FC Dallas returns to Toyota Stadium to face Sevilla FC in FC Dallas Summer Classic presented by Toyota on July 17
- Edwin Gyasi made his FC Dallas debut in the 75th minute after subbing in for Dominique Badji.
- Reggie Cannon plays his 50th game for FC Dallas
- FC Dallas hosts La Liga’s Sevilla FC in the 2019 FC Dallas Summer Classic presented by Toyota on Wednesday, July 17 at Toyota Stadium at 7 PM.
- FC Dallas faces Sporting Kansas City at Children’s Mercy Park in next MLS match on Saturday, July 20.
Minneapolis, MN – FC Dallas battles to the end but was unable to find an equalizer in the 1-0 defeat against Minnesota United FC at Allianz Field Saturday night.
- 3’ – Dominique Badji dodged his defender and weaved his way into the box but wasn’t able to send a firing shot past Vito Mannone who made an easy save.
- 6’ – Reggie Cannon denied Darwin Quintero inside the box after FC Dallas was unable to clear a cross.
- 20’ – Michael Barrios received a great through ball from Brandon Servania but Mannone managed to tip the ball over the bar.
- 40’ – A brilliant piece of skill by Barrios allowed him to get to the byline before his cross was cut out by Ike Opara.
- 44’ – Ryan Hollingshead fired a shot from outside the box but missed to the left following a corner.
- 65’ – Bryan Acosta fires a hard-driven shot well outside the box but Mannone is alert and pushes it out.
- 69’ – Brandon Servania found space outside the box and sent a curling shot towards the goal, but his swerving volley was parried by Mannone.
- 90’+1’ – Jan Gregus found space outside the box and his shot was parried by Jesse Gonzalez right to Mason Toye who slotted home Minnesota’s game-winner.
- 90’+7’ – After a VAR review, FC Dallas was awarded a penalty, but Reto Ziegler’s shot was pushed wide by Mannone in the final minute of the match.
FC Dallas — Jesse Gonzalez; Ryan Hollingshead, Reto Ziegler, Matt Hedges, Reggie Cannon; Bryan Acosta, Brandon Servania (Bryan Reynolds – 90’+2’); Paxton Pomykal; Santiago Mosquera (Jesus Ferriera – 67’), Dominique Badji (Edwin Gyasi – 75’), Michael Barrios.
Minnesota United FC — Vito Mannone; Hassani Dotson, Ike Opara, Michael Boxall, Chase Gaspar; Ethan Finlay, Jan Gregus, Kevin Molino (Miguel Ibarra – 66’), Osvaldo Alonso (Lawrence Olum – 72’), Darwin Quintero; Angelo Rodriguez (Mason Toye – 67’).
Substitutes not used — Bobby Shuttleworth, Brent Kallman, Eric Miller, Rasmus Schuller.
MIN: Mason Toye – 90’+1’
FCD: Brandon Servania (caution) – 35’
FCD: Bryan Acosta (caution) – 45’+2’
MIN: Chase Gasper (caution) – 59’
MIN: Mason Toye (caution) – 80’
FCD: Jesse Gonzalez (caution) – 90’+5’
Weather: Sunny, 86
Attendance: 19,906 (sellout)
Referee: Baldomero Toledo
Assistant Referees: Jeremy Kieso, Gjovalin Bori
4th Official: Christopher Penso
VAR Official: Alejandro Mariscal