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Dike scored in the 79th minute to lift the Portland Timbers to a 1-1 draw with
D.C. United on Saturday night. The Timbers (7-15-9), eighth in the Western
Conference, avoided elimination from the post-season race. Chris Pontius scored
on a penalty kick in the 60th minute to give United (15-10-6) the lead. D.C.
snapped a three-game winning streak and dropped to fourth place in the Eastern
Conference. United began the day tied with New York for third, but the Red Bulls
beat Toronto to pull into a tie with Chicago for second. Pontiuss 12th goal of
the season came after a hand ball call on Timbers defender David Horst, which
had several Timbers in the referees face. Horst was given a yellow card and
Timbers fans shouted boos and expletives on the officials. The officials were
also booed as they left the field after the game. Timbers owner Merritt Paulson
took off after the officials, appearing to yell his disapproval and a bottle
thrown from the stands came close to hitting the crew. Portland outplayed
Unnited for long stretches, had 14 shots on goal and made goalkeeper Bill Hamid
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near the end of the first half. Dike had a clear shot that went wide after
defender Chris Korb accidently passed the ball to him in the 40th minute. In the
44th, Hamid had a ball bounce out of his hands and nearly cross the goal line
before he snagged it. Hamid had four saves in the first half. The Timbers,
winless on the road this season, are a tough to beat at Jeld-Wen Field, where
they have won against top clubs such as Chicago, Sporting Kansas City and San
Jose this season. Portland had had seen encouraging play in its last three
matches—a home draw with Seattle, a road draw at San Jose and a 2-1 loss at
Real Salt Lake last Saturday. Portland goalkeeper Joe Bendik started for the
third consecutive game, as starter Donovan Ricketts remains out with a shoulder
injury sustained against Seattle. United was playing on artificial turf for the
first time since April at New England. ’ ’ ’ 

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