MLS Regular Season
The road has not been kind to the Houston Dynamo this season, and the Home Depot Center has been even worse. But Sunday's 1-0 victory over the LA Galaxy reversed both trends: Houston won away from BBVA Compass Stadium for the first time this season and also got their first win over the Galaxy at their house in seven tries in all competitions.
Following his team's 1-0 win over the LA Galaxy on Sunday night, Dynamo head coach Dominic Kinnear made an appearance on MLS ExtraTime Radio. Kinnear discussed Sunday's win, the road ahead and the state of MLS officials.
SPOILER ALERT: Kinnear believes the officiating in MLS has gotten better.
Relive the Dynamo's big 1-0 win over the LA Galaxy in this edition of Dynamo Rewind. Tally Hall's penalty save and Andrew Driver's goal gave the men in orange their first win on the road in 2013.
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HOUSTON DYNAMO HEAD COACH DOMINIC KINNEAR
On Houston’s improvements from last week’s draw:
“The result was the biggest improvement. The defending was good, I thought we took our chance really well and still created some other chances. LA is going to throw guys forward and test you and they did that and we bent a little bit but we didn’t break. It was nice to see.”
On the result:
Perhaps the lone redeeming factor for a goalkeeper that concedes a penalty is the fact he gets an immediate shot at redemption. On Sunday night, Houston Dynamo goalkeeper Tally Hall seized his.
CARSON, Calif. -- Landon Donovan failed again from the penalty spot, and the MLS Cup rematch, unlike the past two MLS Cups, went the Houston Dynamo's way, thanks to Andrew Driver's second-half finish.