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Royal Roundup: FC Dallas’ Ricardo Pepi sets MLS record

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SOCCER: MAY 08 MLS - Houston Dynamo FC at FC Dallas Photo by George Walker/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

A new MLS record was set on Saturday when 18-year old Ricardo Pepi became the youngest player to score a hat trick vs FC Dallas. He dedicated it to his grandfather who died last year, and whom he was named after. Dallas trounced LA Galaxy 4-0.



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