Good morning! It is always a good morning after a win, especially against the Chicago Fire; let’s get right into it, shall we?
D.C. United were efficient in the first half, drawing two penalties and keeping a clean sheet in a comprehensive victory. The team jumped up to 5th in the Eastern Conference but there is a lot of congestion in the middle of the table, so wins over teams below them are essential.
Jason, Adam, and Ryan talk through their thoughts on D.C. United’s performance last night.
If you would like to know why Bill Hamid's return us such a big deal for #DCU, just look below. Hamid has faced 8.3 PSxG (post shot xG) and conceded 7 goals, and Jon Kempin faced 12 PSxG and allowed 17 goals. The numbers say that Hamid is significantly better than Kempin. pic.twitter.com/55tBGv3zq4— Seoul Train (@BlasianSays) September 15, 2021
We also saw the return of Bill Hamid last night, and it’s always good to see him between the pipes. We’ve also got some specific numbers here on just how much Hamid’s presence means to the success on the field.
Ola Kamara is the fourth @dcunited player with a first-half MLS hat trick. No other team has more than two.— Paul Carr (@PaulCarr) September 16, 2021
Dwayne De Rosario
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Man, remember that Dwayne De Rosario game? That was just a complete masterwork of a performance, one of the best in MLS history.
Extratime discussing the Golden Boot Race pic.twitter.com/CSiBxBrJVD— Extratime ⚽ (@Extratime) September 16, 2021
Extratime dunking on themselves and the rest of MLS discourse for leaving Ola Kamara out of all of the Golden Boot convos even though he’s now the Golden Boot leader!
And in off the field news, there are plans for a concrete plant within a stone’s throw of Audi Field.
That’s all I have today; what’s up?