With it being opening day, all 20 MLS clubs took to the field for regular season action. At 2 P.M. (CST) in North Texas, FC Dallas took on the Philidelphia Union in a home opener for the Frisco side.

Both clubs made improvements to their sides over the offseason, but it was FC Dallas who made the biggest moves as four of their new recruits made appearances for the club (3 starters, one of the bench).

In the end, FC Dallas showed a dominant display as they defeated the Philidelphia Union 2-0. An amazing performace by the young Dallas side proved to much for the scrambled Union.

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A first half goal by Designated Player Fabian Castillo had Dallas out on front early. After the goal it was clear Dallas had most of the possession as Philidelphia closed in and remained back, hoping to counter.

The second half started off boring but soon picked up momentum as new-man Urriti capitalized on his chance and scored his first goal for his new club.

With FC Dallas gaining a win in their first match of the season against the Union, here are 5 things we learned from the North Texas match.