MLS Regular Season

Moffat's late strike gives Dynamo 2-2 draw

Davis, Moffat provide the goals as Dynamo and Crew draw 2-2
All Even


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For the first time in months, the Houston Dynamo had a scare at BBVA Compass Stadium.

Heading into the final 10 minutes, Houston found themselves down 2-1 and pressing for the goal that would pull out a result against the Columbus Crew. In the 82nd minute, Adam Moffat delivered the goods with a left-footed winner in a 2-2 draw.

VIDEO: Dynamo 2, Crew 2

Watch full highlights from Sunday's draw at BBVA Compass Stadium
VIDEO: Dynamo 2, Crew 2
Match Highlights

VIDEO: Watch Houston's goals from Sunday's draw

Moffat's late strike gives the Dynamo a point at home
VIDEO: Watch Houston's goals from Sunday's draw


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Brad Davis puts the Dynamo ahead 1-0

Weather Update 4:30 p.m.

Tonight's match will continue as scheduled
Weather Update 4:30 p.m.
Weather Update


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The skies have cleared! Tonight's match against Columbus is scheduled to kick off at 8 p.m. CT. Tickets are still available and can be purchased at the stadium box office through kick off. See you there!


Match Preview: Dynamo vs. Columbus Crew

Tickets still remain for Sunday's match at BBVA Compass Stadium
Preview: Dynamo vs. Crew
Match Preview

Houston Dynamo vs. Columbus Crew
Sunday, August 19, 8 p.m. CT
BBVA Compass Stadium
All-time series: Crew lead 4-2-7

FOX Sports Houston - 8 p.m. (Click here to view channel guide)
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SportsTalk 790 - 7:30 p.m.
La Ranchera 850 - 7:30 p.m.

Watch the Dynamo Sunday on FSH and MultiMedios

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Saturday, August 18

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Tally Hall closing in on club's shutout record

Dynamo goalkeeper is one shutout from tying Onstad's franchise mark
Tally Hall closing in on club's shutout record
Tally Hall


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This article appears in the August 19 gameday magazine. Click here to view the complete magazine.

Dynamo's Clark eases into return, eyeing home debut

Houston midfielder blending in with old teammates after two years abroad
Smooth transition for Clark
Ricardo Clark


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Ricardo Clark was expected to fit right back into the Houston Dynamo side and, considering his history with the organization, it was hard to go against that logic.

Nearly two weeks and 97 minutes – 15 in his 2012 debut last Friday against the New York Red Bulls and another 82 as captain of the Houston’s reserve side Tuesday – of action into his return, and all those expectations have been met.

Dynamo keeping pace in improved Eastern Conference

Houston in midst of 14-game run against conference foes
Dynamo keeping pace in improved Eastern Conference


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A few weeks ago, Dynamo defender Bobby Boswell commented that the Eastern Conference was much improved from last year. If you take a quick look at the standings it's hard to disagree with the veteran defender.

In 2011, the Dynamo finished second in the Eastern Conference with 49 points, but did not crack the 40-point mark until their 31st game of the season, a 1-0 win at FC Dallas on September 24. This season, the Dynamo reached the 40-point plateau in just their 23rd game, a 2-0 home win over the New York Red Bulls.

15 August 8:57 am

In the latest edition of Between the Lines,'s Matt Doyle looks at the Dynamo's 4-3-3 and how the team has adapated since making the switch in formation.

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