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*U.S. Open Cup Final: D.C. United 3 Rochester 0
October 30th, 1996 12AM
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D.C. United (MLS) 3 Rochester Rhinos (A-League) 0. Goals: Diaz Arce 45, Pope 63, Moreno (Sanneh) 89.

D.C. United --Simpson, Peay, Pope, Agoos, Gori, Williams, Maessner, Harkes, Etcheverry, Diaz Arce, Moreno. Subs: Sanneh for Maessner in 46th minute, Vaudreuil for Peay in 46th, Kamler for Harkes in 66th, Imler for Agoos in 71st, Rammel for Diaz Arce in 74th.

Rochester --Andracki, Dauda, Smotrich, Rivas, Villagra, Gutierrez, Tanner, McKay, Steenkamp, Miller, Marinaro. Subs: Stuart for McKay in 46th minute, Kennell for Marinaro in 75th.

Yellow cards:D.C. United -- Williams 72, Pope 72; Rochester -- Dauda 77.

Referee:Esse Baharmast.

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