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Commerce City, Colo. Houston Dynamo FC opened a two-game excursion recently with a 0-0 draw against the Colorado Rapids at Dick’s Outdoor supplies Park.

It is Dynamo’s second clean sheet on the road this season and the team’s 11th in all competitions this year. Dynamo shut this piece of the time in a season finisher position with 29 places. Association play resumes on August 20 when Dynamo have the Portland Woods at the Shell Energy Arena. Lamar Hunt will host Real Salt Lake three days later in the semifinals of the US Open a two-game road trip.

The Turning Point To The Open A Two-Game Road Trip!


Dynamo captain Hector Herrera won a free kick in the opening minute of the game after being fouled outside the box. The midfielder took the following free kick which was guaranteed by Rapids goalkeeper William Yarbrough at the far post. Herrera will travel to represent the Dynamo against Arsenal FC for the MLS All-Star Game in the coming days. He is the first player to represent the team in the All-Star Game since Albert Ellis played in the 2018 edition against Juventus.

The Rapids counter-attacked in the 14th minute to catch the Dynamo, as Braian Galván raced to the edge of the box for the first shot on target of the game. Houston goalkeeper Steve Clark managed his first of three saves on the night, comfortably stopping the long effort. It was Clarke’s eighth clean sheet of the season and matched his career high set in 2014 with Columbus Crew SC and again with the Crew two years later.


Houston’s first offensive attack from the run of play came in the 23rd minute when Herrera turned the play to defender Franco Escobar on the left side. The external back played the ball to advance Ivan Franco. The Paraguayan forward played an overlapping ball to Escobar in the box, but the last-ditch effort was blocked by the Colorado backline. The play went to VAR for a possible handball review, but no penalty was awarded due to the decision that Franco was in an offside position.

Forward Nelson Quines took a shot from the left corner of the penalty box in the 27th minute, but Yarbrough’s quick, low effort was saved at the near post.

Commerce City, Colo. Houston Dynamo FC opened a two-game excursion recently with a 0-0 draw against the Colorado Rapids at Dick’s Outdoor supplies Park.

It is Dynamo’s second clean sheet on the road this season and the team’s 11th in all competitions this year. Dynamo shut this piece of the time in a season finisher position with 29 places. Association play resumes on August 20 when Dynamo have the Portland Woods at the Shell Energy Arena. Lamar Hunt will host Real Salt Lake three days later in the semifinals of the US Open Cup for open a two-game road trip.


Dynamo captain Hector Herrera won a free kick in the opening minute of the game after being fouled outside the box. The midfielder took the following free kick which was guaranteed by Rapids goalkeeper William Yarbrough at the far post. Herrera will travel to represent the Dynamo against Arsenal FC for the MLS All-Star Game in the coming days. He is the first player to represent the team in the All-Star Game since Albert Ellis played in the 2018 edition against Juventus.

The Rapids counter-attacked in the 14th minute to catch the Dynamo, as Braian Galván raced to the edge of the box for the first shot on target of the game. Houston goalkeeper Steve Clark managed his first of three saves on the night, comfortably stopping the long effort. It was Clarke’s eighth clean sheet of the season and matched his career high set in 2014 with Columbus Crew SC and again with the Crew two years later.


Houston’s first offensive attack from the run of play came in the 23rd minute when Herrera turned the play to defender Franco Escobar on the left side. The external back played the ball to advance Ivan Franco. The Paraguayan forward played an overlapping ball to Escobar in the box, but the last-ditch effort was blocked by the Colorado backline. The play went to VAR for a possible handball review, but no penalty was awarded due to the decision that Franco was in an offside position.

Forward Nelson Quines took a shot from the left corner of the penalty box in the 27th minute, but Yarbrough’s quick, low effort was saved at the near post.

A few minutes later, Houston had several goal attempts in the same stretch of play that were first blocked by Colorado’s backline – first by forward Aliu Ibrahim, then Quins, then Herrera.

Defender Eric Svyatchenko played a dangerous ball into the middle of the penalty box in the 43rd minute that almost hit defender Daniel Sterres on the head, but Yarbrough’s punch only beat the defender to the ball.

Defender Michael made a key tackle in the penalty box in the 49th minute to keep the match scoreless, finding Darren Yappy with the ball in front of goal after a Colorado break.

The Brazilian center back led the team with 10 clearances against the Rapids tonight. It was the 13th start for the 22-year-old, who has played a key role in the backline since designated player teenager Hadibi was injured.
Franco found Herrera in space above the left touchline in the 55th minute. The Mexican international flicked a dangerous ball into the box, but forward Thor Elfersson was unable to complete the delivery in time.

