New York Red Bulls blank winless D.C. United 2-0 | MLS
Juan Pablo Angel contributed a goal and an assist and the New York Red Bulls improved on their best start in franchise history by beating D.C. United 2-0 in a Major League Soccer match Saturday.
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WASHINGTON — Juan Pablo Angel contributed a goal and an assist and the New York Red Bulls improved on their best start in franchise history by beating D.C. United 2-0 in a Major League Soccer match Saturday.
Salou Ibrahim also scored for the Eastern Conference-leading Red Bulls (5-1), who won at RFK Stadium for the first time since 2005. New York had been 0-2-5 in seven previous meetings there.
D.C. United (0-5) is off to its worst start.
D.C. United was winless in its first four matches in 1996, the league's inaugural season.
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