Montreal earns first road point in 1-1 draw at DC



WASHINGTON (AP) — Bernardo Corradi scored to help the Montreal Impact earn the first road point in team history with by drawing D.C. United 1-1 on Wednesday night.

Maicon Santos leveled the match with his team-leading fourth goal to push United’s unbeaten streak (two wins, three draws) to five matches.

But Santos also had a 90th-minute goal correctly disallowed for offsides, one that would’ve given United (2-2-3) their first consecutive wins since the 2009 season.

Instead, the expansion Impact (1-5-2) got their first draw away from home after coming close in one-goal losses at Real Salt Lake and F.C. Dallas earlier this month.