The Dynamo got a pair of goals from Calen Carr and defeated the Eastern Conference’s number one team Sporting KC 2-1.
45+ Peterson Joseph ejected
TAKING ADVANTAGE OF RED CARDS
The Dynamo have played a man up in their last two games for 118 minutes out of 180. Against DC United they scored four goals a man up and last night ultimately got a game winner from Calen Carr .
After the ejection Sporting KC clearly defended deep and rarely looked a threat on the counter. They truly missed the axis of Graham Zusi in midfield.
Sporting KC started youth in Peterson Joseph and Michael Thomas.
Joseph would make a rash , reckless challenge that would get him sent off and change the game. It was a youthful moment.
KINNEAR ARRANGES LINEUP
Dominic Kinnear continued the 4-3-3 set up but this time started Calen Carr to great success out wide moving Boniek Garcia into the interior of midfield.
Warren Creavalle the rookie continued to gather experience getting a start in central midfield in the holding role.
WIth Geoff Cameron likely to move to Stoke, Adam Moffat injured as of late and rumor of a return of Ricardo Clark it will be interesting to see where the holding role finally ends up.
CARR GAME WINNER
Boniek Garcia hit a wonderful ball to Carr at the top of the box. Carr then played it out wide to Brad Davis with the outside of his foot and then just powered into the box scoring the goal.
Dynamo delivery off crosses was solid with balls whipped in with pace throughout the night that looked threatening.
With lots of home games, a new system, potential of transfer money for re-investment you can only say that things look bright for the Dynamo who next take on Montreal this Saturday.
He has made the team and those around him better. He has increased the competition and his attitude and boundless energy comes at a perfect time for the Dynamo.