MLS Regular Season
When a frantic play is developing, sometimes it’s easiest just to keep things simple. As the Houston Dynamo’s Will Bruin saw the pile up that led to the winning goal Sunday night against D.C. United, that’s what he did.
On a night when the Houston Dynamo were dominant against D.C. United, the game ultimately came down to being in the right place at the right time.
And it was D.C. United tormentor Will Bruin who made no mistake on a gifted goal in second-half stoppage time to give the Dynamo a 1-0 win Sunday at BBVA Compass Stadium to end their eight-game winless streak.
Set to make their Houston Dynamo debut, Luis Garrido, DaMarcus Beasley expected to transform defense
At 5-foot-7, Luis Garrido would not be expected to be a menacing figure. After a week of training with the Houston Dynamo, however, he is proof that packaging means little.
Jermaine Taylor is a veteran international who has seen and done plenty in his career, but he sounded as excited as a rookie at the prospect of playing alongside DaMarcus Beasley when the Dynamo host D.C. United at BBVA Compass Stadium on Sunday (7 p.m. CT; TICKETS).
If DaMarcus Beasley gets the call on Sunday, he’s ready to answer.
DaMarcus Beasley is not ready to close the door on his international career. The ironman left back is fresh off his fourth World Cup, the only American to pull off the feat, and embarking on a new chapter in his career with the Houston Dynamo.
With new players come new energy, or so the Houston Dynamo hope.
Kofi Sarkodie chats about the energy new signings Luis Garrido and DaMarcus Beasley have brought to the club.