D.C. United had the better of the play in the first half, but was unable to put a ball past Dan Kennedy and entered halftime level with Chivas USA 0-0 at RFK Stadium.
The Black-And-Red mustered nine shots and three on goal, while their visitors could only manage three overall shots, with just one of those troubling the frame of Bill Hamid's goal.
United's best chance came in the 13th minute, when Kennedy leaped to swat away a goalbound shot by Nick DeLeon.
Maicon Santos nearly opened the scoring for United in the 20th minute, but again, Kennedy was alertly off his line to deny him.
Kennedy was called upon once again in the 38th minute to stop another goalbound shot by DeLeon, and he also had to be alert
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