Seventy five seconds in to this game it was over.
Jermaine Taylor scored off a scramble to put the Dynamo up 1-0 and then Calen Carr via a header produced a second in the 28th minute and the Dynamo cruised controlling the night at BBVA Compass Stadium.
The Dynamo were clearly prepared and lived up to the moment dominating every facet of the game against the dp laden Red Bulls and Thierry Henry and Tim Cahill.
Truth be told New York did not live up to this game like the Dynamo and never responded.
Henry did not look interested and seemed to observe the game in midfield on this night.
The Dynamo now have won five straight and are undefeated in eight and clearly are the hottest team in MLS . Their willingness to attack and defend as a unit was impressive but I am still scratching my head as to how little the Red Bull offered after the Dynamo hit them twice early.
The game was a sell out and looked great on tv but I am still astounded by no shows who are not offering tickets for others to come to BBVA and enjoy the amazing facility, atmosphere and matches.
Butts in seats?
Senegal takes on Mexico this morning on MSNBC at 8:30 central.
El Tri have yet to concede a goal and are looking to move into the semi-finals.
Moussa Konate is a 19 year old striker that leads Senegal and the tournament in goals.
Keep an eye on him and this clash of styles.