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By The Numbers: FC Dallas v Sporting Kansas City

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I did a little more digging this week, and found some more fun stats/numbers for you guys because I know how much you love readers love numbers! Ha.. Ha.. Ha.. If there are any stats/numbers that you want me to dig up, please drop me a line in the comments or on Twitter (@jasonhpoon). Can't promise I'll be able to find it, but I'll at least make a decent effort.

Here are the numbers from last weekend.

2: As in 2-0-0, first perfect start since 2006. If you were around back then, that 2006 team finished First in the West, 2nd in Supporter's Shield Race losing out to DC United by a mere 3 points. Damn.

2: Dallas is undefeated when Blas Perez bags a brace. They are 2-0-3 all time when Perez does his horns up celebration twice in a match. Horns up!

3: Don't ask me how I ended up finding this, but Dallas is 9-4-2 when Chris Seitz records 3 or more saves.

11&5: Random, but for the second game in a row, Dallas managed 11 shots on goal and 5 shots on target

10: Dallas has 10 wins in their past 12 home games (10-1-1), dating back to June 7th including the regular season and the playoffs. Fortress.

17: Dallas has 17 wins (17-5-6) in all competitions (regular season, playoffs and Open Cup), dating back to June 2014. Impressive.

33: With those two goals Blas Perez is now 3rd on FC Dallas' all time scoring list behind Kenny Cooper (46) and Jason Kreis (91).

14,149: Attendance continued to disappoint for the second game in a row. The more horrifying number is that 1,000 of those seats were from the traveling Sporting Kansas City fans. For some context, that's 1,415 less than the second home game in 2014 (15,564) which was against Chivas USA.