You were likely at the Dynamo game last night or caught it on Fox Sports Houston.
The Dynamo drew 1-1 with the Montreal Impact and depending on the Columbus result today could find themselves in or out of a playoff position.
The Dynamo lead the league with 11 matches drawn which means they have left 22 points on the table. Now it is easy to go back and look at games that should have been the full three points and would have the Dynamo far more secure at this stage.
Fact is looking back right now does not matter. The Dynamo have two games to go with Philadelphia and Colorado.
They still remain in the fifth and final playoff spot after Columbus and Sporting tied 1-1 today.
Thoughts from last night:
1.) START: The Dynamo struggled to get it going against a pretty aggressive Montreal who needed to win on this evening. Montreal tried to win the ball higher up the field at times creating unforced errors on the ball.
The Dynamo did get the critical 44th minute goal from Will Bruin after Calen Carr got a quick step on Alessandro Nesta.
2.) PUSH OUT OF LOCKER ROOM The Dynamo did make a good push to start the second half. But Montreal found a tying goal via a brilliant Marco DiVaio pass that found Sanna Nyassi who was denied by Tally Hall yet he stuck in the rebound to the game.
3.) PLAYERS OF GAME
Houston: Tally Hall, Boniek Garcia
Montreal: Patrice Bernier,Marco DiVaio
4.) Who is NESTA?
The Italian World Cup winner and twice Champions league winner with AC Milan Nesta is called one of the great center backs in the history of the game yet few knew he even played last night for Montreal.
In the first half he was a study in positional play and calm distribution although he got beat by pace of Calen Carr who got cross in to Will Bruin for the lone goal.
5.) CHING OFFSIDE
The referee Chris Penso made the right decision calling the goal back.
When Cam Weaver made contact via the head Ching was in an offside position.
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