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Mauro Diaz

Midfielder     FC Dallas  MLS

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

April 25, 2015    Mauro Diaz News

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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.

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April 17, 2015

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Diaz, who has missed the last three games due to fatigue, said he is 100 percent fit and could feature Saturday against Toronto, reports. “It was not an injury; it was more fatigue, and I decided to work with the coaches on strengthening instead of getting an injury," Díaz said. “It was just my entire lower body. It was fatigued from the preseason and the start of the season, and the decision was for me to strengthen everything so I do not pick up another injury.”

Dallas are 0-2-1 without Diaz, who many expected to be a major contributor this season. While they have plenty of attacking talent in Fabian Castillo, Blas Perez and Tesho Akindele, Diaz will surely be a huge boost when he does return.

March 31, 2014

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Diaz scored in the 84th minute to rescue a 2-1 victory over Portland on Saturday.

Both teams went down to ten men, which really opened thing up for Diaz to do what he does in the midfield for Dallas. It was a fantastic strike to win it for FCD.

March 10, 2014

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Diaz netted what would be the eventual winning goal for FCD in Saturday's 3-2 win over Montreal on Opening Day.

Diaz looked good for Dallas when he got a nice, short look a season ago. He went 88 minutes on Saturday and definitely appears to be a big part of Dallas' plans for 2014.