Dominic Kinnear and DaMarcus Beasley take a look at the keys to the game this weekend as the Dynamo travel to face the Philadelphia Union
Eddie and Sebastian chat about the draw with Columbus and the importance of set pieces in the upcoming match against Philadelphia, plus what the rest of the Eastern Conference looks like heading towards the playoffs.
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Hear from Ricardo Clark, Giles Barnes & Brian Ching on Dynamo All-Access tonight on 1560 AM from 7-9 pm
A new episode of Dynamo All-Access, presented by Houston Community College, will air tonight on Yahoo! Sports Radio 1560 AM from 7-9 p.m. Matt Pedersen will fill in for Glenn Davis to talk Dynamo, MLS and more.
Listen in as Dynamo forward Giles Barnes and midfielder Ricardo Clark join the show, along with Dynamo legend Brian Ching. Plus, hear from veteran soccer writer Ives Galarcep (Soccer By Ives, Goal.com) and Philadelphia Union beat writer Dave Zeitlin (CSN Philadelphia, MLSSoccer.com). Call in and give your thoughts on the Houston's 2-2 draw with Columbus and Saturday's important road game at Philadelphia.
The call-in number for the show is 713-439-1560.
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Relive the best moments from Saturday night's 2-2 draw against the Columbus Crew.
Saturday night's international friendly between the United States and Mexico was a bit of a Dash affair, as Meghan Klingenberg and Whitney Engen represented the Stars and Stripes against Dash teammates Arianna Romero and Teresa Noyola of Mexico at Rio Tinto Stadium. Klingenberg and Romero played the full 90 minutes on opposite sides of the ball, while Engen came on as a halftime sub for the U.S. Noyola did not feature for Mexico.
It was a one-sided affair for the Americans, finishing 8-0, but goal No. 6 of the night came off the head of Engen for her second international goal (3:06 in the video above). Off a Megan Rapinoe corner in the 58th minute, Christen Press rose above the defense to head the ball back across the face off goal. Engen out-jumped two defenders at the post to nod home the shot.
The USA and Mexico meet again on Thursday, Sept. 18, at Sahlen’s Stadium in Rochester, New York (6 p.m. CT, ESPN2 and Watch ESPN).