Sporting Kansas City kept its place atop the Eastern Conference table with a 2-1 win over D.C. United.
The host side opened the scoring early. Teal Bunbury zigzagged through the defense, losing marker Chris Pontius, and jumped away from goal to redirect a Graham Zusi corner on net.
The equalizer came 10 minutes later. Andy Najar lifted a ball into the box. Nick DeLeon looked like he'd lost it but a lunge managed to scramble it in the goal.
The eventual winner came an hour into the match. A Kei Kamara cross filtered through to the back post where no United defender had bothered to pick up Zusi. The U.S. international five-holed Bill Hamid for the go-ahead tally.
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