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Big D Daily: News for Thursday, June 24, 2021

It was a busy, busy night in MLS.

MLS: FC Dallas at Los Angeles FC Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

The pain continues for FC Dallas here on the 2021 season. It is starting to feel like there is no comeback from this either but there is still a ton of soccer to be played on this season. Elsewhere, it was a busy night across MLS with 12 games on Wednesday night.

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FC Dallas struggles continue with 2-0 loss to LAFC - Big D Soccer
Luchi Gonzalez’s club is still winless away from home this season and now we have even more questions about this group.

Vela comes to life early as LAFC extends FC Dallas winless skid to six matches | The Striker Texas
There was hope for all of two or so minutes to begin this one and then it was all downhill from there.

Back in business: LAFC 2, FC Dallas 0 - Angels on Parade
From the other side of things, here is a look at how Vela returned to form last night.

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Three takeaways from a no good, very bad night for Austin FC in Minnesota | The Striker Texas
Austin had a pretty bad night of their own away from home in Minnesota.

Sounders vs. RSL, recap: Just keep winning - Sounder At Heart
Sounders keep their run going with 2-1 win over RSL thanks to a late penalty.

Recap: Late equalizer from Ebobisse earns Timbers 2-2 draw against Dynamo - Stumptown Footy
Thanks to a second-half push and a late goal from Jeremy Ebobisse, the Timbers escaped Houston with a 2-2 draw.

Big drama: Vancouver Whitecaps 1, LA Galaxy 2 - LAG Confidential
Teams trade goals in stoppage time in a dramatic finish that sees LA come out on top.

New England Revolution 3 New York Red Bulls 2: 3 Thoughts - The Bent Musket
It took a while for New England to wake up, but they extended their home record to 5-0-0 for the first time in club history.

Sporting Kansas City downs Colorado Rapids 3-1 on a near perfect night - The Blue Testament
Sporting is beginning to really look the part as a contender here as they pick up another win at home.

In a battle of Major League Soccer’s two worst teams, Chicago Fire fall to FC Cincinnati 1-0 - Hot Time In Old Town
Fire goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth tied a team record with 11 saves, but it wasn’t enough.

The status quo in MLS | US Soccer Players
The Major League Soccer schedule resumes with Seattle doing as expected and four teams now separating themselves at the top of the conferences.