MLS Regular Season
After two wins in three games firmly restored the Dynamo to the playoff conversation, the players are looking at the standings and seeing a big opportunity.
In MLS, teams are often separated by their ability to scratch out points on the road. For Houston Dynamo, that's currently a big concern.
Houston’s road record (1-9-1), including losing their last six away from home, is second-worst in the league, while their goal differential (-19) is dead last. Come Saturday at the Columbus Crew (8 p.m. CT; CSN Plus/Telemundo), they'll have a chance to start putting things right.
Go behind the scenes of Friday's 2-0 win over the Union with TunnelVision from Dynamo TV.
There’s a different feel around the Houston Dynamo these days. A team that a month ago was looking for answers has suddenly sprung to life.
After a first half of seeing 60 percent of the possession but no goals, the Houston Dynamo were frustrated. Seeing good play on the field, head coach Dominic Kinnear preached patience. And after the final whistle blew, the plan paid off and the result was theirs.
Will Bruin’s picking up his game and the Houston Dynamo benefitted from it Friday night.
The club’s leading scorer tallied in the 51st minute to spark a 2-0 win over the fifth place Philadelphia Union at BBVA Compass Stadium.
Boniek García might be one of the Houston Dynamo's most talented and experienced players, but he sure is having a tough time getting on the stat sheet this season.
García has made 18 starts this year, but he hasn't scored since the season opener and his only assist came on May 3. For a player of his quality and CV, the struggles are puzzling and something he and Houston hope to correct when they host the Philadelphia Union on Friday night (8 p.m. CT; TICKETS).