FC Dallas traveled up to Utah on Wednesday to take on Real Salt Lake, a team that has struggled at home. With a chance to pick up key road points down the stretch, FCD brought their best.
11th in the West FC Dallas (35 points, 9-10-8) travels to Utah to take on 6th in the West Real Salt Lake (40 points, 11-10-7) at America First Field. Game broadcast begins at 8:30 CT.
A win is a win and in the end, the points in the table are what matter. But holy cow, was that some boring soccer for about 85 minutes and not much of a performance by FCD.
FC Dallas, for some unknown reason, wore an all-white kit at home against Real Salt Lake – whose kit is quite similar to the FCD normal kit – confusing all the casuals watching.
4th in the West FC Dallas (3-2-2, 11 points) hosts 10th in the West Real Salt Lake (2-4-0, 6 points) on Saturday at 7:30 pm at Toyota Stadium.
A draw for FC Dallas at home against Real Salt Lake is certainly better than the mauling they got the game before.
FC Dallas missed out on the chance to recapture third place in the Western Conference standings, but managed to keep its closest challenger at bay, after a 1-1 draw with Real Salt Lake.
FC Dallas probably owes the sport of association football an apology, but style points are not a luxury to have for the team’s first win in eight games.
6th in the West FC Dallas (7-6-8, 29 points) is in Salt Lake to take on 3rd in the West Real (9-6-6, 33 points) at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah.
The Dallas Cup has announced the schedule for the April 10th, 2022, opening day at the Cotton Bowl.