WASHINGTON (AP) — Ola Kamara scored in his fifth consecutive game, Andy Najar scored his first MLS goal since 2011, and D.C. United beat Montreal 2-1 on Sunday night.
Kamara’s goal in the 54th minute — his sixth in his last five appearances — gave D.C. (8-7-3) a 2-1 lead.
Montréal (6-7-5) is winless, with three losses, in its last four games.
D.C. United has won four straight at home after winning just three of its previous 13 matches at Audi Field (D3 L7). It is D.C.’s longest home win streak since running off five straight home wins to end the 2018 regular season.