MLS: a whole comeback from D.C. United

MLS: quite a comeback from D.C. United


By scoring twice in stoppage time, D.C. United upset Orlando City SC 2-1 on Sunday night at Audi Field. 

Chris Durkin first tied the game by hitting the target one minute past the regulation 90. The midfielder accepted a nice relay from Ola Kamara while he was in the heart of the penalty area. He did not miss such an opportunity, sending a missile into the upper part of Pedro Gallese's cage. 

Striker Taxiarchis Fountas then allowed his side to save themselves with victory. Just under four minutes after the crowd favourites' first success, he skilfully redirected a pass from Kyle Smith into the side netting on the right.

The Greece native thus gave away a first win at his club since July 4th. This victory was also obtained against the Florida formation.

In the clash of the day, Orlando took control from the ninth minute. Junior Urso stood out by beating Rafael Romo with a magnificent lobe.