Any time you beat an in-state rival it’s a good win. When you do it without your leading scorer and best player it’s even bigger.
Dallas resumed their MLS campaign on Saturday night, taking on local rivals Austin FC. The main headline was more about who didn’t participate rather than who did.
FC Dallas enjoyed their rivalry win over Austin FC this weekend. Matt Visinsky was there to bring us the pics.
Finally, real soccer is back as FC Dallas returned to MLS play for the first time since a 1-1 draw in Seattle on July 15….
Coming off a series of quality performances in Leagues Cup, 10th in the West FC Dallas (30 points, 8-9-6) hosts 7th in the West Austin FC (32 points, 9-10-5) at 7:30 pm tonight at Toyota Stadium.
5th in the West FC Dallas (26 points, 7-6-5) travels to Austin to take on the 12th in the West Groots (19 points, 5-8-4) at 8:30 pm at Q2 Stadium. The kickoff is a time change, slid back an hour due to the heat.
Any road win is good but a road win down in Austin is particularly good. Dallas jumps back to 4th on 18 points (5-3-3).
It was a great surprise yesterday to hear from a long-time contributor to 3rd Degree, John Rivera. He’s a photographer from South Texas who has been kind enough to contribute photos to us since the early 2000s.
FC Dallas returned to winning ways down I-35 thanks to Jesus Ferreira’s seventh goal in four games at Q2 Stadium.
5th in the West FC Dallas (15 points, 4-3-3) travels to face 12th in the West Austin FC (10 points, 2-4-4) at 7:30 pm at Q2 Stadium in Austin.