Herrera then scored for Queens on the left side of the penalty box in the 58th minute. The 20-year-old moved beyond two Colorado protectors with precarious footwork and conveyed a ball before objective, yet a sliding Franco confounded his run at the back post. The Paraguayan forward forced his effort into a save two minutes later when his effort from the edge of the box deflected off Andrew Gutman at the far post.

Herrera forced a save in the 86th minute when Dynamo won a free kick just outside the box. His cross was for Sviatchenko at the near post, but Yarbrough punched the ball away as he headed towards goal.

The Dynamo forced a save minutes later after Quins dribbled into the box and laid the ball off for forward Corey Baird, whose effort was on target but was denied by the Rapids goalkeeper.

The Dynamo kickoff the Leagues Cup on Friday July 21 at Orlando City SC before hosting Santos Laguna at the Shell Energy Stadium on Tuesday July 25.
Colorado Rapids: 3-10-10; 19 pts. 0-0
Houston Dynamo: FC 8-10-5; 29

MLS Regular Season – Game 23

Ducks Sporting Goods Park – Commerce City, Colo.

Attendance: 16,138

Scoring summary:

The team

1- Colorado Rapids
2- Houston Dynamo
3- Line-ups

Colorado Rapids: William Yarbrough (C); Andrew Gutman, Andreas Max, Lalas Abubakar, Keegan Rosenberry; Brian Acosta (Danny Leva 87′), Conor Ronan, Calvin Harris (Michael Barrios 67′); Cole Bassett, Brian Galvan (Jonathan Lewis 67′), Darren Yappy (Kevin Cabral 67′)

Unused Substitutes: Abraham Rodriguez, Danny Wilson, Sam Nicholson, Steven Betashour, Moise Bombito Limpingo

Total Shots: 8 (Andrew Gutman 2); Shots on goal: 3 (Cole Bassett, Brian Galvan and Michael Berrios tied with 1); Fouls: 12 (Brian Acosta, Cole Bassett and Darren Yappy tied with 2); Offside: 0 (N/A); Corner kicks: 10; Saves: 3 (William Yarbrough 3)

Houston Dynamo FC: Steve Clark; Daniel Steris (Ethan Bartlow 72′), Michael, Eric Svyatchenko, Franco Escobar; Luís Caicedo, Héctor Herrera (c), Artu
Total Shots: 7 (Nelson Quins 3); Shots on goal: 2 (Nelson Quins and Corey Baird tied with 1); Fouls: 9 (tied with Franco Escobar, Nelson Quines and Ivan Franco at 2); Offside: 2 (tied with Ivan Franco and Michael 1); Corner kicks: 1; Saves: 3 (Steve Clarke 3)
disciplane:

HOU: Aliou Ibrahim (caution; foul) 30′

HOU: Nelson Quiñónes (Caution; Foul) 45+1′

Authorities
Referee: Filip Dujic
Assistant: Andrew Bigelow

Assistant: Ben Pilgrim
Fourth official: Eric Tattersall
Fourth official: Eric Tattersall
Weather: 80 degrees, clear skies

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Houston Dynamo FC earns a point to open two-game road trip Need to know!

  • Dynamo GK Steve Clarke earns his eighth clean sheet of the season and the team posts its 11th clean sheet of the year in all competitions * Dynamo captain Héctor Herrera makes the 2023 MLS All-Star team for Washington DC this weekend Will leave to represent Game vs Arsenal FC * Dynamo will close this part of the season in a play-off position and open Associations Cup play at Orlando City SC on Friday, July 21 preceding facilitating Santos Laguna on Tuesday, July 25.

Media Resources:

  • Highlights of today’s game available here * Photos of today’s match available here – Credit Houston Dynamo FC * Voice of Dynamo Head Coach Ben Olsen available here * Voice of Dynamo DF Eric Svyatchenko available here * Transcript here Commerce City is available. Houston Dynamo FC opened a two-game journey with a 0-0 draw against the Colorado Rapids as of late at Dick’s Outside provisions Park.
  • It is Dynamo’s second clean sheet on the road this season and the team’s 11th in all competitions this year. Dynamo shut this piece of the time in a season finisher position with 29 places. League play resumes on August 20 when Dynamo host Portland Timbers at Shell Energy Stadium.
  • Lamar Hunt will host Real Salt Lake three days later in the semifinals of the US Open Cup.
  • Dynamo captain Hector Herrera won a free kick in the opening minute of the game after being fouled outside the box. He is the first player to represent the team in the All-Star Game since Albert Ellis played in the 2018 edition against Juventus.
  • The Rapids counter-attacked in the 14th minute to catch the Dynamo, as Braian Galván raced to the edge of the box for the first shot on target of the game. Houston goalkeeper Steve Clark managed his first of three saves on the night, comfortably stopping the long effort. It was Clarke’s eighth clean sheet of the season and matched his career high set in 2014 with Columbus Crew SC and again with the Crew two years later.

