D.C. United in 5th place in Eastern Conference
TORONTO FC UPSET: Jozy Altidore scored the opening point in the 36th minute for the Toronto Reds, and D.C. United responded three minutes later with a header from Lamar Neagle. Tied going into halftime, Neagle received a beautifull pass from Lloyd Sam in the 58th minute and sent it into the back of the net. Toronto continued their attack, but D.C. United's defense and amazing goalkeeping from Bill Hamid kept the Reds at bay.
Next up for D.C. United is New York City FC this Sunday, in the final home game of the season for D.C. at 5:00pm. NYCFC is in second place in the Eastern Conference standings, and secured a thrilling finish against D.C. United at their last meeting in NY in September. If the playoffs started today, 5th seed D.C. United would be fighting for a spot during a knockout round match against 4th seed Montreal.