WATCH: Cristian Colman scores on FC Dallas debut

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The designated player didn't take long to demonstrate the value he can bring to FCD.

It didn't take long for Cristian Colman to make an impact for FC Dallas.

Just 30 minutes into his FCD debut, the Paraguayan designated player scored to give his side a 1-0 lead over Arabe Unido in the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal first leg.

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Kellyn Acosta won a header that sent Colman through, and the 22-year-old applied the finish with a first-time volley into the corner. 

FCD will hope that goal is just the start of things to come for Colman, who joined from Paraguayan side Nacional for a reported $2 million fee in the offseason. 

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Not to be outdone, Acosta scored a fantastic goal of his own in the second half to double his team's advantage. 

FCD would go on to win the match 4-0 to take a commanding lead in the two-leg playoff. 

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