That sure was a wacky match last week, huh folks? Nathan actually had it predicted accurately, props to him. Sure, we all would prefer if FC Dallas won every home match, but the fight back after giving up two goals is something to be proud of, even if it was not a win at the end of the night.
Not much optimism from the gang this week for the daunted trip to Salt Lake City. Many of us are predicting that FC Dallas at least gets a result tonight at Rio Tinto. Also, Scott is back from his loan with the team!
Here are the updated standings:
How do you think the team performs tonight?
|Ben Lyon||Win||2||0||Early from Urruti, Late on the counter from Barrios. In the middle, Gruezo makes Morales disappear.|
|Cody Gamond||Win||2||1||Akindele and Getterson get goals as the Hoops scrape past RSL.|
|Drew Epperley||Draw||1||1||FCD will grab one early from Barrios but RSL gets a goal off a corner kick to even it up.|
|Jack Hazzard||Draw||2||2||Intense match, equal possession, however, both sides are unable to out wit the other. Goals from Ulloa and Diaz.|
|Jared Tilley||Win||2||1||I also think that RSL has been playing with fire and FCD is going to be able to capitalize on their opportunities. Goals by Barriors and Urruti.|
|Jason Poon||Draw||2||2||New father Ryan Hollingshead with a 90th minute equalizer.|
|Mohammad Bushnaq||Win||2||1||The boys find some magic in Salt Lake City. Getterson (for real this time) gets his first goal and Akindele continues his scoring streak.|
|Nathan Hill||Draw||1||1||An Urruti goal early on is cancelled out by a defensive flub.|
|Phil Luetchford||Draw||1||1||Barrios = goal.|
|Ryan Scalon||Loss||1||3||RSL takes it to Dallas despite the rest. Movsisyan and Plata grab goals for RSL while Barrios grabs nothing but a consolation goal.|
|Scott Hiney||Win||2||1||The motivation from dropping points last weekend fuels them this weekend as Maxi and Mauro do the trick.|