The home side failed to take advantage of a late chance to win the game, as the Argentine saw a late penalty kick saved.
Following Spain’s 2-0 win over El Salvador, the second match of the doubleheader in Landover, Maryland, didn’t feature quite the same excitement as the first game.
Neither side was able to generate much offense in the game, with the teams combining for just five shots on goal. Bill Hamid was the slightly busier goalkeeper, and he made a strong save late in the match.
Deep into stoppage time, United won a penalty kick when Conor Doyle flicked a ball into a Crew defender’s arm. Espindola attempted the cheeky penalty, but it was saved embarrassingly easily by Clark, who stood his ground.