Sidekicks enjoy sweet revenge
Behind a stellar effort in goal from Sagu, the Dallas Sidekicks avenged their only loss of the season with a convincing 6-2 thumping of the Chicago Mustangs in front of 4,015 delighted fans Saturday at the Allen Event Center.
The Sidekicks (9-1) strengthened their hold on their PASL Central Division lead over Chicago (9-3) following their 8-7 overtime defeat to the Mustangs last week in Chicago.
Sidekicks Coach Tatu said the win was much more important than just the revenge factor.
"They are a difficult team to play against," he said. "They work hard and they are physical, so I thought we did well.
"This was big tonight," Tatu said, noting the upcoming schedule featuring two games against undefeated San Diego, along with a date at Southwestern Division leader Las Vegas. "We have to make sure we continue to win games if we want to get in the playoffs and have home field [advantage]."