VAR didn’t go FCDs way
Penalty or no?
RSL had to deal with the Leagues Cup on Wednesday night against Tigres UNAL. They dropped that match 1-0 but their league form has been decent as of late with three wins in their last five games.
FC Dallas notes:
Last time against RSL. The two sides met back in March up in Utah in the first leg on this “Homegrown Derby” with FC Dallas coming out on top with a lovely 4-2 win. Paxton Pomykal scoring a brace against a RSL side reduced to 10 men when Damir Kreilach was shown a straight red card for a head butt on Carlos Gruezo in the 17th minute.
Key player for FC Dallas - Michael Barrios - If he can be a pest on the wings like we saw a few times last weekend in KC, the attack should be just fine no matter who is in the middle ( Pomykal or Jesus Ferreira).
OUT: John Nelson (abdominal)
QUESTIONABLE: Paxton Pomykal (Lower body strain)
On Loan: Dante Sealy (North Texas SC), Moises Hernandez (San Antonio FC), Francis Atauhene & Ema Twumasi (Austin Bold)
Real Salt Lake Notes:
OUT: M - Jordan Allen (knee injury, out for season), D - Nedum Onuoha (adductor injury), F - Sam Johnson (quad injury 7/3, out 6-8 weeks as of 7/13)
Referee: Ramy Touchan
Assistant Referees: Frank Anderson, Jeremy Hanson
4th Official: Kevin Broadley
VAR: Drew Fischer
How to watch
Kickoff: 7:00 PM
Venue: Toyota Stadium
Available Streaming: ESPN+
Weather: 86, partly sunny
Highlights will be posted as they happen.
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