MLS Regular Season
It was death by counterattack for the Houston Dynamo on Saturday night, as a 66th-minute lapse led to a Sanna Nyassi goal and the Montreal Impact’s share of the spoils in a 1-1 draw at BBVA Compass Stadium.
Marco Di Vaio, who took over the playmaking duties in the absence of the injured Felipe, played a sublime turn and through ball to Nyassi, who was persistent cleaning up his own rebound to stun the home crowd and erase an early Houston lead off the foot of Dynamo forward Will Bruin.
|Houston Dynamo||Montreal Impact|
|19||Attempts on Goal||11|
|6||Shots on Target||4|
|8||Shots off Target||4|
Dynamo striker puts Houston ahead before the halftime break
VIDEO: Watch Bruin's goal vs. Montreal
Houston hopes to extend home unbeaten streak and solidify playoff position
The Houston Dynamo will host the Montréal Impact at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at BBVA Compass Stadium, presented by The Methodist Cancer Center. Saturday is the second game of a crucial four-match homestand, with the final two regular season home games and last Champions League group stage game remaining. Tickets are still available at www.HoustonDynamo.com/tickets, by calling (713) 276-GOAL or at the stadium box office (2200 Texas St., Houston), from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. today and noon through kickoff on Saturday.
Clark, Moffat up to the task against strong Impact midfield
Central midfield battle again key for Dynamo vs. Montreal
For the second straight weekend, all eyes will be on the battle for the center of the pitch as the Houston Dynamo host the Montreal Impact.
Last week, the pair of Adam Moffat and Ricardo Clark locked down central midfield while helping the Dynamo to a 2-0 victory over the New England Revolution. On Saturday, the task will be putting the clamps on Montreal’s dangerous duo of Felipe Martins and Patrice Bernier as the Dynamo look to continue their home dominance and push to the playoffs (7:30 pm CT).
Dynamo look to inch closer to 2012 MLS Cup playoffs, keep home unbeaten streak alive
Limited tickets remain
The Houston Dynamo announced today that limited tickets remain for tomorrow’s match vs. the Montreal Impact, presented by the Methodist Cancer Center. The first 7,500 fans through the gates will receive a pink mini soccer ball, courtesy of the Methodist Cancer Center.
Houston can move one step closer to clinching a playoff spot Saturday vs. Montreal
Preview: Dynamo vs. Impact
Dynamo tackle Montreal; Chicago and NY square off on NBC
For the first time since what seems like forever, the top six teams in the Eastern Conference have played the same number of games. That means we don't need to guess how many points a team could gain with their points in hand. All teams have played 31 games and we have as accurate a picture as ever of the playoff picture.
Midfielder's calf has responded well to treatment over past few days
Davis holding out hope to appear Saturday vs. Montreal
Brad Davis’ left calf does not seem to be very cooperative.
For the second time in 2012, the Houston Dynamo midfielder is dealing with an injury in that region. Davis missed nearly four weeks in April due to an injury to a different calf muscle in his left leg.
However, speaking with the media after missing Thursday’s training, Davis was optimistic about his injury relating to its severity and was still holding out hope for Saturday’s match with the Montreal Impact (7:30 pm CT).