FC Dallas travels to Dick’s Sporting Goods Park to face the Colorado Rapids on Saturday, May 29 at 8PM CT 

  • Franco Jara and Ryan Hollingshead score their first goal of the season.
  • FC Dallas extends its home unbeaten streak to 13 matches. FC Dallas has a 7-0-6 unbeaten record dating back to August 16, 2020.

Frisco, TX (May 22, 2021) – FC Dallas (1-2-3, 6 points) draw 2-2 with Real Salt Lake (2-1-2, 8 points) with goals from Franco Jara and Ryan Hollingshead in the 43rd and 84th minute Saturday evening at Toyota Stadium.

Game Summary
First Half:
20’ – Rubio Rubín’s left-footed shot from the left side of the box beats Jimmy Maurer to give Real Salt Lake the 1-0 lead.
29’ – Andrés Ricaurte’s corner kick was met by José Antonio Martínez, and his headed attempt was punched out by David Ochoa.
30’ – Freddy Vargas recovered the ball on the left hand side of the field which he transitioned into the box and his right-footed shot was punched away.
39’ – Bryan Acosta’s left-footed shot inside of the box was pushed over the crossbar by Ochoa for a corner kick.
43’ – Franco Jara scored his first goal of the season after sending Ochoa the wrong way from the penalty spot to level the match at 1-1.

Second Half
54’ – Jara connected with Vargas outside the edge of the box, and his shot was punched away by Ochoa. 

75’ – Paxton Pomykal’s right-footed shot inside of the box was deflected by a defender out for a corner kick. 

84’ – Ryan Hollingshead dribbled his way past two defenders into the box and his right-footed shot ended in the top right corner to give FC Dallas the 2-1 lead. 

86’ – Aaron Herrera’s cross connected with Damir Kreilach inside the box and his header ended in the back of the net to level the match at 2-2.

FC Dallas — Jimmy Maurer; Matt Hedges, José Antonio Martínez (Bressan – 64’), Ryan Hollingshead, Edwin Munjoma; Tanner Tessmann;  Andrés Ricaurte, Bryan Acosta, Jáder Obrian (Szabolcs Schon – 87’), Freddy Vargas (Paxton Pomykal – 72’), Franco Jara.

Substitutes not used — Colin Shutler, John Nelson, Edwin Cerrillo, Ema Twumasi, Dante Sealy, Ricardo Pepi.

Real Salt Lake — David Ochoa; Marcelo Silva, Andrew Brody, Aaron Herrera, Justen Glad; Damir Kreilach, Albert Rusnák, Nick Besler, Pablo Ruiz, Anderson Julio (Justin Meram – 79’), Rubio Rubín (Douglas Martínez – 81’).

Substitutes not used — Donny Toia, Andrew Putna, Erik Holt, Maikel Chang, Ashtone Morgan, Justin Portillo, Noah Powder.

Scoring Summary:
RSL (0-1): Rubio Rubin (Nick Besler) – 20’  
FCD (1-1): Franco Jara (penalty) – 43’
FCD (2-1): Ryan Hollingshead (Paxton Pomykal) – 83’
RSL (2-2): Damir Kreilach (Aaron Herrera) – 86’ 

Misconduct Summary:
DAL: Andrés Ricaurte (caution) – 24’
DAL: Bressan (caution) – 69’
RSL: Justen Glad (caution) – 89’
RSL: Aaron Herrera (caution) – 90’+2’
RSL: Albert Rusnák (caution) – 90’+4’

Weather: Rain, 75

Referee: Joseph Dickerson
Assistant Referees: TJ Zablocki, Ryan Graves
Fourth official: Matthew Thompson
VAR: Daniel Radford