Dynamo 0, Toronto FC 1

The Dynamo could not get settled on a wet, artificial surface and allowed Andy Welsh to score from a set piece to give Toronto a rare win. Dwayne De Rosario, a native of Toronto suburb Scarborough, played his first MLS game in his hometown, but the rowdy, sell-out crowd of 19,123 cheered loudest for its new team and a 1-0 win.

Houston Dynamo (2-3-1) vs. Toronto FC (2-4-0)
May 16, 2007 -- BMO Field, Toronto ON

Scoring Summary:
TFC -- Andy Welsh 1 (Ronnie O'Brien 1) 25

Houston Dynamo -- Pat Onstad, Richard Mulrooney, Ryan Cochrane, Eddie Robinson, Wade Barrett, Brian Mullan, Ricardo Clark, Dwayne De Rosario, Brad Davis, Brian Ching, Joseph Ngwenya (Stuart Holden 68).
Substitutes Not Used: Zach Wells, Corey Ashe, Kelly Gray, Patrick Ianni, Craig Waibel, Chris Wondolowski.

Toronto FC -- Greg Sutton, Marvell Wynne, Andrew Boyens, Kevin Goldthwaite, Jim Brennan, Ronnie O'Brien (Chris Pozniak 73), Maurice Edu, Carl Robinson, Andy Welsh (Adam Braz 83), Edson Buddle, Alecko Eskandarian (Andrea Lombardo 65).
Substitutes Not Used: First Last.

Misconduct Summary:
TFC -- Jim Brennan (caution; Reckless Foul) 43
TFC -- Alecko Eskandarian (caution; Tackle from Behind) 54
HOU -- Eddie Robinson (caution; Game Disrepute) 76
TFC -- Chris Pozniak (caution; Reckless Foul) 86

Referee: Terry Vaughn
Referee's Assistants: Greg Barkey; Craig Lowry
4th official: Carol-Anne Chenard
Attendance: 19,123
Weather: Raining-and-42-degrees

All statistics contained in this boxscore are unofficial