FC Dallas wins the 2019 Texas Derby for second consecutive season
- Jesse Gonzalez recorded his 250th save in MLS play for FC Dallas.
- Zdenek Ondrasek’s goal was the 1,000th goal scored of the 2019 MLS regular season.
- FC Dallas’ five goals against Houston is the most ever the club has scored against its rival.
- FC Dallas has scored five goals in back-to-back home games.
- FC Dallas hosts FC Cincinnati on Saturday, August 31 at 7PM CT. The match will be broadcasted on Texas 21, FCDTV Network, FCDallas.com/Radio and 1270AM en Español.
Frisco, TX – FC Dallas blasts through Houston in the second leg of the Texas Derby and takes El Capitán for the second consecutive season thanks to a brace by Ondrasek and goals from Reto Ziegler, Jesús Ferreira, and Michael Barrios Saturday night at Toyota Stadium.
- 1’ – Jesse Gonzalez opened the game with a save off Tommy McNamara, which was the 250th save of his career.
- 20’ – Gonzalez got down well to keep out a low drive from Alberth Elis.
- 24’ – Reto Ziegler stepped forward and buried his penalty in the side-netting past the despairing dive of Joe Willis after a curling ball by Bryan Acosta beat the Houston defense and Dominique Badji was dragged down for a penalty.
- 28’ – A flick from Zdenek Ondrasek played in Jesús Ferreira, who slalomed between the center backs and slotted the ball in the corner.
- 56’ – Ryan Hollingshead got free down the left, and Zdenek Ondrasek met his whipped cross with an outstretched boot to give FC Dallas a 3-0 lead.
- 73’ – Paxton Pomkyal got free on the wing and he played a ball across the six-yard box that Ondrasek was unable to turn goalbound.
- 80’ – Houston took a quick throw in, and the ball made its way to Mauro Manotas, who squarred it to Memo Rodríguez to tap into an empty net.
- 87’ – Pomkyal corralled a pass out to the wing, ducked two defenders, and sliced open the Houston defense with a cross to a wide open Ferreira who doubled his tally, but the goal was called back by VAR for offside.
- 90’ + 6’ – Michael Barrios evaded two challenges, and after a miscue from Houston at the back he was left with the simplest of tap-ins.
FC Dallas — Jesse González; Reggie Cannon, Matt Hedges, Reto Ziegler, Ryan Hollingshead; Brandon Servania, Bryan Acosta, Jesús Ferreira (Bressan – 89’); Michael Barrios, Zdenek Ondrasek (Ricardo Pepi – 83’), Dominique Badji (Paxton Pomkyal – 69’).
Houston Dynamo — Joe Willis; José Bizama, Kiki Struna, Maynor Figueroa, DeMarcus Beasley; Matías Vera (Darwin Cerén – 80’), Boniek Garcia, Tomás Martínez (Christian Ramirez – 54’); Alberth Elis, Tommy McNamara (Memo Rodríguez – 65’), Mauro Manotas.
Substitutes not used — Michael Nelson, Kevin Garcia, Adam Lundkvist, Nikolaj Hansan.
FCD: Reto Ziegler (PK) – 24’
FCD: Jesús Ferreira (Zdenek Ondrasek) – 29’
FCD: Zdenek Ondrasek (Ryan Hollingshead, Michael Barrios) – 56’
FCD: Zdenek Ondrasek (Dominique Badji) – 63’
HOU: Memo Rodriguez (Mauro Manotas, Alberth Elis) – 80’
FCD: Michael Barrios – 90’+6’
HOU: Alberth Elis (caution) –14 ’
HOU: José Bizama (caution) –23’
FCD: Dominique Badji (caution) – 28 ’
FCD: Jesús Ferreira (caution) – 28 ’
Weather: Mostly Sunny, 92
Referee: Armando Villarreal
Assistant Referees: Ian Anderson, Eduardo Mariscal
4th Official: Rubiel Vazquez
VAR: Ricardo Salazar