FC Dallas played their second preseason game of this week today in a 1-0 loss to the New England Revolution. Dallas started a fixed group of players, mostly young ones including two Home Grown players getting their first starts of the year. Moises Hernandez and Bryan Leyva picked up starts while a Schellas Hyndman played other young players like newcomer Andrew Jacobson, Andrew Wiedeman, rookies Bobby Warshaw, Alexis Pradie and Scott Gordon.
Once again the club was done in by an early goal from New England midfielder Sainey Nyassi. The second-year striker Zach Schilaski cut through the middle of the pitch and fed a nice ball to Nyassi who beat his defender (from the sounds of it he beat M. Hernandez) and Chris Seitz for the game's only goal.
Dallas tried to maintain possession and build on the attack from there on but were unable to get by Rev's keeper Matt Reis. Trialist Maykel Galindo and had a few chances but was unable to get a solid strike on goal. The good news for Galindo here is that he is looking healthy according to reports.
FC Dallas returns to the field tomorrow evening in the first match of the Walt Disney World Pro Soccer Classic against USL-Pro side Orlando City. The game will be streamed live on MLSSoccer.com at 5pm CT.
Update: here is the box from today's game
NE – Sainey Nyassi (Zack Schilawski) 10
New England Revolution: Matt Reis, Didier Domi, Ryan Cochrane, A.J. Soares, Zak Boggs, Chris Tierney (Seth Sinovic 89), Stephen McCarthy, Pat Phelan, Sainey Nyassi (Ryan Kinne 70), Zack Schilawski (Kheli Dube 70), Ilija Stolica
STATS: Shots: 10; Shots on Goal: 3; Saves: 4; Corner Kicks: 7; Offside: 1; Fouls Committed: 6
FC Dallas: Chris Seitz (Josh Lambo 60), Moises Hernandez, Alexis Pradie, Scott Gordon (Roberto Lopes 65), Andrew Wiedeman, Bryan Leyva (Paul Bim Ogunyemi 46), Bobby Warshaw, Andrew Jacobson, Eric Avila (Peri Marosevic 58), Bruno Guarda (Victor Ulloa 56), Maykel Galindo
STATS: Shots: 5; Shots on Goal: 5; Saves: 2; Corner Kicks: 3; Offside: 3; Fouls Committed: 6
NE- Didier Comi (caution) 80
Referee: Chris Penso
Assistant Referee: Eric Proctor
Assistant Referee: Matthew Miscannon
Weather: Partially cloudy and 75 degrees