- Four goals are the most Dallas has scored since FCD posted a 4-1 win over the Colorado Rapids on September 16, 2020.
- Homegrown Eddie Munjoma earned his first MLS start.
- Andrés Ricaurte and Bressan scored their first goals of the 2021 season.
- Jáder Obrian scored his first FC Dallas goal in the 14th minute.
- Phelipe Megiolaro earned his first FC Dallas assist after assisting Jáder Obrian in the 14th minute. Megiolaro’s assist is the first goalkeeper assist since Oct. 15, 2011 when Kevin Hartman assisted Marvin Chavez in a 2-0 win vs. Real Salt Lake.
- Homegrown Dante Sealy scored his first MLS goal in the 85th minute.
- FC Dallas played six Homegrown players for the first time since October 20, 2020 when six played against Nashville SC.
- FC Dallas hosts Houston Dynamo FC on May 8 at Toyota Stadium. The match will broadcast nationally on Univision, TUDN and Twitter at 2:30PM CT.
FRISCO, TX (May 1, 2021) – FC Dallas (1-1-1, 4 points) defeated the Portland Timbers (1-2-0, 3 points) 4-1 to earn its first win of the season Saturday night at Toyota Stadium.
- 2’ – Andrés Ricaurte opens the score for FC Dallas after he connects with a low cross from Ryan Hollingshead inside the box.
- 14’ – FC Dallas doubles the lead after Phelipe Megiolaro fires a long shot to Jáder Obrian near the midfield following a fast break and chips it over Portland’s Hunter Sulte.
45’+3’ – Bressan scores from close range after José Martínez’s shot following a corner is stopped by Sulte to give Dallas a 3-0 lead.
- 62’ – Portland Timbers’ Eryk Williamson pulled one back for the Timbers after playing a one-two with Diego Valeri.
- 65’ – Ricardo Pepi connected with a cross from Johnny Nelson but his header was saved by Sulte.
- 85’ – Dante Sealy scored his first MLS goal after Paxton Pomykal sent a long ball to Franco Jara who passed it to Sealy who calmly slotted it into the back of the net.
FC Dallas — Phelipe; Eddie Munjoma (Johnny Nelson – 60’), Bressan, José Martínez, Ryan Hollingshead; Bryan Acosta, Tanner Tessmann (Edwin Cerrillo – 67’), Andrés Ricaurte; Jáder Obrian (Dante Sealy – 83’), Ricardo Pepi (Franco Jara – 67’), Freddy Vargas (Paxton Pomykal – 59’).
Substitutes not used — Kyle Zobeck, Nkosi Tafari, Kalil ElMedkhar, Ema Twumasi.
Portland Timbers — Hunter Sulte; Claudio Bravo (Josecarlos Van Rankin – 46’), Dario Zuparic, Pablo Bonilla, Zachery McGraw; Andy Polo (Eryk Williamson – 46’), Yimmi Chara (Diego Valeri – 46’), Renzo Zambrano, Marvin Loria, Blake Bodily (Jeremy Ebobisse – 75’); Felipe Mora (Dairon Asprilla – 46’).
Substitutes not used — Jeff Attinella, Diego Chara, Bill Tuiloma, Larrys Mabiala.
DAL(1-0): Andrés Ricaurte (Ryan Hollingshead) – 2’
DAL(2-0): Jáder Obrian (Phelipe Megiolaro) – 14’
DAL(3-0): Bressan – 45’+3’
POR(3-1): Eryk Williamson (Diego Valeri) – 62’
DAL(4-1): Dante Sealy (Franco Jara) – 86'
DAL: Eddie Munjoma (caution) – 12’
POR: Blake Bodily (caution) – 69’
DAL: Ryan Hollingshead (caution) – 78’
DAL: Andrés Ricaurte (caution) – 82’
POR: Diego Valeri (caution) – 87’
Weather: Cloudy, 70
Attendance: 8,621 (limited capacity sellout)
Referee: Alan Kelly
Assistant Referees: Diego Blas, Andrew Bigelow
Fourth official: JC Griggs
VAR: Armando Villarreal