MLS Regular Season
The results have been positive on the whole. Deric, who took over for Hall who is out for the season with an ACL injury, admitted that he’s battled nerves that come with taking over a starting spot full time.
Dominic Kinnear, David Horst and AJ Cochran break down Sunday's match against the Chicago Fire
Deric has hardly put a glove wrong since stepping into net as a replacement for Tally Hall, who suffered a season-ending knee injury against Sporting Kansas City on August 29. While Hall recuperates from an ACL operation, Deric has impressed.
Eddie and Sebastian chat about the draw with Philly and the crucial matchup against Chicago this Sunday, as well as MLS's 24 Under 24 and other topics.
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“Beast Mode” is a motto typically linked with Houston’s other version of football, but Luis Garrido’s form is proving that it applies just as well to the Dynamo.
The recent signing had perhaps his finest MLS game so far last weekend and the Dynamo are hoping for another tigerish midfield display from the Honduran international this Sunday when the Chicago Fire visit BBVA Compass Stadium (2 p.m. CT; TICKETS).
In it to win it: Houston Dynamo need to put together a winning streak to put themselves in a playoff spot
If Saturday’s draw proved anything for the Houston Dynamo it was that the time for sharing points has come to a close. The scoreless affair with the Philadelphia Union claimed a point but other results cost the club two points in the playoff race.
CHESTER, Pa. – The Philadelphia Union got a better result than they usually do against the Houston Dynamo – but still not the one they wanted.
Despite holding Houston to zero shots on goal and generating most of the dangerous scoring opportunities, Philly battled the hobbled Dynamo to a scoreless draw in a key Eastern Conference matchup Saturday.
Houston Dynamo at Philadelphia Union
Saturday, September 20, 6:00 p.m. CT
PPL Park, Chester, Pennsylvania