MLS Regular Season
If Dynamo head coach Dominic Kinnear were to list each of his goals for Saturday night’s match against CD Águila, the team likely accomplished all of them: raise money for charity, win, stay injury-free, get some experience for some of his younger players, and continue to evaluate the team’s three trialists in a competitive game.
Kinnear was clearly pleased with the way his team performed. In addition to posting a shutout and having four different players score goals, the Dynamo pressed in the second half when they could have easily chosen to sit on their lead.
HoustonDynamo.com caught up with Corey Ashe after Thursday's training session. Here's what he had to say:
HD: What is your favorite restaurant in Houston?
CA: My favorite restaurant in Houston is probably Chipotle. I usually
get a chicken burrito.
HD: What was your favorite TV show when you were a kid?
CA: My favorite TV show growing up was Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
You can’t go wrong with that.
Welcome to edition No. 6 of my weekly blog. It appears on the
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What’s going on and where do we go from here?
I’m sure that’s what you’re thinking, and that’s fair given the recent results.
all, we are not used to going through such difficult times. It’s been
uncharacteristic, unusual, and rough.
The Houston Dynamo were hoping to find some momentum entering the World
Cup break. Unfortunately for them, they have
found the wrong kind of momentum, as the Dynamo lost their third consecutive
game in falling to the LA Galaxy 4-1 on Saturday.
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The Houston Dynamo lost their third consecutive game Saturday night, falling to the league-leading and unbeaten Los Angeles Galaxy 4-1 at The Home Depot Center in southern California. It is Houston’s first three-game losing streak since May 16-26, 2007. The four goals are the most ever allowed by the Dynamo in an MLS regular season or playoff game.
All-time record: LA Galaxy lead 6-4-4 (4-4-4 MLS regular season)
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For photos from Wednesday night's Houston-New York game, see below:
The New York Red Bulls pulled off a breathtakingly
dramatic 2-1 win over the Houston Dynamo Wednesday night at Red Bull
Arena, as forward Juan Pablo Angel scored on a 35-yard free kick in the
fourth minute of stoppage time to condemn the Dynamo to their second
Houston drops below the .500 mark for the first time all season and
will have to immediately travel across the country to face the
unbeaten, league-leading Los Angeles Galaxy on Saturday night at The
Home Depot Center, Houston’s third game in eight days.