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Topic - Je-Vaughn Watson
"It was a bad night for us, we didn't do what we were supposed to do and didn't capitalize on our chances in the first half," Dallas midfielder Je-Vaughn Watson said.
"We have a good team," Watson said. "The guys are running really hard. To get three goals so fast was like a reward because we had them on the back foot from the get-go of the game. I think the guys came out in the second half and decided we were going to go for the kill."