VIDEO: VAR rules out MLS goal for the first time

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FC Dallas became a part of history, becoming the first MLS club to have a goal ruled out by video review

FC Dallas has become part of the Major League Soccer history books, becoming the first side to have a goal ruled out by video review. 

The Hoops were down 3-0 to the Philadelphia Union when Maxi Urruti followed up a Cristian Colman effort and knocked home the rebound, seemingly pulling one back for the away side. 

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However, Colman's effort included a kick out at Union goalkeeper John McCarthy, and referee Ricardo Salazar was alerted to the possibility of a foul. 


After reviewing the footage, Salazar ruled that there was indeed a kick on McCarthy, and that the goal would be disallowed. 

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The Union went on to claim a 3-1 win over Dallas, Michael Barrios scoring the only goal of the night for the visiting side in stoppage time. 

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