MLS Regular Season

Dynamo 0, LA Galaxy 1

Dynamo 0, LA Galaxy 1

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Summary

The Dynamo’s 11-game unbeaten streak came to an end in a shutout loss against the Galaxy. Todd Dunivant scored the only goal, redirecting a Mike Magee cross after a short corner kick.

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Dynamo 1, Real Salt Lake 1

Dynamo 1, Real Salt Lake 1

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Houston saw its five-game win streak snapped and needed a last-minute goal from substitute Brian Ching to pull out a tie. A first-half own goal had given Real Salt Lake the lead, and Brad Davis saw his penalty kick saved in the second half before Ching and Brian Mullan combined on the winner.

Real Salt Lake (4-6-4) vs. Houston Dynamo (8-2-4)
June 20, 2009 -- Robertson Stadium, Houston TX

Dynamo 3, FC Dallas 1

Dynamo 3, FC Dallas 1

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Summary

The Dynamo rolled to a 3-1 win over rival FC Dallas behind two goals from Cam Weaver and a long-range blast from Richard Mulrooney. Pat Onstad made key stops in each half to preserve Houston’s fifth straight win and help reclaim El Capitán.

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Dynamo 1, Chivas USA 0

Dynamo 1, Chivas USA 0

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Newly acquired forward Cam Weaver – in his first game and on his birthday – set up Stuart Holden for the game’s only goal as the Dynamo took down the conference leaders. Holden jumped into the stands to hug his mother after the goal, making him one of just four players in league history to score game-winning goals against first-place teams in back-to-back games.

Chivas USA (8-3-3) vs. Houston Dynamo (7-2-3)
June 10, 2009 -- Robertson Stadium, Houston TX

Dynamo 1, Chicago Fire 0

Dynamo 1, Chicago Fire 0

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Missing two national team stalwarts, the Dynamo stole a road win thanks to an early combination between Kei Kamara and Stuart Holden, with Holden one-timing a goal from a tight angle, and plenty of defending. Pat Onstad made two saves, and Richard Mulrooney headed a shot off the line to preserve the win.

Houston Dynamo (6-2-3) vs. Chicago Fire (5-2-6)
June 5, 2009 -- Toyota Park, Bridgeview IL

Dynamo 3, Toronto FC 0

Dynamo 3, Toronto FC 0

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Summary

After leading a program to bring military families to the game as part of Brad’s Brigade, midfielder Brad Davis continued his hot streak with a goal – punctuated by a salute to the fans – and an assist, his team record sixth consecutive game with an assist. The Dynamo scored three goals in five minutes, with Kei Kamara and Stuart Holden netting the others.

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Dynamo 3, San Jose Earthquakes 1

Dynamo 3, SJ Earthquakes 1

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Houston rolled to a dominating home victory with headed goals in the first 12 minutes from Brian Ching and Kei Kamara, both from Brad Davis assists, and a second-half goal from Craig Waibel in his first MLS start of the year.

San Jose Earthquakes (1-6-2) vs. Houston Dynamo (4-2-3)
May 23, 2009 -- Robertson Stadium, Houston TX

Dynamo 1, New York Red Bulls 1

Dynamo 1, New York Red Bulls 1

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Summary

The Dynamo earned a road tie on artificial turf but came close to earning a victory. Corey Ashe set up fellow substitute Chris Wondolowski for the go-ahead goal in the 78th minute, but John Wolyniec netted for New York in the 88th minute to break the Dynamo’s 491-minute shutout streak and steal points away from Houston.

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Dynamo 1, FC Dallas 0

Dynamo 1, FC Dallas 0

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Summary

Houston picked up its third straight win and fourth straight shutout with a nationally televised decision over rival FC Dallas. The winner came in the second half, when Stuart Holden’s left-footed cross set up Kei Kamara for a powerful header and Mother’s Day celebration.

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Dynamo 2, New England Revolution 0

Dynamo 2, NE Revolution 0

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Summary

The Dynamo made it two in a row with their first ever win in Foxborough. Stuart Holden scored with a long-range shot that slipped through Matt Reis, and Brian Ching sewed the game up with a header. The game also marked defender Andrew Hainault’s debut when he came on as a substitute.

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