Michael Bradley tied Justin Morrow for second-most games for the club, at 254. Osorio is the all time leader, with 292 appearances.
TFC picked up just their third ever point in Dallas. They have lost eight times and never won in 11 games visiting Texas.
The Reds controlled the game in terms of possession, at 56.5 percent. However FC Dallas had the better of the attempts, leading 13-8 in shots at goal.
Toronto FC’s overall opening day record is now five wins, three draws and eight losses. All but one of the 16 games has been on the road, with the exception of a 2-0 home loss in 2018.
TFC’s next game will be their home opener, versus the New York Red Bulls. The game will take place on March 5, kicking off at 2:00 pm ET.
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Bradley was an objective mix of positive and critical when discussing the game with the media. As per John Molinaro of TFC Republic, he said:
"“I think football wise, there are moments in that game where I still expect that we can be sharper and better. Some of the moments in transition [by Dallas] came from some our carelessness. “[However], I liked the fact that the group as a whole is showing a commitment to be a real team. I felt good about the response after going down. The feeling after the game is that it’s not our best, but it shows that we’re going in a good direction. That part I’m satisfied [with].”"
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