Two second half goals inside three minutes saved this game for Chivas USA – or in truth two incredibly poor D.C. United errors did.
This game wasn’t half as good as the 3-1 scoreline suggest; it was one of those games your mother should have told you never to watch, between two frankly bad teams with a combined record of 3-9-2.
As banged up as Chivas USA is, D.C. was in worse shape.
The equalizer came in the 73rd minute, when substitute Jorge Flores beat Quavas Kirk to the ball, D.C goalkeeper Zach Wells made a hash of things and Jess Marsch redeemed himself with a goal.
Three minutes later, Atiba Harris skipped past Gonzalo Martinez along the sideline and crossed to Sacha Kljestan for what proved the winning goal.
Sueno scored the third eight minutes from time, too, with Wells guilty (again) of some very suspect goalkeeping.
It’s the first time Chivas USA has ever – ever – come from behind to win a game and the first time they’ve ever beaten United.
The biggest question after this game: how long has D.C. Coach Tom Soehn got left?
Dressed in a black suit and crisp white shirt, one press box wit observed he looked like a mortician.
Appropriate, given that United’s season already looks all but dead and buried.
Back with more from the locker room later.