FINAL SCORE: D.C. United 2, Revolution 2
IN BRIEF: Quincy Amarikwa's goal in the 86th minute - when New England was playing with only 10 after Wilfried Zahibo was red-carded - gave D.C. United a 2-2 draw with the visiting Revolution. The tie extends the Revs' unbeaten streak under new coach Bruce Arena to eight matches (4-0-4). BOX SCORE
REVS RECORD: 6-8-6 (24 points, 7th in Eastern Conference)
TEAL BUNBURY GETS REVS ON BOARD IN 4TH MINUTE:
CARLES GIL WITH THE REBOUND OF JUAN AGUDELO'S HEADER:
LEONARDO JARA HALVES THE LEAD JUST BEFORE THE HALF:
QUINCY AMARIKWA'S HEADER TIES IT FOR D.C. IN THE 86TH MINUTE:
Vs. Vancouver Whitecaps, Wednesday, 7 p.m., NBC Sports Boston
WASHINGTON -- Luciano Acosta scored early and Zoltan Stieber added a late goal to help D.C. United win its third in a row, 2-0 over the 10-man New England Revolution on Sunday night.
Acosta opened the scoring for United (7-9-6) in the 13th minute, finishing Paul Arriola's cross with a left-footed shot that got through with a deflection off the goalkeeper.
New England (7-9-8) went down a man in the 73rd minute when Scott Caldwell was shown his second yellow card, both for unsporting behavior.
Stieber made it 2-0 in the 89th minute on a breakaway sprung by Junior Moreno's long ball up the middle.
D.C. United is 5-1-2 since opening Audi Field on July 14. The Revs are winless in their last seven and have lost five of the last six.
WASHINGTON - Luciano Acosta scored off a volley from close range in the 71st minute and D.C. United beat the New England Revolution 1-0 on Saturday night for their third straight victory.
D.C. United (8-15-4) has won all three games 1-0, with the first two coming on own goals. Bill Hamid had his third consecutive shutout.
D.C. United is 8-0-0 when Acosta scores. Kofi Opare and Lloyd Sam assisted on the goal. D.C. hasn't lost to New England in its last seven games, going 4-0-3.
New England's (8-12-5) had scored in six straight road games.