On Saturday, April 7 D.C. United and the Seattle Sounders failed to score, earning each team one point from the draw before 15,651 fans at RFK Stadium in Southeast. United 1-2-2 (5 points) coming off their 4-1 win the previous week at RFK was hoping to continue their winning streak at home. Seattle 2-1-1 (7 points) playing their first road game of the 2012 MLS season, hoped to pick up their first road win. They controlled the game at mid-field but could not get a goal. "I don't think offensively either team was really at their best," D.C. United Coach Ben Olsen said. "It was a pretty physical battle . . . It's one of those games where if we're a little bit sharper in the final third we come out of here with three points." Next Saturday, D.C. United head north to Foxborough, Mass., to face off against the New England Revolution.