FC Dallas trailed Liga MX club Pachuca 2-1 in the second leg of the CONCACAF Champions League semifinal on Tuesday night, but with the score tied 3-3 on aggregate and 1-1 on away goals in its final minute, it looked destined for extra time.
FC Dallas took down Pachuca (current club of the USMNT’s Omar Gonzalez) in the CONCACAF Champions League tonight, 2-1. The difference in the match? Kellyn Acosta’s inch-perfect free kick in the 57th minute.
You might not be able tell this apart from everyday MLS action, but if you look closely, you’ll see that the field is a bit, uh, damp.
Dairon Asprilla, this is some good kicking. This last angle is pretty definitive proof that the shot hit no butts, and in fact just curved like crazy.
FC Dallas lost to the Portland Timbers 3-1 Saturday night, but I’ll be damned if Dallas coach Oscar Pareja didn’t leave with the psychological edge after the game.
We've mentioned this before, but instrumental national anthems are better than vocal performances nine times out of ten. Another example: Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready playing "The Star-Spangled Banner" before last night's MLS Cup playoff match between FC Dallas and Seattle Sounders FC.
Jair Benitez of FC Dallas scored a ridiculous goal from 50 yards out against Vancouver Whitecaps FC Saturday night. It sailed perfectly over helpless keeper David Ousted for a 3-1 FC Dallas lead. Ousted understandably took the score poorly.
Last night, league leaders FC Dallas hosted the Los Angeles Galaxy in MLS play. The home side bested the defending league champions in a dramatic 1-0 victory, with the deciding goal coming from a corner kick three minutes before the death. Defender George John charged down the ball, which had ricocheted off the…
Billboards! We love billboards. Love it when someone has something so important to say, they can't afford to run the risk of not telling a passing motorist.
The MLS Cup was last night. (Did you notice? Did you know NASCAR also crowned its champ?) It ended with an own goal and the hero injuring himself on his fateful strike. It couldn't have gone down any other way.