Pozuelo, Tsubasa Endoh (Nick DeLeon 72'), Jonathan Osorio, Marco Delgado, Michael Bradley, Nicolas Benezet (Richie Laryea 81')

Unused Substitutes: Erickson Gallardo, Alex Bono, Liam Fraser

Manager: Greg Vanney

REF: Allen Chapman

AR1: Corey Rockwell

AR2: Brian Dunn

4TH: Tim Ford

VAR: Alan Kelly

AVAR: Peter Balciunas

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