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Mauro Diaz

Midfielder     FC Dallas  MLS


Argentina

Birthdate:  January 1, 2000    Birthplace:  Concepción del Uruguay, Argentina    Nationality:  Argentina    

July 26, 2015    Mauro Diaz News

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Diaz only needed 88 minutes and one shot attempt to score a goal during Saturday's 4-1 win over the Timbers.

Diaz now has five goals on the season after a total of 35 shot attempts, 11 of which have been on goal. Additionally, he continues to take corner kicks for Dallas which always gives him the potential for an assist in virtually every game he plays.

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July 20, 2015

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Diaz took a team-high six shots, with two on goal, and added five crosses and four fouls defensed during FC Dallas' 2-1 win over D.C. United on Saturday.

Diaz came into the game with two goals and two assists in the prior three games, and while he was still very active against United, he was unable to break through on a number of good chances. He'll look to get back on the score sheet Saturday against Portland.

July 5, 2015

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Diaz scored his third goal and picked up his sixth assist of the season during Saturday's 3-0 win over New England.

At times he can often take a backseat to Fabian Castillo and Blas Perez, but Diaz still produces enough to be considered a viable option across all formats on a consistent basis.

June 14, 2015

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Diaz took two shots and drew two fouls during FC Dallas' 3-0 loss at Seattle on Saturday.

Diaz has been very quiet of late, failing to score a goal or assist on one in five consecutive matches. Dallas as a whole have been brutal over that span, scoring just once as a team. Diaz is vital to their attack and will need to bounce back with the help of Fabian Castillo and Blas Perez if they're to get out of this funk.

May 29, 2015

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Diaz did not practice Thursday, though head coach Oscar Pareja said Diaz was only being rested and he will play Friday against Sporting Kansas City, the Dallas Morning News reports.

Diaz has been instrumental for FC Dallas this season and has become an elite fantasy option in his own right. The team could be without Fabian Castillo, who is dealing with a knock, which could put even more pressure on Diaz to spark the attack.

May 9, 2015

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Diaz continued his stellar play of late in Saturday's 2-1 victory over the Galaxy, setting up both of the team's goals to earn his third consecutive man of the match honor.

The Argentine has been exceptional over his last three games for FC Dallas, with two goals and three assists over that span. Diaz is proving his qualities as one of the better playmakers in MLS and will look to continue his fine run of form versus the New York Red Bulls next week.

May 1, 2015

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Diaz put forth his second straight man of the match performance on Friday with two shots, a goal and an assist in FC Dallas' 4-1 victory over the Dynamo.

After missing nearly a month due to a leg injury, Diaz has accounted for two goals and an assist in his two games since, and has been vital to the FC Dallas attack. As long as the young Argentine can stay on the field, he should continue to play a large role.

April 25, 2015

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Diaz took two shots and scored in the 31st minute of FC Dallas' 1-1 draw with the Rapids on Friday.

Fabian Castillo set up the goal after slicing through the Rapids' defense, leaving Diaz with a relatively open goal to shoot at. The goal was his first of the season, and came after he missed four games while fatigue. He lasted just 64 minutes, but his playing time will likely continue to build up.