MLS Regular Season

Match Recap: Houston Dynamo 1, Chicago Fire 1

Alex, Nyarko trade second half goals as teams split points at BBVA Compass Stadium
Recap: Dynamo 1, Fire 1
Match Recap


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HOUSTON – Patrick Nyarko made the most of his return to MLS action after 10 months on the shelf.

In his first league match since suffering an ACL injury Oct. 14 last season, the Chicago Fire attacker netted the late equalizer to give his team a 1-1 draw Friday night against hosts Houston Dynamo at BBVA Compass Stadium.

It negated the Dynamo opener in the second half from former Fire midfielder Alex.

Preview: Houston Dynamo vs. Chicago Fire

Dynamo host Chicago on Viernes de Futbol looking to get back on track in MLS play
Preview: Dynamo vs. Fire
Match Preview

Houston Dynamo vs. Chicago Fire
Friday, July 3, 8:00 p.m. CT
BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston, Texas

Houston Dynamo say they lacked bite in first half of season, hope for more consistency in second half

Dynamo know there is work to be done on both sides of the ball to build consistent success
More bite please
Second half


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Getting a handle on the Houston Dynamo this season has been a chore.

One week they’re scoring four goals and the next two weeks they’re getting shut out. Their defense was one of the best in the league through the first seven games and now has gone 10 games without a clean sheet.

That process has Houston with 20 points from 17 games, six out of the playoff race at the halfway point of the season.

Houston Dynamo blame slow start in loss to FC Dallas: "We didn't play well in the first half"

Dynamo created pressure as game wore on, but could find goals to overcome poor start
Slow Start
Match Reaction


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It's been said that it's not the start but the finish that matters in sports, but on Friday night the Houston Dynamo’s start put them in a hole they could not crawl out of by the end of a 2-0 loss to Texas rivals FC Dallas at Toyota Stadium. Within the first 45 minutes Houston were behind the eight-ball thanks in large part due to the speed of Fabian Castillo and an inability to take control of the ball.

Match Recap: Houston Dynamo 0, FC Dallas 2

First half own goal and Castillo strike give Dallas the win, El Capitan
Recap: Dynamo 0, FC Dallas 2
Match Recap


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FRISCO, Texas - El Capitan is staying in Dallas.

FC Dallas took round two of this year’s Texas Derby by defeating the Houston Dynamo 2-0 in the first MLS match at Toyota Stadium since May 15.

Preview: Houston Dynamo at FC Dallas

Dynamo travel north on I-45 looking for a Texas Derby win as part of Heineken Rivalry Week
Preview: Dynamo at FC Dallas
Match Preview

Houston Dynamo at FC Dallas
Friday, June 26, 8:00 p.m. CT
Providence Park, Portland, Oregon

Giles Barnes, Jermaine Taylor return from Copa America ready to reclaim Lone Star State supremacy

After "incredible" experience in Chile, Barnes and Taylor turn focus to grudge match in Frisco
Focused on Friday
Giles Barnes


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The Dynamo are boosted by the return of Giles Barnes and Jermaine Taylor from the Copa America as Owen Coyle’s side heads north to Frisco for a Friday night Texas derby.

Jamaica exited the Copa at the group stage but the underdogs performed creditably, losing to Uruguay, Paraguay and Argentina by a score of 1-0 each time.

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As you all know, it is derby week. Your Houston Dynamo will travel north to face FC Dallas on Friday, June 26. No doubt, the men in Orange will be looking for a bit of revenge after the first meeting between the two sides on May 1. 

Ten years after Gold Cup-winning penalty, Houston Dynamo's Brad Davis returns to tournament

Davis capped first Gold Cup with a trophy-clinching penalty, returns with similar goal in mind
Ten years later
Gold Cup


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The penalty was placed beyond the goalkeeper’s desperate dive with the left-footed precision that would become a hallmark of Brad Davis’s career.

Houston Dynamo feel hard done by officiating in loss to Portland, but admit they "didn't play well"

Dynamo rue officiating decisions, inability to grab hold of game in Portland loss
"We weren't good enough"
Match Reaction


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Set pieces have become one of the Houston Dynamo’s calling cards in 2015. Saturday night in Portland they betrayed the Dynamo in a 2-0 loss.

Three set pieces were the story at Providence Park, as Houston fell prey to the Timbers twice from dead balls, first when Maximiliano Urruti scored a perfectly placed looping header and then when David Horst conceded a penalty kick for a foul on a set piece play in the second half, which Gaston Fernandez converted.

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