And we’re tied again
Loons tie it up
TOP SHELF GOODNESS!
11’ Finley makes it 1-0 after a bad clearance from Jesse starts some nightmare stuff, including a Hedges clearance off the line but the ball eventually finds the net. #FCDvMIN | #DTID pic.twitter.com/HEJ4lmdPaA— Big D Soccer (@BigDSoccer) August 11, 2019
Y'all gonna be able to handle the heat? @MNUFC— FC Dallas (@FCDallas) August 10, 2019
How we're lining up tonight ⬇️, pres. by @ChickfilA
Lineup Notes: https://t.co/2Si72CXn7L
: https://t.co/Np9YZzF4E8 or 1270 AM en Español
: https://t.co/fVjd7OShLJ#FCDvMIN | #DTID pic.twitter.com/KOpfUfXLul
the fellas in Frisco this evening... pic.twitter.com/CImilPc1Q8— Minnesota United FC (@MNUFC) August 10, 2019
FC Dallas has won two all-time meetings at home against the Loons, giving up zero goals in the process. The Loons will be looking to keep their hot streak going as they advanced to the USOC finals this past week with a big win over Portland, while Dallas is looking to rebound after a disappointing loss in Orlando last weekend.
FC Dallas notes:
Last time against Minnesota. It was just about a month ago when the two clubs met in Minnesota. The Loons came out on top with a late goal after Dallas held them to just a few shots and very few chances.
Key player for FC Dallas - Anyone in the attack - Seriously, at this point we just need someone to step up and be consistent in front of the net. Whether that is Jesus Ferreira, Dominque Badji, Santiago Mosquera, Michael Barrios, Cobra, or someone else.
On Loan: Dante Sealy (North Texas SC), Moises Hernandez (San Antonio FC), Francis Atauhene & Ema Twumasi (Austin Bold)
Referee: Alex Chilowicz
Assistant Referees: Brian Dunn, Jeremy Kieso
4th Official: Joe Dickerson
VAR: Chico Grajeda
How to watch
Kickoff: 7:00 PM
Venue: Toyota Stadium
Available Streaming: ESPN+
Weather: 98, partly cloudy
Highlights will be posted as they happen.
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