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D.C. United Vs. Toronto FC: Black-And-Red Keep Toronto Pointless With 3-1 Win

Dwayne De Rosario scores two and Hamdi Salihi adds his fourth goal in five games.

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D.C. United vs. Toronto FC: Match Ratings For The Black-And-Red After 3-1 Win Over TFC

D.C. United took advantage of cellar-dweller Toronto FC at home on Saturday night in impressive fashion, 3-1. United have now won five of their last seven games.

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D.C. United Vs. Toronto FC: Black-And-Red Continue Toronto's Frustration With 3-1 Win

D.C. United won their fourth game in six and kept Toronto FC winless and pointless as the Black-and-Red made out with a 3-1 win Saturday night at RFK Stadium.

After trailing, 2-0 at the break, the visitors got back in the match in the 71st minute when second-half substitute Danny Koevermans prodded a Julian de Guzman free kick past an onrushing Bill Hamid to cut Toronto's deficit to 2-1.

But D.C. United responded less than two minutes later after strong work by both Dwayne De Rosario and Branko Boskovic to both win and keep the ball in Toronto's half. The ball eventually came to Andy Najar, who jinked his way to the end line and crossed to the center of the six-yard box. Hamdi Salihi was waiting and he popped the ball into the net.

United conclude their three-game homestand with a match against the New England Revolution on Saturday, May 26. Kick-off is at 7:30 p.m.

Video of Salihi's goal is below.


For more United coverage, check out Black and Red United. For more on Toronto FC, be sure to check out Waking The Red.There's also plenty more soccer talk over at SB Nation's soccer hub.

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D.C. United Vs. Toronto FC: Dwayne De Rosario's Double Has United Up 2-0 At Half

Dwayne De Rosario has scored twice against his former club as D.C. United leads Toronto FC, 2-0 at halftime at RFK Stadium.

The Canadian international put the home side in front just 57 seconds into the match after he headed home a Branko Boskovic free kick from close range. The goal was the fourth-fastest in D.C. United's history.

De Rosario doubled United's advantage in the 43rd minute, when he somehow went unnoticed by the entire Toronto defense and redirected a cross from Chris Korb into the net from close range.

But it wasn't all good news for United in the first half, as Danny Cruz left with an apparent hamstring injury. He was replaced by Dejan Jakovic, which prompted Andy Najar to move to right midfield, Korb to right back, and Woolard to left back.

Video of Dwayne De Rosario's goals are below.

For more United coverage, check out Black and Red United. For more on Toronto FC, be sure to check out Waking The Red.There's also plenty more soccer talk over at SB Nation's soccer hub.

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D.C. United Vs. Toronto FC Preview: Black-And-Red Looking To Continue Winning Ways At Home

D.C. United looking for its fourth consecutive home win.

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