Dynamo Impact Montreal, Take 3rd in East

Ricardo Clark’ goal leads the Dynamo to climb up the table
by David Ruiz   |   Monday, October 07, 2013

Orange Republic – column on Houston Dynamo & the Houston area soccer scene.

HOUSTON – The Houston Dynamo learned his lesson from negative results as visitor and now is scraping the 2nd position of the Eastern Conference.

The Dynamo played a very tactical game almost perfect defensively speaking in which a marvelous shot by Ricardo Clark led the oranges to obtain the 3 points over the Montreal Impact at the BBVA Compass Stadium. Rico’s goal contributed to get the Houston Dynamo their 100th regular season win.

The Dynamo are looking stronger toward the playoffs as they defeated Montreal Impact 1-0 and this Wednesday there is the possibility to reach the 2nd place.

Commanded by Ricardo Clark, the Dynamo displayed a great performance around 70 minutes, also with some difficulties in which the Montreal Impact missed a 1-1 opportunity and the oranges resisted with good tactical discipline.

Houston's goal in the 6th minute allowed to played with Montreal necessity to come back in the game. Similarly, the Dynamo generated many goal chances mainly by Boniek Garcia and Giles Barnes, but Troy Perkins had a great night to end up the game with just 1 goal conceded.

The result was quit tight and the match was even, but most of the time the Dynamo dominated the game. The Dynamo controlled the ball, had many turnovers and has shot-to-goal with frequency.

It was a great Dynamo, fast, confident, and strong. Right now the Dynamo is capable to defeat the Sporting Kansas City having such a great performance like this one and in serious contention for the top of the conference.

NEXT UP: October 9 – Houston Dynamo vs. Sporting Kansas City, BBVA Compass, Houston. 8 p.m. EST, MLS Live.

David RUIZ

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Globe trotter and World Cup historian, recent recipient of a master’s degree and international soccer blogger. From age 2, David has always been a soccer fan, enthusiast and now a seasoned connoisseur. He is followed on Twitter by important sportscasters.
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