Houston’s first offensive attack from the run of play came in the 23rd minute when Herrera turned the play to defender Franco Escobar on the left side. The external back played the ball to advance Ivan Franco. The Paraguayan forward played an overlapping ball to Escobar in the box, but the last-ditch effort was blocked by the Colorado backline. The play went to VAR for a possible handball review, but no penalty was awarded due to the decision that Franco was in an offside position.

Forward Nelson Quines took a shot from the left corner of the penalty box in the 27th minute, but Yarbrough’s quick, low effort was saved at the near post.
A few minutes later, Houston had several goal attempts in the same stretch of play that were first blocked by Colorado’s backline – first by forward Aliu Ibrahim, then Quins, then Herrera.

Defender Eric Svyatchenko played a dangerous ball into the middle of the penalty box in the 43rd minute that almost hit defender Daniel Sterres on the head, but Yarbrough’s punch only beat the defender to the ball.

Defender Michael made a key tackle in the penalty box in the 49th minute to keep the match scoreless, finding Darren Yappy with the ball in front of goal after a Colorado break. The Brazilian center back led the team with 10 clearances against the Rapids tonight. It was the 13th start for the 22-year-old, who has played a key role in the backline since designated player teenager Hadibi was injured.

Franco found Herrera in space above the left touchline in the 55th minute. The Mexican international flicked a dangerous ball into the box, but forward Thor Elfersson was unable to complete the delivery in time.


Herrera then scored for Queens on the left side of the penalty box in the 58th minute. The 20-year-old moved beyond two Colorado safeguards with precarious footwork and conveyed a ball before objective, yet a sliding Franco confounded his run at the back post. The Paraguayan forward forced his effort into a save two minutes later when his effort from the edge of the box deflected off Andrew Gutman at the far post.

Herrera forced a save in the 86th minute when Dynamo won a free kick just outside the box. His cross was for Sviatchenko at the near post, but Yarbrough punched the ball away as he headed towards goal.

Houston Dynamo FC: Steve Clark; Daniel Steris (Ethan Bartlow 72′), Michael, Eric Svyatchenko, Franco Escobar; Luís Caicedo, Héctor Herrera (c), Artur; Nelson Quines, Aliu Ibrahim (Thorlefor Elfersson 46′), Ivan Franco (Corey Baird 72′)

Unused substitutes: Xavier Valdez, Brad Smith, Amine Bassey, Sebastian Ferreira, Griffin Dorsey, Brooklyn Reigns Total Shots: 7 (Nelson Quines 3); Shots on goal: 2 (Nelson Quins and Corey Baird tied with 1); Fouls: 9 (tied with Franco Escobar, Nelson Quines and Ivan Franco at 2); Offside: 2 (tied with Ivan Franco and Michael 1); Corner kicks: 1; Saves: 3 (Steve Clarke 3) Disciplines: HOU: Aliu Ibrahim (Caution; Foul) 30′ HOU: Nelson Quiñónes (Caution; Foul) 45+1′


Officials: Referee: Filip Dujic Assistant: Andrew Bigelow Assistant: Ben Pilgrim Fourth Official: Eric Tattersall VAR: Daniel Radford Weather: 80 degrees, clear skies

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Houston Dynamo FC earned a point to open a two-game road trip.

Need to know:

Dynamo GK Steve Clarke got his eighth clean sheet of the season and the team posted their 11th clean sheet of the year in all competitions.

Dynamo captain Hector Herrera will fly to Washington D.C. this weekend to represent the team in the 2023 MLS All-Star Game against Arsenal FC.

Dynamo will close this part of the season in a playoff position and open Leagues Cup play at Orlando City SC on Friday, July 21 before hosting Santos Laguna on Tuesday, July 25.

Media Resources:

Today’s game highlights are available here.

Photographs from the present match are accessible here – credit Houston Dynamo FC

Dynamo Head Coach Ben Olson’s voiceover is available here.

Dynamo DF Erik Sviatchenko’s voice is available here.

A transcript is available here.
Commerce City, Colo. Houston Dynamo FC opened a two-game excursion recently with a 0-0 draw against the Colorado Rapids at Dick’s Outdoor supplies Park.

