Recaps and opinions on every Dynamo match.
The Houston Dynamo had some chances to get on the scoreboard, but couldn’t buy a goal in Saint Paul Saturday evening in the 2-0 loss to Minnesota United FC
It shouldn’t have been a close game based on the majority of the performances, but the Dynamo were able to win 3-2 over FC Dallas
The Houston Dynamo are winless no longer following their commanding 3-0 win over Austin FC
Despite two very different halves, the Portland Timbers were able to blank the Houston Dynamo 2-0 at BBVA Stadium.
Despite an early lead, the Dynamo offense again struggles to produce in the 2-1 loss
The Dynamo can’t replicate their very positive first half as they let Dallas back in the second half. A late push saw them equal, but wasn’t enough for the win.
It was another poor start by the Dynamo, but even a strong second half push wasn’t enough to prevent a fourth straight loss
The Dynamo struggled to come back from an early goalkeeping error which put them down in the first half.
A 20th minute red card dug the Dynamo a hole they couldn’t quite get out of in their 3-2 loss to Austin FC
It was another solid defensive showing by the Dynamo who weren’t able to produce on the other side of the ball.
It was another good defensive showing by the Dynamo, but they once again were lacking on offense in their 1-1 draw with the Earthquakes.
Despite a quality showing by the Houston Dynamo defense, the offense struggled to click and create chances in the 0-0 draw.
Despite a solid first half performance, changes and mistakes by the Dynamo see Seattle on top after 90 minutes.
The Dynamo struggled to break down the visiting FC Cincinnati in the team’s fourth consecutive draw
Despite one of the Dynamo’s best starts to a game this season, they struggled to maintain that level of play and after a stoppage time goal, draw with the Portland Timbers
It wasn’t pretty, and it was a grind, but the Dynamo escaped LAFC with a point on the road
The Dynamo played well in the first half, but were no match for SKC in the second.
The Dynamo executed their game plan nearly flawless, but a late slip up gave the visiting Whitecaps some life. Still the Dynamo were able to take all three points.
The Dynamo were unable to follow up their midweek win with three points on the road. After conceding three goals in the first half, Houston didn’t have enough in the tank to catch up.
The Houston Dynamo were able to grind out a win over SKC which ended in bizarre fashion.
It was a quick two minutes, but they were the most important two minutes out of the game with LAFC scoring somewhat controversially followed by an equalizer by our man Tyler Pasher.
There were some positives by the Dynamo, but they were ultimately unable to earn any points at Providence Park.
The Dynamo looked in control of the visiting San Jose Earthquakes until a golazo by Paul Marie shifted the momentum. However, the Dynamo were able to outlast and get the season started with a win.
The Dynamo played their way back into the game, but were punished in stoppage time for committing too many numbers forward.
The Dynamo fell 3-0 on the road to their rivals FC Dallas
After going down a pair of goals, the Dynamo fought hard to get back in it, but ultimately didn’t have enough to equalize and drop points to LAFC
It was a dominating display by the Houston Dynamo, but the final effort wasn’t there to put the game out of reach as the Crew and Dynamo walk away level at a goal each.
Two early mistakes saw the Dynamo down a pair of goals at halftime with Minnesota United, but a strong second half saw the sides even after 90 minutes.
The Dynamo had a good second half, but credit the Nashville defense and players for capitalizing on some errors by Houston in the first half.