Found August 18, 2012 on
You’re hearing this correctly. For the first time in 2012 FCD can claim a win streak: two Western Conference foes faced, two downed. Wednesday’s victory in the Great White North against Vancouver was ideal. A Dallas side that was Brek Shea-less (and de Guzman-less for that matter) took it to the once high-flying Whitecaps. It was also a shutout, the first on the road for Dallas this year, and should do nothing but induce confidence amongst the squad as they head into Salt Lake.
For those that quashed Dallas’ playoff hopes weeks ago: you’re almost justified. FCD are one two-game collapse away from ruining minute playoff prospects some still cling to dearly. Out of the next eight matches, six of them will be played against teams currently ranked higher than Dallas. Despite the team’s inability to close out matches during the first half of the 2012 season the team is still actually “in it.”
A Vanquished Vancouver
The win in Vancouver was nothing short of FCD’s best performan...
BEST OF MAXIM
SANDY, Utah (AP) -- Fabian Castillo scored twice in the second half, including the winner in stoppage time, to lift FC Dallas to a 2-1 victory over Real Salt Lake on Saturday night.
Dallas (8-11-8) stretched its unbeaten streak to four games and snapped a six game losing streak in Utah dating back to 2007.
Alvaro Saborio scored the tying goal in the 76th minute for Real Salt Lake...
Whitecaps 0-2 FC Dallas
Budweiser Man of the Match: Young-Pyo Lee
Referee: Matthew Foerster
60′ – DAL – Fabian Castillo (David Ferreira, Zach Loyd)
70′ – DAL – Jonathan Top (David Ferreira, Jair Benitez)
The Vancouver Whitecaps offense struggled mightily without striker Darren Mattocks and winger Dane Richards, who were both...
The Vancouver Whitecaps put in a poor performance and dropped a 2-0 decision to FC Dallas in front of 19,000 plus fans in BC Place. After a scoreless first half the visitors scored twice with Fabian Castillo scoring first followed up by Jonathon Top which were both assisted by David Ferreira.
The Whitecaps started the first five minutes of the match on the front foot keeping...