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Big D Daily: News for Monday, May 23, 2016

FC Dallas returns home with three points in the pocket.

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Winning is always good but winning on the road sometimes feels extra special.

// FC Dallas //

Tesho and Acosta guide FCD to the win | Big D Soccer

Here is our recap of Saturday's game if you missed it.

New England's defense falls short against Dallas | The Bent Musket

And here is a bit of a look from the New England side of things from Saturday night.

Revs drop the ball against Dallas | ESPNFC.com

A little more from this one on the New England side of things.

FCD takes advantage of Revs errors in win | Dallas Soccer News

A good team always finds a way to capitalize on mistakes of the other team. FCD certainly did so on Saturday between the penalty kick early on, the free kick and then Fabian Castillo's goal.

Tactical change proves to be worth it for FCD | MLSSoccer.com

No Mauro Diaz, Matt Hedges, Maximiliano Urruti and for the most part no Michael Barrios. Yet the shift in formation and changes all around were on point from Oscar Pareja to help pick up the points.

Bonner scores first goal for OKC | EnergyFC.com

Coy Craft and Collin Bonner are having a pretty solid time in OKC at the moment.

// MLS //

Weekend recap: NY delivers beating for the ages | MLSSoccer.com

While we've had some bad losses this season already, none will be as bad as what New York did to their rivals NYC on Saturday. A 7-0 beating on the road by the Red Bulls.

Hudson derby is made up | SBNation.com

I know a lot of people were annoyed by how much hype went into the NY derby last week but it will get better. Anything has to be better than Saturday's game.

Last minute heroics in rivalry week | ESPNFC.com

The California Clasico last night has some last minute drama that kept it a draw. Hopefully we get a San Jose team that is emotionally tired from that game next week when we visit them.

Zlatan isn't coming to DCU | Black and Red United

Nope. If it isn't NY or LA, I wouldn't expect him in any other uniform in MLS. Well, maybe Miami if that thing became real.