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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2018/2019 Season

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9 Orlando 7 1 11 22
10 Toronto 4 4 11 16
11 DC United 3 5 7 14
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Rooney's first impressions can give D.C. hope

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By ESPN Staff
2 days ago

MLS: 42 goals in 90 seconds

Check out every goal from Week 20 in MLS, including Paul Arriola's big night at D.C.'s new home and Dom Dwyer helping Orlando City end their slump.

D.C. United's opening of Audi Field marred by reporter's injury, Wi-Fi problems

Wayne Rooney picked up an assist in his MLS debut as D.C. christened Audi Field with a comfortable win over Vancouver.

WASHINGTON -- The opening of D.C. United's new stadium, Audi Field, had its share of missteps on Saturday, including a dislodged railing that fell on the team's sideline reporter, Lindsay Simpson, and resulted in an undisclosed injury.

A D.C. United spokesperson confirmed that, prior to the game, a piece of a railing struck Simpson, possibly on the shoulder, and medical personnel treated her at the scene. The spokesman added that Simpson wasn't hospitalized but that she was unable to continue working...

Humble beginnings as Wayne Rooney, Audi Field make Major League Soccer debuts

Wayne Rooney picked up an assist in his MLS debut as D.C. christened Audi Field with a comfortable win over Vancouver.

WASHINGTON -- D.C. United was leading the Vancouver Whitecaps 1-0 midway through the second half, but the inaugural crowd at Audi Field made it clear what -- or rather who -- they wanted.

The chant went up, "We want Rooney! We want Rooney!"

DCU manager Ben Olsen obliged, bringing on new signing Wayne Rooney in the 58th minute to raucous cheers, and the Englishman delivered, notching an assist as well as plenty of sharp touches in a 3-1 win.

"The fans have been fantastic since I arrived in the airport,...