Written by David Garcia

After 90 mins, the Houston Dynamo had a scoreless draw against FC Dallas. The Dynamo have now earned 13 clean sheets in the season.

The Dynamo would receive an early card after Teenage Hadebe was issued a Yellow Card in the 9th minute. Searching for rhythm, both teams would have their shots and Dynamo held more possession but the score remained even. Ivan Franco would receive Houston’s second Yellow Card of the match in the 29th minute. Houston would have more shots and earned some set pieces but Dallas' defense maintained strong. Nkosi Tafari would receive Dallas’ first card when he was issued a Yellow Card in the 41st minute. One minute of stoppage time was added and the match enter the half scoreless.

The Dynamo came out strong in the second half. Coco Carrasquilla would come on for Ivan Franco and Nelson Quiñones for Brad Smith in the 59th minute. Coco would be issued a Yellow Card in the 71st minute. In the 79th minute, Quiñones cut in from the wing and had a low driven shot but it was saved. Ethan Bartlow would come in for Erik Sviatchenko two minutes later after Erik seemed to have sort of discomfort in his leg. Hector Herrera was issued a Yellow Card in the 84th min and would show his frustration with the referee, and will miss the next match due to Yellow Card accumulation. Running out of time, Ben Olsen called in Ibrahim Aliyu for Corey Baird in the 86th minute. Coco had one of the best opportunities in the 89th minute when he received the ball inside the box with space but he was unable to keep the ball low. 5 minutes of stoppage time were added and after a couple of long range attempts the match would end in a draw.

The Men in Orange will now travel to Montreal on Wednesday 10/4 before returning home to face Colorado on Saturday 10/7.

The Dynamo hold onto playoff contention after a draw vs Texas rivals, FC Frisco