At RFK Stadium, Joel Lindpere had New York up a goal in the 19th minute. It took DC two minutes to pull level through Nich DeLeon. DC would take the lead when Dwayne De Rosario scored his 100th MLS goal in the 68th. Wilman Conde equalized for the Red Bulls in the 88th.
The ball is in the air and I figured I’m either going to wake up tomorrow and wonder what happened or I’ll put it in the back of the net," De Rosario said. "It was a [risk] that I was willing to take. I’ve seen a lot of players get on the wrong side of it, but I was able to put my head under it and score that goal and get my 100th off my back.”
Columbus picked up a road win on Wednesday night, beating Philadelphia 2-1 in front of 16, 568 at PPL Park. Carlos Valdes scored the first goal of the night in the 29th minute, with the Crew's Josh Williams equalizing in the 41st. Columbus's Josh Williams was sent off for fighting in the 68th minute, but it was the Crew scoring the shorthanded winner in the 95th minute. Eddie Gaven was the hero, with Federico Higuain picking up his second assist of the night.
In New England, Chivas USA spotted the Revs an extra goal before staging a three-goal comeback. Sear Sene put New England in front four minutes in. A Chivas USA own-goal made it 2-0 in the 11th, and the Revs had a three-goal lead when Sene scored again in the 21st. Chivas USA pulled a goal back two minutes later through former Revs star Shalrie Joseph. It would be Joseph again in the 46th with Miller Bolanos equalizing a minute later.