MLS Regular Season
the second time in as many road games, the Houston Dynamo used a dramatic late
goal to pull out a result, as defender Bobby Boswell scored in the 90th minute
to give Houston a deserved 1-1 tie with the New England Revolution Wednesday
night. The Dynamo are now unbeaten in their last four games (2-0-2).
The Houston Dynamo have had a flair for the dramatic this season, and Wednesday night was no different.
Houston defender Bobby Boswell swept home a rebound from close range in the 90th minute to lift the Dynamo to a 1-1 draw against New England at Gillette Stadium on Wednesday night.
In a weekend of standout goalkeeper performances, the competition was fierce for
the No. 1 goalkeeper spot on this edition of the MLSsoccer.com Team of the Week.
Toronto FC’s Milos Kocic was the ultimate selection, beating out D.C. United’s
Joe Willis and FC Dallas veteran Kevin Hartman.
CONCACAF nations were heavily represented in this week’s best XI, which
includes a former US national-team member, a current one and a forward that
perhaps hopes to make a return.
Fighting back into playoff position is one thing, staying there is another. In an effort to do the latter, the Houston Dynamo are hoping to do something
on Wednesday night in New England that they have managed only once this year:
earn a second straight win.
Houston Dynamo at New England Revolution
Wednesday, August 17, 7:00 p.m. CT
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA
All-time record: New England leads 6-3-5 (6-2-3 regular season)
La Ranchera 850 - 6:30 p.m.
KHOU 11.2 - 7:00 p.m.
FOX Sports Houston - 7:00 p.m.
KPRC 950 - 7:00 p.m.
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To kick off the final stage of the season, the Houston Dynamo are
faced with a tough challenge: navigate through three games in seven
The Houston Dynamo’s path to securing a big win over the Portland Timbers on Sunday night was anything but easy.
Houston took a two-goal lead into halftime after controlling possession
and enjoying the better chances, but the advantage seemed to motivate
Portland after the break. John Spencer’s crew came out with fire and
passion and made their intentions clear early: pressure the Dynamo.