MLS Regular Season
The stars will be out on Saturday night when the Dynamo welcome Jermain Defoe, Michael Bradley and the rest of Toronto FC to BBVA Compass Stadium on Saturday night. Would you like to watch it for free? Sure you would. Our game is up for the MLS Stream of the Week against three other games, so if you can't make it out the stadium, you can catch it for free on MLSsoccer.com.
Houston Dynamo left disappointed with latest loss: "We have talked enough … it's time to get results"
It has gone from bad to worse for the Houston Dynamo defense.
With their starting center backs in the fold and a two-goal lead thanks to a first half brace from Brad Davis, the club looked to be in good shape to get a positive out of their game against Toronto FC on Saturday.
It turned out to be too tall a task, as a combination of poor mistakes and missteps in defense turned the good start into a gut punch 4-2 loss to TFC that once again showed the team’s Achilles heel.
TORONTO — Toronto FC overcame a first half brace from Brad Davis to engineer a come-from-behind 4-2 victory over the Houston Dynamo in front of 22,591 in attendance at BMO Field on Saturday evening.
After first half goals from Jonathan Osorio and Dominic Oduro, TFC Designated Player Jermain Defoe scored twice in the second half to lead the comeback.
Houston Dynamo at Toronto FC
Saturday, July 12, 6:00 p.m. CT
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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The World Cup did not bring rave reviews for Michael Bradley. He was cast out of position and questioned for his inability to carry the attack for the US national team, prompting some analysts to question his performances.
The Houston Dynamo are not buying it.
Dominic Kinnear and Brad Davis discuss Saturday's match up with Toronto FC.
Weeks after suiting up together for country at World Cup, Brad Davis and Michael Bradley square off for club
They lined up side by side in Recife only two weeks ago, but Brad Davis and Michael Bradley will meet as rivals on Saturday as memories of the U.S. World Cup campaign slowly recede and the race for the MLS postseason gathers pace.
When Houston Dynamo head coach Dominic Kinnear was asked about the health of his team at Thursday’s training session, he did his best not to jinx his team.
It’s been that kind of year for the Dynamo, but Kinnear’s answer also shows that they could finally be out of the woods heading into Saturday's road matchup against Toronto FC (6 p.m. CT; CSN).
Jermain Defoe is not the only former English Premier League striker who could pose a serious threat to the Dynamo when they face Toronto FC on Saturday night (6 p.m. CT; CSN Plus).
The Canadians acquired Luke Moore from Chivas USA in a trade on May 8 and he has three goals in seven appearances for Ryan Nelsen’s side, including one last Saturday in a 2-1 defeat to D.C. United.