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D.C. United ousts FC Dallas
April 23rd, 2009 7AM
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[U.S. OPEN CUP] Defending cup champ D.C. United downed FC Dallas, 2-0, on Wednesday in a play-in thanks to goals by Fred and Brandon Barklage. D.C. United will play the winner of the April 29 San Jose-New York for a spot in the U.S. Open Cup proper.

April 22 at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C.
FC Dallas 0 D.C. United 2.
Goals:
Fred 1 (Pontius ) 21, Barklage (Quaranta) 66.
FC Dallas -- Ray Burse, Michael Dello-Russo, Drew Moor, George John (Aaron Pitchkolan 8), Daniel Torres, Eric Avila, Pablo Ricchetti, Alvaro Sanchez (Bruno Guarda 90), Dave van den Bergh (David Ferreira 73), Peri Marosevic, Jeff Cunningham (Kenny Cooper 71).
D.C. United -- Kocic, Namoff ( Jakovic, 62), Janicki, Burch, Khumalo, Barklage, Jacobson, McTavish, Fred (Wallace 61), Pontius (Moreno, 73), Quaranta (Peters, 82).
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