FC Dallas steamrolls AZ Sahuaros

March, 6, 2011
3/06/11
12:13
PM CT
FC Dallas ran roughshod over AZ Sahuaros 7-0 at the Reach 11 Sports Complex in Phoenix, Arizona Saturday night. Milton Rodriguez had two goals for the Red Stripes with David Ferreira adding a goal and two assists.

Aside form the injury debacle at center back, which Brek Shea pairing with Scott Gordon, most of the starting eleven took the field to start the match. It's perhaps not shocking that FCD was up 6-0 at halftime then. Eric Avila got the nod at left mid with Shea in the back line. Eric Alexander continues to hold down the linking midfield role.

It can't be good for Maykel Galindo or Kevin Gal that they failed to score in the 2nd half against this level of competition before being pulled for home grown players. Ruben Luna netted in the 90th plus minute for the 7th FCD goal.

Scoring Summary:
Milton Rodriguez (Jair Benitez) 26
Eric Avila (Eric Alexander) 30
Rodriguez (Jackson) 35
Jackson (David Ferreira) 36
Ferreira (Alexander) 38
Marvin Chavez (Ferreira) 41
Ruben Luna 90+

Misconduct Summary:
None

Lineups:
FC Dallas - Kevin Hartman (Chris Seitz 46), Jair Benitez (Moises Hernandez 46), Brek Shea (George John 46), Scott Gordon (Victor Ulloa 74), Jackson (Charlie Campbell 46), Eric Avila (Andrew Wiedeman 46), Deniel Hernandez (Bruno Guarda 46, Bryan Leyva 74), Eric Alexander (Bobby Warshaw 46), Marvin Chavez (Christian Arrieta 46, Peri Marosevic 61), David Ferreira (Kevin Gall 46, Ruben Luna 77), Milton Rodriguez (Maykel Galindo 46, Jonathan Top 77).

Arizona Sahuros - Franco Carotounto, Jesse Baker, Mike Duhaney, Nick Sykes, Brian Green, Erving Garcia, Mitch Garcia, Chris Green, Skelly Keller, Billy Forbes, Kyle Cilento.

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