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Big D Daily: News for Wednesday, October 17, 2018

The UMSNT picked up a draw last night against Peru.

Soccer: International Friendly Soccer -Peru at USA David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

The midweek is here as we move past the October international FIFA break and back into the final two weeks of the MLS season.

// FC Dallas //

Who was FC Dallas’ top player in their 1-0 loss to D.C. United? - Big D Soccer
A gritty goal in the end was what DCU needed and what left FC Dallas without points. But who was your to pick from last weekend's game for FCD?

FC Dallas’ loss in D.C. shows soccer can be a cruel game - Big D Soccer
We got to watch a real gut punch on Twitter, let's not do that again.

PLAYOFF PRIMER: What to Watch for in the Mid-Week Games Around MLS | FC Dallas
Time to cheer on the likes of Vancouver and I guess Orlando City tonight. Mainly Vancouver as it would help keep SKC away from securing a top seed in the West.

// MLS //

Warshaw: Rock-Paper-Scissors game tells you a lot about Western Conference |
There is really so much up for grabs in the last two weeks in the Western Conference. So why not play a friendly game of rock-paper-scissors?

Stejskal: Adi, Alashe on run with FC Cincinnati ahead of club's MLS move |
Did you forget that Cincy picked up those two earlier this summer? I nearly did but it appears that they are rolling in the USL ahead of their MLS start.

// USMNT //

US Soccer Recap - USA vs Peru: Americans concede late equalizer, settle for 1-1 draw - Stars and Stripes FC
Our boy Reggie got a start and looked pretty solid in moments last night against Peru.

Dave Sarachan vows to keep going "full bore" so long as he's USMNT coach |
You almost have to feel for Dave Sarachan here as he knows he won't get the full time gig and is just doing everything he can to help move it along.

USMNT's all-teen attack of Josh Sargent, Jonathan Amon and Tim Weah impresses against Peru |
USMNT fans looking for something to be excited about may have found it as a trio of teenagers flashed their promise against Peru.