It is Dynamo’s second clean sheet on the road this season and the team’s 11th in all competitions this year. Dynamo shut this piece of the time in a season finisher position with 29 places. League play resumes on August 20 when Dynamo host Portland Timbers at Shell Energy Stadium. Lamar Hunt will host Real Salt Lake three days later in the semifinals of the US Open Cup.

Dynamo captain Hector Herrera won a free kick in the opening minute of the game after being fouled outside the box. The midfielder took the resulting free kick which was asserted by Rapids goalkeeper William Yarbrough at the far post. Herrera will travel to represent the Dynamo against Arsenal FC for the MLS All-Star Game in the coming days.

He is the first player to represent the team in the All-Star Game since Albert Ellis played in the 2018 edition against Juventus.
The Rapids counter-attacked in the 14th minute to catch the Dynamo, as Braian Galván raced to the edge of the box for the first shot on target of the game. Houston goalkeeper Steve Clark managed his first of three saves on the night, comfortably stopping the long effort. It was Clarke’s eighth clean sheet of the season and matched his career high set in 2014 with Columbus Crew SC and again with the Crew two years later.

Houston’s first offensive attack from the run of play came in the 23rd minute when Herrera turned the play to defender Franco Escobar on the left side. The external back played the ball to advance Ivan Franco. The Paraguayan forward played an overlapping ball to Escobar in the box, but the last-ditch effort was blocked by the Colorado backline. The play went to VAR for a possible handball review, but no penalty was awarded due to the decision that Franco was in an offside position.

Forward Nelson Quines took a shot from the left corner of the penalty box in the 27th minute, but Yarbrough’s quick, low effort was saved at the near post.

A few minutes later, Houston had several goal attempts in the same stretch of play that were first blocked by Colorado’s backline – first by forward Aliu Ibrahim, then Quins, then Herrera.
Colorado Rapids: William Yarbrough (C); Andrew Gutman, Andreas Max, Lalas Abubakar, Keegan Rosenberry; Brian Acosta (Danny Leva 87′), Conor Ronan, Calvin Harris (Michael Barrios 67′); Cole Bassett, Brian Galvan (Jonathan Lewis 67′), Darren Yappy (Kevin Cabral 67′)

Unused Substitutes: Abraham Rodriguez, Danny Wilson, Sam Nicholson, Steven Betashour, Moise Bombito Limpingo

Total Shots: 8 (Andrew Gutman 2); Shots on goal: 3 (Cole Bassett, Brian Galvan and Michael Berrios tied with 1); Fouls: 12 (Brian Acosta, Cole Bassett and Darren Yappy tied with 2); Offside: 0 (N/A); Corner kicks: 10; Saves: 3 (William Yarbrough 3)

Houston Dynamo FC: Steve Clark; Daniel Steris (Ethan Bartlow 72′), Michael, Eric Svyatchenko, Franco Escobar; Luís Caicedo, Héctor Herrera (c), Artur; Nelson Quines, Aliu Ibrahim (Thorlefor Elfersson 46′), Ivan Franco (Corey Baird 72′)

Unused substitutes: Xavier Valdez, Brad Smith, Amin Bassi, Sebastian Ferreira, Griffin Dorsey, Brooklyn Raines

Total Shots: 7 (Nelson Quins 3); Shots on goal: 2 (Nelson Quins and Corey Baird tied with 1); Fouls: 9 (tied with Franco Escobar, Nelson Quines and Ivan Franco at 2); Offside: 2 (tied with Ivan Franco and Michael 1); Corner kicks: 1; Saves: 3 (Steve Clarke 3)

Disciplane:

HOU: Aliou Ibrahim (caution; foul) 30′

HOU: Nelson Quiñónes (Caution; Foul) 45+1′

Officials:

Referee: Filip Dujic

Assistant: Andrew Bigelow

Assistant: Ben Pilgrim
Fourth official: Eric Tattersall

VAR: Daniel Redford

Weather: 80 degrees, clear skies

Introduction:
The Houston Dynamo FC embarked on an exciting open a two-game road trip, and their opening match was nothing short of remarkable. The team showcased their skill, determination, and teamwork, setting the stage for an exhilarating journey ahead. In this blog post, we’ll dive into the Dynamo FC’s impressive performance in the opener of their open a two-game road trip.

A Display of Strength:
The Dynamo FC entered the pitch with a clear objective: to leave their mark on this road trip. Their first game was an opportunity to demonstrate their strength and prove their mettle against a formidable opponent. The players exhibited exceptional athleticism, strategic play, and a deep understanding of their roles within the team.

