Washington, DC (Sports Network) - Bobby Convey's second-half tally rescued
a point for Toronto FC on Saturday as the Reds battled to a 1-1 stalemate
with D.C. United at RFK Stadium.
The result snaps Toronto FC's two-match losing streak, but the club is still in
the midst of a three-game winless run, while D.C. United remains winless in
five of their last six league matches.
United opened the scoring 10 minutes into the game as Dwayne De Rosario
collected the ball on the left side of the pitch and cut to the center of the
park before unleashing a curling strike from 30 yards that beat TFC goalkeeper
Joe Bendik to the upper 90 for his third goal of the season.
But Toronto found its equalizer on the hour mark as Bobby Convey deposited it
home following a nice assist by Reggie Lambe to put the sides back on level
Both sides sent numbers forward in search of a winner, but it never
materialized and they were forced to settle for a point apiece.
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