FRISCO – FC Dallas beats FC Bayern Munich II, 4-0, and loses 3-1 to San Antonio FC in a preseason doubleheader Saturday afternoon at Toyota Stadium.
FC Dallas vs. FC Bayern Munich II
- 3’– Dom Badji opens the scoring for FC Dallas with a powerful header from a looping Carlos Gruezo cross.
- 15’– Jacori Hayes doubles FC Dallas’ advantage with a calm side-footed finish after playing a one-two with Dom Badji in the center of the box.
- 21’– Reto Ziegler hammers home Dallas’ third from the penalty spot after Nicolas Feldhahn fouled Michael Barrios in the box near the end-line.
- 41’– Santiago Mosquera taps in Dallas’s fourth goal after Michael Barrios’ close-range shot rebounded off Michael Netolitzky in goal.
- 70’ – FC Dallas makes eleven changes, substituting in a secondary team.
FC Dallas — Jesse Gonzalez (Jimmy Maurer); Ryan Hollingshead (Marquinhos Pedroso), Matt Hedges (Bressan), Reto Ziegler (Callum Montgomery (Mohamed Sesay), Reggie Cannon (John Nelson); Carlos Gruezo (Brandon Servania), Jacori Hayes (Edwin Cerrillo); Santiago Mosquera (Ema Twumasi), Paxton Pomykal (Pablo Aránguiz), Michael Barrios (Jesus Ferreira); Dominique Badji (Zdenek Ondrasek).
FC Bayern Munich — Michael Netolitzky; Mert Yilmaz (Yannick Rochelt), Nicolas Feldham, Wooyeong Jeong (Marcel Zylla), Kwasi-Okyere Wriedt, Kilian Senkbeil, Meritan Shabani, Maxime Awoudja, Alexander Nollenbeger (Maximilian Franzke), Derrick Kohn, Daniel Jelisic
Substitutes not used— Maurice Konig, Angelo Meyer, Resul Turkkalesi, Marin Pudic.
FCD: Dom Badji –3’
FCD: Jacori Hayes –15’
FCD: Reto Ziegler –21’
FCD: Santiago Mosquera –41’
Referee: Rubiel Vazquez
Assistant Referee: Jeremy Kieso, Jason White
4th Official: Marcos DeOliveira
FC Dallas vs. San Antonio FC
- 7’– Billy Forbes scores the first goal of the game with a flicked header to the back-post from a Rafa Castillo free-kick.
- 15’– Pablo Aránguiz misses his penalty kick after he was tripped in the box by Kai Greene.
- 37’– Rafa Castillo is cautioned for a late tackle on Pablo Aránguiz.
- 41’– Amer Didic doubles San Antonio’s advantage with a curling shot to the far-post after picking up a loose ball in the box following a free kick.
- 52’– Zdenek Ondrasek halves the deficit for FC Dallas after his shot deflects off a defender’s leg and squeezes in at the near-post.
- 63’– FC Dallas makes changes to the Starting XI, substituting in a third team.
- 82’ – A San Antonio FC trialist received the ball in space on the right wing and drove into the box before powering a shot past Kyle Zobeck at his near post to put SAFC up 3-1.
FC Dallas — Jimmy Maurer (Kyle Zobeck); Moises Hernandez, Marquinhos Pedroso (Bryan Reynolds), Bressan (Hector Montalvo), Mohamed Sesay (John Nelson (Brecc Evans)); Brandon Servania (Arturo Rodriguez), Edwin Cerrillo (Oscar Romero); Ema Twumasi (Thomas Roberts), Pablo Aránguiz (Lucio Martinez), Jesus Ferreira (Mohamed Sesay); Zdenek Ondrasek (Ricardo Pepi).
San Antonio FC — Matthew Cardone; Joshua Yaro, Amer Didic, Pecka, Walter Restrepo, Jack Barmby, Ebenezer Ackon, Rafa Castillo, Kai Greene, Billy Forbes, Ever Guzman.
Substitutes not used— Jonathan Viscosi, Pascal Eboussi, Johnny Fenwick, Lance Laing, Jahir Barraza, Michael Lahoud, Leeroy Maguraushe, Ethan Bryant, Cristian Parano, Alex Bruce.
SAFC: Billy Forbes –7’
SAFC: Amer Didic–41’
FCD: Ondrasek –52’
Referee: Marcos De Oliveira
Assistant Referee: Jennifer Garner, Adam Garner
4th Official: Rubiel Vazquez
Weather: Overcast, 36