MLS Regular Season
Houston Dynamo head coach Owen Coyle focuses on positives despite lack of chances vs. Colorado Rapids
The Houston Dynamo are a work in progress. Saturday night was another reminder that there’s still a ways for the team to go when it comes to the attack.
Against a Colorado Rapids team that hasn’t scored since late last season, Houston was looking to jumpstart their own attack. Despite the absence of key players due to national team duty, the Dynamo were looking for their remaining attacking options to push the game.
It was a stalemate at BBVA Compass Stadium on Saturday night as the Houston Dynamo and Colorado Rapids struggled to generate chances in a 0-0 draw.
Quality scoring opportunities were few and far between as Colorado looked to play on the counter on the road. Houston moved the ball better than their opponents, but clear chances were muddied by a crowd of active Rapids defenders.
Time and space are the two most valuable commodities on a soccer field and finding them in dangerous areas while denying them to opponents is often the key to success.
Houston Dynamo vs. Colorado Rapids
Saturday, March 28, 7:30 p.m. CT
BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston, Texas
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