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Black And Red United Jun 3, 2015

D.C. United use strong second half to surge past Chicago Fire, 3-1

After conceding first at home again, United stormed back in the second half with 3 goals It's a story that becoming all too familiar at RFK Stadium this season. But after D.C. United fell behind to the Chicago Fire in the first half, a two goal effort from Jairo Arrieta helped United come back to beat the Fire, 3-1 on Wednesday night. David Accam put the Fire ahead in the first half, moments after Andrew Dykstra saved a penalty from Jeff Larentowicz. But United manager Ben Olsen's insertion of Fabian Espindola to start the second half proved crucial, as the Black-and-Red scored thrice in...