Found November 18, 2012 on Total MLS:
PLAYERS: Brandon McDonald
DC United limped out of the BBVA Compass Stadium last Sunday night battered and bruised.  Ben Olsen had to make two first half substitutions in both Chris Pontius and Marcelo Saragosa, two highly influential players to the United squad.  Olsen also made a fairly early substitution in the second half as Brandon McDonald had to depart with an apparent calf injury.  As DC United are down 3-1 on aggregate going into the second leg which is on Sunday, November 18th at 3pm in RFK Stadium, DC will look to score goals, and fast.  DC need to win by at least to goals to send the game into extra time, and a win by three or more goals would send DC United to the MLS Cup Final, which would subsequently be hosted at RFK Stadium.   Rookie, Nick DeLeon remains confident as is the rest of his team, as he picked up his second goal of the MLS playoffs.  DeLeon was quoted as saying after the match, "we'll come out firing next Sunday."  DC will have no reason to sit back and defen...

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D.C. United need at least two goals Sunday to have any chance of keeping their season alive, and their leading scorer is in doubt for the second leg of the Eastern Conference final. The Houston Dynamo hope to take advantage at RFK Stadium and reach a second consecutive MLS Cup final - with perhaps the same opponent awaiting them there. The front end of this series could hardly...
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