The D.C. United made the trip to Boston to take on the New England Revolution on Saturday afternoon and walked away from the pitch with a 2-1 victory. New England struck first, with a goal in the first couple of minutes by José Alcides Moreno Mora, but the United were able to rally back.
D.C. picked up a goal from Maicon Santos to tie the game at 1-1 and then Chris Pontius picked up the goal from the header assist by Nick DeLeon to put the United up 2-1, which proved to be enough to walk away with the win. The United struggled a bit defensively, but there were able to net two goals and hold on for the win.
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