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Dallas wins U.S. Open Cup
October 30th, 1997 12AM

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Oct. 29 in Indianapolis D.C. United 0 Dallas 0 (Dallas wins 5-3 on penalties). D.C. United -- Garlick (Presthus, 119), Vaudreuil, Peay, Gori, Llamosa, Williams, Maessner (Iroha, 46), Etcheverry, Sanneh (Kamler, 75), Diaz Arce, Moreno. Dallas -- Dodd, Soehn, Webber, Pollard, Farrer (Rodriguez, 68), Santel (Kreis, 100), Eck, Peinado, Sutter, Elliott (Alvarez, 73), Washington. Penalty shootout: Dallas -- Alvarez (goal), Kreis (goal), Sutter (goal), Peinado (goal), Rodriguez (goal); D.C. United -- Etcheverry (goal), Diaz Arce (high), Moreno (goal), Iroha (goal). Yellow cards: D.C. United -- Moreno 70, Etcheverry 95; Dallas -- Santel 12, Alvarez 105. Referee: Rich Grady. Att.: 9,776.


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