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D.C. United claimed its first away lead of the MLS season but dropped a 2-1 decision to the New England Revolution.

With the MLS regular season winding down, D.C. United visits Gillette Stadium to face the New England Revolution.

Almost two years since Charlie Davies last played in MLS, D.C. United is preparing to trade the forward's rights to the New England Revolution.

Despite another long-distance goal by Luis Silva, D.C. United lost again, 2-1 to the New England Revolution at RFK Stadium.

D.C. United returns to RFK Stadium to face the New England Revolution in an MLS match.