Final. Dynamo 5, TFC 1
90’ Penalty awarded to TFC. Willis makes the save.
77’ GOAL. Quioto scores for the Dynamo to make the score 5-1.
70’ Dynamo 4, TFC 1. Dynamo with 12 shots and TFC with 13. Dynamo still sitting on 54% of the possession.
60’ Goal. Alberth Elis scores for the Dynamo to extend their lead to 4-1.
52’ Goal. Taintor scores for TFC, Dynamo still lead 3-1.
46’ GOAL. Eric Alexander makes it 3-0 Dynamo.
46’ Things are back underway in Houston.
Halftime Dynamo 2, Toronto FC 0. Dynamo have continued to increase their time of possession holding on to the ball 55.4% of the time in the first half. The Dynamo had eight shots in the first half with five of them on target. TFC had seven shot but only one of them was on target.
26’ VAR to the rescue! Hamilton heads in a cross past Willis but the goal is ruled offside upon video review.
20’ 2-0, Dynamo. The men in orange..er...white have the advantage in possession so far. Both sides have three shots each.
7’ Goal Leonardo makes it 2-0
3’ Goal Mauro Manotas scores to put Houston up 1-0
Kickoff! Things are underway in Houston.
The Houston Dynamo return home looking to shake what ails them. The Dynamo have struggle to win games since their Opening Day win against Atlanta. With Toronto FC in town they have a good chance at three points as the defending MLS Champs have also struggle this season as they current sit at the bottom of the Eastern Conference.
BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston, TX
Saturday, April 21 at 2 pm CT
How to watch
CBS Sport Radio 650 AM
Univision Radio KLAT 1010 AM
The 4-3-3 remains the dominant formation among the fans. Joe Willis has over taken Chris Seitz to become the fan pick to start in goal.
Eric Alexander (CDM/CM) 78.6%
DaMarcus Beasley (LB) 100%
Darwin Cerén (CM/CDM) 71.4%
Alberth Elis (RW/FW) 100%
Kevin Garcia (CB/RB) 42.9%
Leonardo (CB) 78.6%
Adolfo Machado (CB/RB) 100%
Mauro Manotas (CF/FW) 92.9%
Tomás Martínez (CM/CAM) 57.1%
Andrew Wenger (FW/LW/RW/LB/RB) 92.9%