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Davy Arnaud did not suffer a concussion in collision with Michael Bradley but was held out of training Tuesday.

D.C. United took an early lead on Jared Jeffrey's superb goal but faded in the second half and lost to Toronto FC, 4-1, at BMO Field.

Dwayne De Rosario scored a tremendous goal in the 10th minute, but D.C. United conceded Bobby Convey's equalizer and settled for a 1-1 draw at RFK Stadium.

D.C. United, the worst team in MLS's Eastern Conference, welcomes Toronto FC, the second-worst team in the Eastern Conference, to RFK Stadium.

Desperate for attacking help, D.C. United has acquired second-year midfielder Luis Silva from Toronto FC for an undisclosed amount of allocation money.

D.C. United relinquished an early lead and lost to Toronto FC, 2-1, extending its winless streak to 13 matches.

Neither D.C. United nor Toronto FC has won since March. Will someone break through tonight at RFK Stadium?

D.C. United goalkeepers coach Pat Onstad is leaving the club after two seasons to work for Toronto FC, sources said. Meantime, United appears to have its eye on Diego Restrepo to join its goalie corps.

Kevin Payne's first bold move as Toronto FC's boss? Hiring Ryan Nelsen, a current player in England's Premier League with no coaching experience.

Hamdi Salihi capitalized on Toronto goalkeeper Milos Kocic's error in the 88th minute as D.C. United recorded a 1-0 victory and extended its unbeaten streak to five. Match report, Eastern Conference standings, highlight package and poll:

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