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MLS Cup '99: SA Report Card
November 29th, 1999 12AM

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D.C. UNITED


Starters:

Presthus (6) No mistakes.

Agoos (6) Contained Hendrickson.

Llamosa (7) Nearly flawless.

Pope (6) Recovery almost complete.

Talley (6) Adios, Diego.

Williams (7) Limpet stuck to Cienfuegos.

Etcheverry (6) Set up a goal with his hands.

Olsen (7) Benny has the jets.

Maessner (6) Rugged and lucky.

Moreno (7) Always trouble.

Lassiter (5) Fluffed a juicy header.


Substitutes:

Sonora (5) He must not like rings.

Aunger (NR) Ex-Rev comes back a champ.


LOS ANGELES


Starters:

Hartman (5) Egregious error.

Vanney (6) Comeback year ends bitterly.

Fraser (NR) Rough go for true pro.

Caligiuri (4) Had a brutal day.

Hendrickson (5) Not enough going forward.

Pena (5) Came closest to scoring.

Mathis (3) Awful.

Cienfuegos (4) Manhandled.

Myers (4) Skilled, but seldom in sync.

Jones (4) Robbed by ref.

Hermosillo (4) Smothered.


Substitutes:

Jolley (3) Overwhelmed in first half.

Elliott (5) Needed more time.

Ibsen (NR) Late sub.



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