August 08, 2013
D.C. United defender Chris Korb, right, controls the ball against Fire midfielder Joel Lindpere.
AP

Neither Chicago nor D.C. United is above .500 in MLS competition, but advanced to the U.S. Open Cup semifinals by beating a combination of MLS and lower-level professional squads. United had beaten Richmond of the USL Pro circuit, and MLS foes Philadelphia and New England, to earn the right to play Chicago.

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