MATCH RECAP: FC Dallas Falls to Sevilla FC 3-1 | 7.17.19

FC Dallas turns its focus to Sporting Kansas City in next MLS match on Saturday, July 20 at Children’s Mercy Park 

  • FC Dallas’ away match against Sporting Kansas City will kickoff at 7:30 PM CT and will be broadcasted on Texas 21, and Zona MX 99.1FM en español. 
  • FC Dallas will return to Toyota Stadium to play Real Salt Lake on July 27 at 7 PM CT. Match will be broadcasted on Texas 21, and Zona MX 99.1FM en español.
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Frisco, TX – FC Dallas midfielder Santiago Mosquera scored the lone goal for FC Dallas in the 3-1 loss against La Liga’s Sevilla FC in the 2019 FC Dallas Summer Classic, presented by Toyota, at Toyota Stadium. 

Game Summary

First Half:

  • 13’ – Lucas Ocampos cut inside off the wing and crossed to Luuk De Jong, but Bressan was able to deflect the shot which flew over the crossbar.
  • 22’ – The ball came to Luuk de Jong, who flicked it over his defender with a deft piece of skill and his volley flew into the back of the net.
  • 42’ Santiago Mosquera cut past his defender with a scissors feint and whipped a curler into the far corner.
  • 45’+3’ – A free kick was cleared to the edge of the box and a wide open Jesus Ferreira’s shot was charged down and blocked.

Second Half:

  • 52’ – Joan Jordan’s free kick from 25 yards was whipped over the wall with pace and into the back of the net.
  • 56’ Edwin Gyasi took on his man on the left wing and whipped in a cross which Francis Atuahene headed just over the crossbar.
  • 83’ – The ball came to Nolito in the box, whose deflected curling nestled in the back of the net.
  • 87’ – Alejandro Pozo was played through, but his shot from a tight angle was parried behind by Jimmy Maurer.
  • 89 – Nolito was left open in the box and Jimmy Maurer showed catlike reflexes to get across the goalmouth and make the save. 


FC Dallas Jesse Gonzalez (Jimmy Maurer – 46’); Reggie Cannon (Ema Twumasi – 46’) , Reto Ziegler (Callum Montgomery – 46’), Bressan (Alfusainey Jatta – 70’), Bryan Reynolds; Bryan Acosta (Jacori Hayes – 46’), Paxton Pomykal (Jesus Ferreira – 35’), Brandon Servania (Edwin Cerrillo – 46’); Santiago Mosquera (Edwin Gyasi – 46’), Dominique Badji (Cristian Colmán – 46’), Michael Barrios (Francis Atuahene – 46’).

Sevilla FC — Tomas Vaclik (Sergio Rico – 46’); Jesus Navas (Sebastién Corchia – 46’) Daniel Carriço (Simon Kjaer – 46’, Joris Gnagnon – 78’), Jules Koundé ( Diego Carlos – 46’) Sergio Escudero (Sergio Reguilon – 46’); Fernando (Joan Jordan – 46’),Ever Banega (Juanpe – 46’, Roque Mesa – 78’ ), Franco Vazquez (Alejandro Pozo – 46’), Munir Mohamed (Oliver Torres – 46’) Lucas Ocampos (Nolito – 46’); Luuk de Jong (Munas Dabbur – 46’).

Substitutes not used — Sergi Gomez, Wissam Ben Yedder, Aleix Vidal, Maximillian Wöber, Guilherme Arana, Pepe Mena, Jose Lara, Javi Diaz.

Scoring Summary:
SEV: Luuk De Jong – 22’
FCD: Santiago Mosquera – 42’
SEV: Joan Jordan – 52’
SEV: Nolito – 83’

Misconduct Summary:
SEV: Franco Vazquez (caution) — 38’
FCD: Edwin Cerrillo (caution) — 59’
SEV: Alejandro Pozo (caution) — 66’
SEV: Roque Mesa (caution) — 90+1’
FCD: Francis Atuahene (caution) — 90+3’

Weather: Partly cloudy, 96
Attendance: 12,248

Referee: Alex Chilowicz
Assistant Referees: Jeffery Greeson, Kaili Terry
4th Official: Travis Haight