MLS Regular Season
Dynamo midfielder Giles Barnes was voted the Houston Dynamo's man of the match by the fans following Saturday night's match vs. the Vancouver Whitecaps. Barnes scored the game-tying goal in the 55th minute as Houston came from behind to defeat the Whitecaps 2-1 and extend their unbeaten streak at home in all competitions to 33 games.
Glenn Davies and Sebastian Salazar talk about Vancouver's key players and preview Saturday's match at BBVA Compass Stadium.
Glenn Davies analyzes Houston's second goal against FC Dallas in last week's 3-2 loss.
Houston's goalkeeper Tally Hall sits down with Sebastian Salazar to talk about his MLS stardom, new love for hunting, and his recent national team experience.
The Houston Dynamo's unbeaten streak at home is on the line this Saturday against Vancouver. Houston will have to keep the streak alive without some key players due to international duty.
In the latest Friday Forecase, Eddie Robinson breaks down Friday's World Cup qualifier between the USA and Costa Rica as well as Saturday's Dynamo match vs. the Vancouver Whitecaps at BBVA Compass Stadium.
Houston Dynamo head coach Dominic Kinnear looks back at the team's performance against FC Dallas on Sunday and previews this weekend's match against the Vancouver Whitecaps.
With “rivalry week” in the books and after the 3-2 loss to FC Dallas, the Houston Dynamo are still among the top ten teams in the league according to most power rankings.
The writers from MLSsoccer dropped Houston down to No. 5, after having them No. 2 last week. This is what they had to say about the Dynamo.
Dominic Kinnear publicly targeted diving after the Texas Derby, but privately he'll be ruing his side's set-piece defending and poor marking on the winner. It hasn't been an easy week, CCL exit included, but Houston still have the makings of a title contender. Need to figure out what's dogging Will Bruin.
Sports Ilustrated's writer Avi Creditor had Houston sitting in the top spot last week, but dropped them down to No. 4 following the loss to Dallas. Here is what Creditor had to say about Houston:
Houston got beaten at its own game, conceding two rapid-succession goals off set pieces to fall behind early at FC Dallas. The club equalized but conceded a late winner, compounding the frustration of being eliminated from the CONCACAF Champions League by Santos Laguna.
Meanwhile, Yahoo Sport’s Zac Wassink was a little harsher dropping Houston down to the No. 10 spot. Houston’s next rival, the Vancouver Whitecaps, sits in the No. 2 spot of his power rankings with a 2-0-0 record. Here what Wassink had to say about Vancouver.
Vancouver had the week off to prepare for a trip to Houston. The 'Caps definitely have the goods to pick up what would be a historic win at BBVA Compass Stadium.
Houston will host Vancouver at BBVA Compass Stadium, Saturday March 23 at 7:30 p.m. (BUY TICKETS)