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Big D Daily: News for Thursday, May 12, 2016

FC Dallas ended their slump last night.

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

The long scoreless streak is finally over for FC Dallas as they downed Portland last night 2-1.

// FC Dallas //

Back on track: FCD downs Portland 2-1 | Big D Soccer

A brief look at what we posted late last night as FCD picked up the three big points.

Timbers grab early goal, lose 2-1 | Stumptown Footy

And from the other side of things our friends at Stumptown give us their take on the game from last night.

Scoreless streak comes crashing down as FCD defeats Portland | Dallas Morning News

Over 300 minutes between FCD goals after being shutout on the road. While none of the goals came from attackers, it was a night that FCD had to get three points from.

FCD ends scoreless streak on big statement |

Nothing like ended a scoreless streak with one goal and then another so quickly.

// MLS //

Perez scores a ridiculous goal to give Vancouver the win |

Our old pal Blas Perez looked like the Blas we grew to love here in Dallas last night as he got two goals including this beauty.

Caps deny rumors about trading for Kamara |

If you went straight to bed last night after the FCD game you may have missed this news hitting your Twitter timeline. Pretty wild to think the trade could be Kei Kamara for Octavio Rivero. I'd call that pretty even really.

Will he stay or will he go? | Massive Report

The stars seem to align with him leaving Columbus but given how the transfer window closed at midnight last night, I'd be shocked if the Crew found a suitor in time for Kamara.

LA picks up tie on the road in Philly | LAG Confidential

Last night's first game was a bit of a good one if you were able to catch any of it. LA and Philly traded blows before the Union grabbed a late game-tying goal.

Colorado still on top of the league after 1-0 win | Burgundy Wave

I still can't get over how the Rapids are leading the league this year.

Dynamo drop another as they lose to San Jose 3-1 | Dynamo Theory

And here is your moment to point and laugh.

Garber: Liga MX is better than MLS for now |

I had to do a double take on that headline at first as I thought Don Garber was saying Liga MX was below MLS. I guess my coffee hasn't hit my brain yet this morning.