Another weekend is in the books as FC Dallas will finally hit the road this week for the first time in 2018. But let’s get to some recaps of the action.
// FC Dallas //
Three takeaways from FC Dallas’ 1-1 draw with the Colorado Rapids - Big D Soccer
FCD looks right now like a team that doesn't know who they really are here.
Cristian Colman saves FC Dallas with late goal in draw against Colorado - Big D Soccer
Cristian Colman comes off the bench to score the equalizer. Is it time to start the DP again?
FC Dallas, Colorado Rapids play to 1-1 draw | Pro Soccer USA
The team may be bitter from squandering away points like this at home.
Game Recap: Colorado Rapids 1, FC Dallas 1 - Burgundy Wave
And a few comments from the other side of the field.
// MLS //
Armchair Analyst: Clock's ticking on FC Dallas & more from Week 6 | MLSsoccer.com
There are certainly a lot of things to be said about where Dallas is at the moment and what kind of team they'll be.
LAFC's growing pains continue as Atlanta United pours it on | Goal.com
The reigning MLS rookie of the year was the star as Atlanta United made it four wins in a row, handling LAFC its second straight loss.
Recap: Atlanta United Thrashes LAFC, 5-0 - Dirty South Soccer
So that season opening loss in Houston looks pretty much forgotten at this point huh?
Three things to do better after a win over the Whitecaps - RSL Soapbox
RSL has struggled to win games so far this season but getting a home victory over a quality Vancouver team should jump start them a bit.
Dom Dwyer lets MLS know: Don't ever count out Orlando City | MLSsoccer.com
Dom may flop around a little more than most would like but it shows that Orlando is finally coming around to what we all expected them to be.
LA Galaxy fall to Sporting Kansas City 2-0 - LAG Confidential
A second game for Zlatan didn't go nearly as well as the first one.
Revs find success after buying into Friedel’s system - The Bent Musket
This weekend's opponent is looking better and better under their new manager.
Miguel Herrera says MLS spending 'stratospheric' money to close gap on Liga MX | ESPNFC
Former Mexico manager Miguel Herrera believes that MLS is growing, but the competition still has plenty of work to do to catch Liga MX.