MLS Regular Season
|Toronto FC||Houston Dynamo|
|8||Attempts on Goal||10|
|2||Shots on Target||4|
|3||Shots off Target||
Watch full highlights from Saturday's win at BMO Field
VIDEO: Dynamo 2, TFC 0
Houston wins 2-0 to extend winning streak to four games
Both Toronto FC and the Houston Dynamo were working on three-game winning streaks when they met on Saturday.
Now Houston’s is four.
Brad Davis had two assists, Calen Carr scored on a header following a corner kick in the final minute of the first half and Brian Ching struck a late security goal as the Dynamo earned a 2-0 win over the Reds before 19,652 at BMO Field.
Carr, Ching tally goals in a 2-0 win over Toronto FC
VIDEO: Watch the goals from Saturday's win
Calen Carr puts the Dynamo ahead before halftime
Houston offense firing on all cylinders heading into weekend match
Dynamo set to shed defense-first road mentality in Toronto
After the Dynamo have turned a three-win homestand into a jump in the standings from fifth to third, they must now head out on the road, where they have struggled for wins. In fact, the Dynamo have not won on the road since starting the season with back-to-back wins over Chivas USA and league leaders San Jose Earthquakes on March 11 and 17, respectively.
Their plan to get three points when they face a rejuvenated Toronto FC on Saturday (3:30 pm CT, FOX Sports Houston, MultiMedios Houston)? Stick to what is working.
Saturday's match kicks off at 3:30 pm on FOX Sports Houston
Preview: Dynamo vs. TFC
Dynamo president discusses the nine-point week and what lies ahead
Canetti's Corner - July 27
Last week was a great week for the Dynamo!
We played three games in seven days and came away with the full nine points.
We continued our success at home, making it 19 in-a-row without a loss, which is the longest active streak in MLS (the technical streak is 18, but I include the home playoff game vs. Philadelphia).
Dynamo talisman figuring out role in new system
Davis rounding into form
After a quiet spring, Brad Davis is enjoying his summer.
As the heat sets in, Houston’s talisman is starting to round into form and it is no coincidence that the Dynamo are surging as a result. Davis’ season got off to a slow start due, in large part, to the same quad injury that kept him out of the 2011 MLS Cup. After an April calf injury cost him an additional two matches, the result was a start that produced just two goals and two assists in the first 13 matches.
Unbeaten in six, the Dynamo travel to Toronto
Dynamo look to take winning ways north
The recent homestretch was kind to the Houston Dynamo, as they were able to take a full nine points from their three-game stretch. But it’s time for the team to take that streak north, as they face similarly red-hot Toronto FC on Saturday (3:30 p.m., Fox Sports Houston, MultiMedios Houston).
Streaks on the line
Both teams enter Saturday’s match with three game winning streaks. The Dynamo defeated D.C. United, Sporting Kansas City and the Montreal Impact last week to stretch their total unbeaten run to six games.
Four Dynamo players ranked in top 20 for week
Kandji tops Week 20 Castrol Index
The latest Castrol MLS Performance Index was released on Wednesday, and Dynamo were well-represented after their two-game, six-point performance in week 20 of the MLS season. Forward Macoumba Kandji climbed to the top of the index following his two-goal performance against the Montreal Impact last Saturday.