MLS Game Summary - Dallas at Seattle|
(Sunday, July 11, 2010)
From The Sports Network
Final Score: Dallas 1, Seattle 1
Seattle, WA (Sports Network) - FC Dallas got a late goal from Colombian
midfielder David Ferreira to earn a 1-1 draw vs. the Seattle Sounders FC in
Major League Soccer action in front of over 36,000 fans at Qwest Field on
With the goal, Ferreira has now either scored or assisted on every goal the
Hoops have scored over the past five games, none of which were losses.
Seattle (4-8-4) actually went up early in the game when striker Fredy Montero
scored his sixth goal of the season. The play was made by James Riley, who
collected the ball on the right side and played a perfect service into the
Dallas penalty area to the Colombia striker, who headed home for the 1-0 lead
in the 14th minute.
That was how the scored stayed through the break, with the Sounders looking
like they had complete control of the game until midfielder Miguel Montano
earned a straight red card after an altercation with Dallas attacker Brek Shea
in the 56th minute.
FCD (5-2-7) took advantage of the extra man, gaining more possession of the
ball before finally breaking through three minutes from time.
Ferreira scored his fourth goal of the season after working a give-and-go with
Heath Pearce at the top of the Seattle penalty area. After Pearce played back
to Ferreira, the Colombian volleyed a left-footed laser from the left side
that beat goalkeeper Kasey Keller, just inside the far post.
Dallas will aim to extend its five-game unbeaten run vs. Real Salt Lake on
Saturday, while the Sounders are at D.C. United on Thursday in their next MLS
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