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Albert Elis pushes the Houston Dynamo onto the next round after scoring the only goal of the game in the 94th minute against Sporting Kansas City Photos by Andre Brooks

Houston Dynamo and FC Dallas were unable to earn instate bragging rights after the game ended with a, 1-1, draw at BBVA Stadium. Photos by Matt Flora

Houston Dynamo defensively dominates Orlando City FC with a 4-0 at BBVA Stadium. Photos by Abel Flores

escrito por Abel Flores Dynamo mantuvo su racha invicta en casa con una victoria ante los Vancouver Whitecaps en casa en BBVA Stadium. Alberto Elis volvió aparecer en el marcador con un gol al minuto 15. Desafortunadamente, Elis tuvo que salir por lesión. “Por ahi senti un tiro en la …

New hope was brought to the fans when the Houston Dynamo stroke back, narrowly squeaking against the Vancouver Whitecaps 2-1. Photos by Abel Flores

With the results of the previous game lingering in their minds, the Houston Dynamo looked determined against the San Jose Earthquakes at BBVA Compass Stadium on Saturday. Houston sought redemption after last week’s home draw game against Minnesota United FC and a previous loss against New England. “Last week, we had …

The Houston Dynamo shuts out the San Jose Earthquakes, 2-0, to earn the third seed in the MLS Western Conference. Photos by Matt Flora

Despite a strong start in the first half, the Houston Dynamo allows two scores that tied the game, 2-2, against the Minnesota United FC at BBVA Stadium. Houston remains unbeaten at home with the tie. Photos by Andre Brooks

Utilizing a new formation against the Vancouver Whitecaps Saturday night, the Houston Dynamo sought to earn some points at home. “I think the idea was really good,” Dynamo head coach Wade Barrett said. “I do think we created some good things.” Within the first eight minutes of the game, Houston …

Despite taking 17 total shots as a team, the Houston Dynamo end their match with the Vancouver Whitecaps in a 0-0 draw. The Dynamo remain at the bottom of the Western Conference with only 19 points in the standings. Photos by Andre Brooks