FC Dallas takes win over CITY SC after finishing match postponed from May
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) - FC Dallas took a 2-0 win over CITY SC in a match that had been postponed on May 6. Both goals happened in the 40 minutes of gameplay on June 7.
CITY SC faced off against FC Dallas at Toyota Stadium on May 6. The match started at 7:30 p.m., but was postponed during the second half due to lightning in the area.
The teams will resume the match at minute 50 on June 7 at 7:30 p.m. Per league policy, the match will resume with the same players on the field and substitutes available as when it was initially postponed.
June 7 Game Blog:
CITY SC and FC Dallas are set to restart their May 6 match at 7:30 p.m. The match restarted at minute 50, just five into the second half. The teams are tied 0-0 going into the start of the match.
Dallas took the lead with a goal off of a run that started with a pass that missed its mark from Giocchini in minute 79.
Dallas doubled their lead in the 88th minute.
May 6 Gameday:
CITY SC and FC Dallas both went into halftime scoreless.
Five minutes into the second half, the match went into a weather delay because of lightning in the area.
The weather delay turned into a postponement after lightning continued in the area.
CITY is looking to bounce back after losing to the Portland Timbers last week 2-1 at home in CITYPARK. CITY is currently second in the Western Conference with 19 points, just one point shy of Seattle in first place. The team is also still down its designated player, forward João Klauss.
Miguel Perez, the team’s home-grown 18-year-old player, is making the starting 11 tonight after starting in last week’s match. Célio Pompeu will be getting his first career MLS start.
For more information on St. Louis CITY SC, check out our guide to the 2023 season.
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