D.C. United Vs. Toronto FC: Black-And-Red Try To Return To Winning Ways

WASHINGTON - APRIL 17: Fans of D.C. United cheer against Chicago Fire at RFK Stadium on April 17, 2010 in Washington, DC. The Fire defeated DC United 2-0. (Photo by Larry French/Getty Images)

Black-And-Red Try To Return To Winning Ways

The D.C. United (4-3-3, 15 points) are looking to get back on track against lowly Toronto FC (0-7-0, 0 points) this afternoon at BMO Field in Toronto.

After losing a tough match against the Western Conference leading San Jose Earthquakes (7-1-1, 22 points) on Wednesday, the United are looking to turn things around and get back on the winning track with their defense.

MLSsoccer.com has more:

On Wednesday, United had little trouble creating chances against a formidable San Jose defense. The problems arose though, when the Earthquakes were on the attack, as D.C. allowed a crippling five goals. With three injuries at center back, Ben Olsen was forced to drop Perry Kitchen - a defensive midfielder - back into defense, a move that did not pan out over 90 minutes.

For more on D.C. United, visit Black And Red United. For more on Toronto FC, be sure to check out Waking The Red. For more news and notes around MLS, check out SB Nation's soccer news hub.

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