Wondo seals it for San Jose
Ugh, San Jose again
Goal San Jose. Ok that was a golazo from Erikson. We'll give him that. 2-3— Big D Soccer (@BigDSoccer) August 30, 2018
Mosquera with a silky first touch to settle the pass and buries his second goal of the year! #BuscaLaForma— Big D Soccer (@BigDSoccer) August 30, 2018
San Jose fires back with two from Vako
FCD goes with more rotation up front
Both teams are coming off disappointing results during MLS Rivalry Week. FC Dallas gave up a late goal in Houston to tie the Dynamo 1-1, while San Jose gave up a two goal lead in nine minutes to lose to Vancouver 3-2.
FC Dallas notes:
Last time against San Jose. The two sides met just a few weeks back in Frisco where FC Dallas dropped their first home game in nearly a year to the Quakes. San Jose exposed the Dallas back line and Jesse Gonzalez made a few blunders in route to a 3-1 win.
Recent history against San Jose. FC Dallas has struggled against the Quakes lately, going 1-2-4 in the last seven matches against San Jose. Last year, the Quakes managed to squeeze out points on late goals.
Key player. Dominque Badji- The one lone goal in Seattle was nice but at some point he is going to have to find his way in this offense and make his mark for FCD.
SUSPENDED: Carlos Gruezo (yellow card accumulation)
OUT: Kris Reaves (foot fracture), Francis Atuahene (calf strain)
LOAN: Anibal Chala (L.D.U. Quinto), Adonijah Reid (Ottawa)
Did not travel: Roland Lamah, Reto Ziegler and Jesse Gonzalez
San Jose Notes:
International duty: none
- OUT: D - Kevin Partida (right ACL reconstruction surgery, partial meniscectomy), D - Harold Cummings (thigh)
Referee: Sorin Stoica
Assistant Referees: Ian B. Anderson, Chris Wattam
4th Official: Alejandro Mariscal
VAR: Drew Fischer
How to watch
Kickoff: 9:30 PM
Venue: Avaya Stadium
Radio – 100.7FM
Spanish Radio – 1270AM
Weather: Sunny and 73 degrees
Highlights will be posted as they happen.
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