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Penalty kick by Higuain saves day for Crew in 1-1 draw with Dynamo

HOUSTON DYNAMO POST-GAME DRESSING ROOM INTERVIEW

60,000 Dominic Kinnear Houston Dynamo head coach postgame 6 1 2013

COLUMBUS CREW POST-GAME DRESSING ROOM INTERVIEW

60,007 Justin Meram Crew On team playing well despite getting ties

COLUMBUS, O. — The Columbus Crew over the years have been one of the best home teams in Major League Soccer.

But during the current season, they’ve lost games, tied games while losing points at home. They even went 7 1/2 quarters without scoring a goal before Saturday night’s game.

Trailing the Houston Dynamo, 1-0, the Crew received a break. Chad Barson, making his first start of the season, was hauled down on his way to the goal in the box by Andrew Driver. That meant a penalty kick was in the offering.

Federico Higuain is 3 of 4 on penalty kicks this season (photo by Justin Mowry)

Federico Higuain was called on to do his specialty and he tied the game on the penalty kick in the 69th minute to make it 1-1. That goal ended the beforementioned scoring drought at home, 294 minutes. The last goal at home was on April 27 against DC United, also scored by Higuain on a penalty kick.

The Dynamo’s goal was scored by Wayne Creavalle in the 31st minute, his third of the campaign.

Warren Creavalle scored the Dynamo's only goal (courtesy Houston Dynamo)

 

CREW GAME NOTES:

* Columbus is 4-4-5 overall with 17 points and 1-2-3 at home

* This was Tyson Wahl’s 12th start of the season, fourth most in his career

* The Crew has scored only 5 goals in the first half all season

* Columbus is 4-2-9 vs. the Dynamo all-time

* After the Crew plays at Philadelphia on June 5, they’ll have 10 days off before their home match against Montreal on June 15

DYNAMO GAME NOTES:

* Houston is 6-4-4 on the season, 2-2-3 on the road

* The Dynamo are in the top 10 in the MLS in defense, allowing only 13 goals all season

* After Saturday night’s game at Columbus, the Dynamo will have 2 1/2 weeks off before their June 19 match at Montreal



POSTGAME NOTES: Houston Dynamo 2 Columbus Crew 2

 

COLUMBUS, OHIO — The Columbus Crew made a lineup change and it resulted in much-improved play in their 2-2 draw with the Houston Dynamo at Crew Stadium on Saturday night before 10,479 fans who braved cloudy, chilly conditions.

The Crew received both goals off the foot of Eddie Gaven in the 63rd and 74th minutes.

The Dynamo had goals from Will Bruin in the 59th and Brian Ching in the 81st.

Both teams earned a point. The Dynamo are 2-1-2 on the season with 8 points, good for 4th place in the Eastern Conference. The Crew are 2-3-1 with 7 points for an uncharacteristic 6th place in the East. The Crew came into the game with two lackluster losses in a row to New York and Philadelphia.

COLUMBUS CREW POSTGAME LOCKERROOM AUDIO

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GAME NOTES

* Houston is playing its first seven games on the road due to the completion of their new home, the BBVA Compass Stadium which will open on May 12.

BBVA Compass Stadium (photo courtesy of Populous Architects via wikipedia commons)

* Houston did not dress MF Brad Davis or FW Brian Ownby due to injuries.

* The Dynamo are coached by Dominic Kinnear who has taken the franchise to two MLS Cup games, going 1 and 1.

* In 13 games vs. the Crew, the Dynamo are 2-4-6, 1-3-3 in Columbus.

* The Crew had two starters who made their first MLS starts, Josh Williams and Nemanja Vukovic.

* The Crew’s new starting lineup looked quicker and promising.

* The Crew was using a new 4-1-3-2 alignment.

* The Crew did not dress DF Julius James, FW Tommy Heinemann, GK William Hesmer, MF Dilly Duka and FW Ben Speas due to injuries.

* The Crew have given up the first goal of the game in the last 3 matches in a row.

* Former Crew midfielder Adam Moffat came back to Columbus to play for the Dynamo. He played 44 games with 5 goals from 2007-2010 for the Crew.

HOUSTON STARS OF THE GAME

Brian Ching

Will Bruin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COLUMBUS CREW STARS OF THE GAME

Eddie Gaven

Nemanja Vukovic

Aaron Schoenfeld

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Player photos courtesy of the MLS





EASTERN CONFERENCE MLS Finals: Houston beats Sporting KC to advance to Cup game

 

(courtesy of MLS)

The Houston Dynamo have advanced out of the Eastern Conference to the MLS Cup championship game.

Andre Hainault and Carlo Costly scored goals in the second half to lead the Dynamo to a 2-0 win over Sporting Kansas City in the East final.

Houston advances to the title game on November 20 at Carson, California, where no team has beaten their next opponent, the Los Angeles Galaxy all year.

 

Info compiled from MLS & Houston Dynamo news

MLS selects Crew rookie Bernardo Anor Player of the Week

Bernardo Anor (courtesy of MLS)

Columbus Crew forward Bernardo Anor was voted MLS Player of the Week by the North American Soccer Reporters on Monday. The award caps a fantastic weekend in which he made his first MLS start and scored a goal and registered an assist.

Anor was a key player in the Crew’s 2-0 road win over the Houston Dynamo. His dynamic assist on Andres Mendoza’s first-half goal opened the scoring, then he buried an insurance goal late in the game that clinched Columbus’ first-ever win at Robertson Stadium.

Anor was selected in the third round (#48 overall) of the 2011 Major League Soccer SuperDraft and is a product of the University of South Florida. He has appeared in three MLS Reserve matches, scoring two goals and two assists, and had previously played 26 minutes as a substitute in the 0-0 draw against the New York Red Bulls on March 26.

 

Info courtesy of the Columbus Crew

Crew gets shutout by San Jose

(courtesy of MLS)

The Columbus Crew are without a doubt one of Major League Soccer’s top defensive teams. But in Saturday’s game at San Jose, you would not have thought so.

The Crew defense had so many leaks in it that the Earthquakes scored three times and won 3-0 in Santa Clara, California.

The Crew lost out on their chance to move into first place in the Eastern Conference but allowed three goals in 12 minutes in the second half and suffered their first 3-goal defeat since a 4-0 loss to visiting Seattle on September 18, 2010.

San Jose ups its record to 2-4-3 while the Crew drops to 3-2-4.

San Jose was winless in its previous seven games while the Crew had their seven game unbeaten string snapped.

The Crew struggled to score in the first half for the ninth straight game, which ties the Houston Dynamo’s 2007 MLS record for consecutive scoreless first halves to start the season.

San Jose received goals from Chris Wondoloswki (50th minute), Steven Lenhart ( 59th) and Khari Stephenson.

 

Info courtesy of the Columbus Crew

 

 

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