MLS Regular Season
HARRISON, N.J. – In a week in which so much was said about the New York Red Bulls, captain Thierry Henry pushed aside the distractions to give them a much-needed three points over an Eastern Conference foe.
The Dynamo head to Red Bull Arena on Saturday looking to evoke the spirit of last year’s dramatic playoff success for a match Brad Davis says is the biggest of the season.
Houston have never beaten New York at Red Bull Arena in the regular campaign but conjured a win last year when it mattered most, ousting Mike Petke’s side with a 2-1 victory in Harrison last November in the Eastern Conference Semifinals.
Steph takes you back to our big win over the Fire, talks to our EA Sports Lounge winners and plays a little FIFA herself with some of the boys.
Houston Dynamo at New York Red Bulls
Saturday, October 4, 5:00 p.m. CT
Red Bull Arena, Harrison, New Jersey
NBC Sports Network - 5:00 p.m. CHANNEL LISTINGS
Yahoo Sports Radio 1560 AM - 5:00 p.m. (4:30 p.m. pregame)
La Ranchera 850 AM - 5:00 p.m. (4:30 p.m. pregame
They call Luis Garrido the Beast.
And the new Houston Dynamo midfielder’s play more than backs it up. The diminutive Honduran bounces around the pitch, breaking up plays and closing down opposing players at a high rate.
A confident Dynamo defense is set to face the deadliest striker in MLS as the team prepares for a road trip that will have big implications for their playoff prospects.
Houston visit the New York Red Bulls on Saturday (5 p.m. CT, NBCSN) knowing that a win would lift them within two points of their opponents, who currently occupy the fifth and final Eastern Conference postseason place. The Dynamo also have a game in hand on Mike Petke’s side.
It's crunch time. Dominic Kinnear, Will Bruin and Brad Davis get you ready for this Saturday's match on the road against the New York Red Bulls.
Will Bruin’s last goal gave his Houston Dynamo team an early lead in an eventual 3-1 win over Sporting Kansas City and a victory that’s propelled them on a five-game unbeaten streak. It was also a month ago.
Bruin suffered a right mid-foot sprain on that goalscoring play and it has cost him four games so far. But he was back on the training field on Tuesday, as the club prepares for the next in a line of playoff games that will have implications on the postseason tournament.
Eddie and Sebastian talk about the things they liked in the win over Chicago, the tough road match coming against New York, and what it'll take for the Dynamo to make the playoffs.
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Relive the best moments from Sunday's win over the Chicago Fire at BBVA Compass Stadium.