It is time to get all the little facts and quotes out there from yesterday's 2-2 draw against the Union.
FC Dallas - Raul Fernandez, Michel, Matt Hedges, Walker Zimmerman, Jair Benitez, Fabian Castillo (Bobby Warshaw 62), Je-Vaughn Watson, Andrew Jacobson, Jackson (David Ferreira 56), Kenny Cooper (London Woodberry 85), Blas Perez.
TOTAL SHOTS: 13 (Blas Perez 5); SHOTS ON GOAL: 5 (Blas Perez 2); FOULS: 13 (four players with two); OFFSIDES: 2 (Andrew Jacobson, Kenny Cooper 1); CORNER KICKS: 5 (Michel 5); SAVES: 3 (Raul Fernandez 3).
Philadelphia Union - Zac MacMath, Sheanon Williams, Jeff Parke, Raymon Gaddis, Amobi Okugo, Danny Cruz (Antoine Hoppenot 69), Sebastian Le Toux (Chris Albright 90+3), Michael Farfan, Brian Carroll, Conor Casey (Aaron Wheeler 79), Jack McInerney.
TOTAL SHOTS: 12 (Jack McInerney 3); SHOTS ON GOAL: 5 (three players tied with one); FOULS: 13 (Brian Carroll 3); OFFSIDES: 4 (four players tied with one); CORNER KICKS: 5 (Sebastian Le Toux 4); SAVES: 3 (Zac MacMath 3).
DAL - Fabian Castillo (caution) 2
DAL - Jackson (caution) 37
DAL - Je-Vaughn Watson (caution) 45+1
PHL - Brian Carroll (caution) 55
DAL - Je-Vaughn Watson (caution) 68
DAL - Je-Vaughn Watson (ejection) 68
PHL - Conor Casey (caution) 76
PHL - Antoine Hoppenot (caution) 78
DAL - Blas Perez (caution) 90+5
PHL - Chris Albright (caution) 90+6
Referee: Allen Chapman
Referee's Assistants: Adam Wienckowski, Matthew Kreitzer
4th Official: Daniel Radford
Time of Game: 1:56
Weather: Sunny, 88 degrees.
FC Dallas head coach Schellas Hyndman
On the Disallowed goal...
I think that the replay showed that the ball was over the line on that goal, what I said to the players was that they had great focus and determination and other teams would have argued but we were determined and got it done.
About coming into the game with injuries and getting the work done...
This is not an easy place to come and play. Every coach in the league will tell you that, and to take a point at that. We thought we played good enough to score but we just didn't connect. We knew it was going to be a quick breakout from one of their guys and coming from a heartbreaker with Portland to playing this game with injured guys and heavy legs it shows that we have character and we got to keep building on that. June wasn't a great month for us but June has probably shown us our best character
On the yellow card that led to the sending of...
The ref had two choices. To call a penalty or a dive. It was pretty clear that he got hit but that's the way it goes. It changes everything when you're playing a man down. You have to hold for free kicks and dead balls.
On last goal...
The strategy was to put numbers up. Even our goalie went up. We knew it was going to be the last play so we had to give it our all. Blas has an eye for the goal and he handles pressure extremely well. He is a good player for us and it shows what he can do.
FC Dallas forward Blas Perez
On scoring the last goal...
I'm just glad we could get the result and I like that the team showed spirit and fight to be able to do well even though we were a man down.
On the strategy for the last goal...
With a player down and few seconds left on the game we just tried to get numbers up in the box. Even our goalie was in there and we are just lucky that it worked out.
On the disallowed goal...
It was a goal. Legitimate. I don't like to talk about referees because everyone is human and can make mistakes but it was in.
On how the sending off changed the game...
It changed it a lot but that was better for the Union. Playing with a man down is extremely tough but we had to sacrifice ourselves to get the result and it worked out in the end.
On form of the team coming into the game (injuries, etc)...
The month of June has been really tough for us with injuries, sending offs and now the Gold Cup coming up but we are just going to work hard to have a better July and we are aiming to keep our form and even improve.
FC Dallas defender Walker Zimmerman
On the red card...
I think the red card was a turning point for us because until then I thought we were putting pressure on them and that we had control of the game. It was really just an unfortunate call but we got to learn from that.
On the first Philadelphia goal and equalizer...
It's always frustrating to give up goals on set pieces but it felt great to get a goal right back. There was definitely a little emotion on that equalizer but it's good to get that frustration behind you.
FC Dallas midfielder Je-Vaughn Watson
On his two yellow cards...
I thought the first yellow was a bit harsh. I felt that I got all of the ball. Both teams were arguing a lot with the official and I think I paid the price for a lot of the yelling [the referee] was hearing from both teams. The second yellow card was also harsh. It's not like I'm a player that does that. I tried to get up and play on. But like I said, both teams were going at him so I think maybe he was trying to do something to calm the game down.