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Completed, May 15, 2019
 

D.C. United travel north to face Eastern Conference powerhouse Toronto FC. Available to subscribers within the DMV region.

  1. Breaking Down D.C. United's Scoreless Draw Against Toronto FC

    Breaking Down D.C. United's Scoreless Draw Against Toronto FC

    May 16, 2019

    D.C. United probably weren't awarded any style points by the judges last night against Toronto FC, but nonetheless, the Black-and-Red left BMO Field with a point in a 0-0 draw. United, with a heavily rotated squad, surrendered 35 shots throughout the game, the third most in a single game in MLS history. But few of those shots resulted in good scoring opportunities for the Reds, which allowed D.C. to keep their seventh clean sheet of the season.

  2. D.C. United Survive TFC Shot Barrage, Take Point In 0-0 Draw

    D.C. United Survive TFC Shot Barrage, Take Point In 0-0 Draw

    May 16, 2019

    A year ago in Canada, D.C. United split points with Toronto FC in a wild 4-4 draw. On Wednesday night, the result was the same, but obtained in a completely different fashion, in a 0-0 draw at BMO Field. Fielding a lineup with seven changes from the team on Sunday night, the Black-and-Red were outshot 35-3, but kept the Reds from having many good looks at goal. 

  3. D.C. United Look For Third Consecutive Win In Midweek Tilt Against TFC

    D.C. United Look For Third Consecutive Win In Midweek Tilt Against TFC

    May 15, 2019

    D.C. United are set to begin a three game road trip tonight, when they travel north of the border to take on Toronto FC at BMO Field. There’s no rest for the weary for the Black-and-Red, with a couple of quick turnarounds following Sunday night’s win over Sporting Kansas City and then a journey to Houston in just three days time. The action is set to begin at 8 PM ET and DMV residents can watch right here on FloFC.

  4. Tough Week For D.C. United Made More Difficult With Compressed Schedule

    Tough Week For D.C. United Made More Difficult With Compressed Schedule

    May 14, 2019

    D.C. United walked off Audi Field late on Sunday night after grinding out a 1-0 victory over visiting Sporting Kansas City. It was the team's second win in a row, a hard-earned victory thanks to a great goal from Paul Arriola. But there was hardly anytime to relish in the victory, or even take a look back at what might have worked or not worked over 90 minutes, as United had to ensure they were ready for their next game, a quick turnaround for a Wednesday night trip to face Toronto FC.

  5. D.C. United Face Stiff Test With Pozuelo Pulling The Strings For TFC

    D.C. United Face Stiff Test With Pozuelo Pulling The Strings For TFC

    May 14, 2019

    While Carlos Vela is currently the talk of Major League Soccer, and rightfully so with a staggering 12 goals in 12 games, few players have had a more immediate, transformative impact in recent memory than Alejandro Pozuelo with Toronto FC. D.C. United will have their hands full in trying to contain Pozuelo and company as they take on the Reds  at BMO Field on Wednesday night.

  6. D.C. United's Next 5 Games In 23 Days Are A Chance To Rise Or Plummet

    D.C. United's Next 5 Games In 23 Days Are A Chance To Rise Or Plummet

    Apr 23, 2019

    Five games. 

    Seven playoff seeds.

    Twenty-three days.