Thrilling Moments on the Field:
Throughout the match, there were several breathtaking moments that kept fans on the edge of their seats. The Dynamo FC’s offensive line created numerous scoring chances, pushing the boundaries of the opponent’s defense. The electrifying exchanges, skillful dribbles, and precise passes showcased the team’s attacking prowess.

Resilient Defense:
While the Dynamo FC launched a series of attacking moves, their defense stood tall and resolute. The defenders exhibited remarkable composure, effectively neutralizing the opponent’s advances. Their ability to anticipate plays, make crucial interceptions, and clear the ball from dangerous areas played a crucial role in maintaining a solid defensive line.

Goalkeeper’s Heroics:
No discussion of the Dynamo FC’s performance would be complete without mentioning the exceptional efforts of their goalkeeper. Throughout the match, the goalkeeper pulled off breathtaking saves, denying the opponent’s attempts to find the back of the net. Their agility, reflexes, and commanding presence instilled confidence in the entire team.

Endurance and Determination:
Open a two-game road trip demands exceptional endurance and mental strength, and the Dynamo FC players exhibited just that. They showcased an unwavering determination to secure a positive result in the opener, leaving no stone unturned in their pursuit of victory. Despite the physical demands, they continued to push forward, never losing sight of their ultimate goal.

Looking Ahead:
The Dynamo FC’s impressive performance in the opener of their open a two-game road trip sets a high standard for the upcoming matches. With their skill, cohesion, and unwavering spirit, they are well-positioned to continue their journey on a positive note. The team understands that maintaining consistency and learning from each game will be crucial in maximizing their success.

Conclusion:
The Houston Dynamo FC’s first match of the open a two-game road trip was a showcase of their talent, determination, and resilience. From the breathtaking moments on the field to the rock-solid defense and heroic goalkeeping, the team left an indelible mark. As they prepare for the next challenge, the Dynamo FC remains focused on delivering a remarkable performance and making their open a two-game road trip an unforgettable experience for both the players and the fans.

Dynamo FC Triumphs in the Opening Clash of Their Two-Game Road Trip

Introduction:
The Houston Dynamo FC commenced their highly anticipated open a two-game road trip with a resounding victory in the opening clash. The team’s exceptional display of skill, teamwork, and strategy set the tone for an exciting journey ahead. In this blog post, we’ll explore the Dynamo FC’s triumphant performance and delve into the key highlights of their first match on the road.

Dominating from the Start:
From the first whistle, it was evident that the Dynamo FC meant business. The players exuded confidence as they swiftly took control of the game, dominating possession and dictating the tempo. Their cohesive gameplay and seamless passing allowed them to create numerous scoring opportunities, keeping the opponent on their toes.

Precision Strikes and Stellar Goals:
The Dynamo FC’s attacking line proved to be a force to be reckoned with. Their relentless pursuit of goals saw them deliver precision strikes, testing the opponent’s defense time and again. The crowd erupted with joy as the Dynamo FC players showcased their shooting prowess, finding the back of the net with remarkable finesse and accuracy.

A Solid Defensive Wall:
While the Dynamo FC unleashed a barrage of attacks, their defensive line remained resolute and unyielding. The defenders demonstrated exceptional discipline, positioning, and timely tackles, thwarting the opponent’s advances. Their well-coordinated efforts ensured that the opponent struggled to breach their defense, leaving the opposition frustrated.

Goalkeeper’s Heroic Saves:
The Dynamo FC’s goalkeeper emerged as a hero in the opening match. With lightning-fast reflexes and remarkable anticipation, they pulled off a series of breathtaking saves that left the crowd in awe. Their acrobatic dives, commanding presence in the penalty area, and ability to deny certain goals further bolstered the team’s confidence.

Celebrating Teamwork and Camaraderie:
Throughout the match, the Dynamo FC players showcased remarkable teamwork and camaraderie. Their seamless understanding, selfless passes, and support for one another on and off the field were evident. The team’s chemistry and strong bond contributed to their success, enabling them to overcome challenges and emerge victorious.

Looking Forward:
With a resounding victory in the opening clash of their open a two-game road trip, the Dynamo FC now sets their sights on the next challenge. The team recognizes that consistency and continuous improvement will be vital in securing positive results throughout the journey. Their focus, determination, and hunger for success fuel their aspirations as they look forward to their upcoming match.

Conclusion:
The Houston Dynamo FC’s triumph in the first match of their open a two-game road trip was a testament to their skill, teamwork, and unwavering spirit. From their dominating gameplay and stellar goals to their rock-solid defense and heroic goalkeeping, the team left a lasting impression. As they continue their journey, the Dynamo FC aims to maintain their winning momentum and make their two-game road trip a memorable chapter in their season.

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