FC Dallas and forward Christian Colmán, left, play their 2017 MLS home opener Saturday at 7 p.m. on KTXA/21 against the New England Revolution. FC Dallas is 1-0-1 while New England is 0-1.
FC Dallas and forward Christian Colmán, left, play their 2017 MLS home opener Saturday at 7 p.m. on KTXA/21 against the New England Revolution. FC Dallas is 1-0-1 while New England is 0-1. Jeffrey McWhorter AP
FC Dallas and forward Christian Colmán, left, play their 2017 MLS home opener Saturday at 7 p.m. on KTXA/21 against the New England Revolution. FC Dallas is 1-0-1 while New England is 0-1. Jeffrey McWhorter AP

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