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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Mauro Diaz assisted on goals by Fabian Castillo and Maximiliano Urruti and FC Dallas topped the Philadelphia Union 2-0 in the MLS season opener for both sides on Sunday.

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Dallas dominated the match, generating 18 total shots, with 10 on target. Dallas keeper Jesse Gonzalez made two saves for his sixth career shutout in just his 12 career regular-season starts.

Castillo opened the scoring in the 22nd minute, taking a through ball by Diaz on the run and putting it under keeper Andre Blake, who came out to challenge.

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Urruti made it 2-0 in the 79th minute. Diaz corralled a loose ball after Philadelphia turned it over in its own end and fed Urruti at the 6-yard line, who flicked it past Blake with his left foot.

Castillo had another quality chance late, but his shot was just wide of frame.

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