Michael Salazar debuts with the Houston Dynamo in US Open Cup

Michael Salazar Makes His Houston Dynamo Debut in the Open Cup

The Belizean striker played 15 minutes in the Houston Dynamo’s 3-2 win against Austin Bold FC

Photo credit: Cristian Inoferio/RGVFC

Houston, TX – Michael Salazar accomplished his challenge to returning to an MLS team tonight in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup match against the Austin Bold. Salazar, who was originally drafted by the Montreal Impact in 2016, suffered a knee injury that kept him off the pitch for 8 months.

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Houston Dynamo Earn Three Points, First Clean Sheet Against Columbus Crew

Mauro Manotas paved the way early, but the defense shined in the Dynamo’s 2-0 win

By Edson J. Ochoa

Houston, TX – Unfazed by their first loss of the season last week against the LA Galaxy, the Houston Dynamo continue to show that they are a force to be reckoned with this season after defeating the Columbus Crew 2-0 at BBVA Compass Stadium.

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Houston Dynamo Defeat San Jose 3-0 at Home

The Dynamo are currently on top of the Western Conference with 37 points.

By: Edson J. Ochoa | @EOchoa_8 & @CargaNaranjaRGV

The Dynamo returned to BBVA Compass Stadium tonight with a real opportunity to clinch the top position in the highly contested Western Conference of the MLS. However, they would have to do so without their leading assister Alex Lima, who was given a red card in last week’s tie against Real Salt Lake.

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RGVFC Lose To Sacramento in Second Game at Papa Murphy’s Park

“Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.” -Murphy’s Law.

By: Edson J. Ochoa | @EOchoa_8 & @CargaNaranjaRGV

Disclaimer: Any opinions written on this article are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views of RGVFC, their staff, The Stampede Supporter’s Group, or any other persons related to the team.

Humiliation. If there was one word to describe Wednesday’s game against Sacramento, this would be it. Sacramento made RGVFC’s defense look like a Sunday League team. The ease at which the front three attackers for Sacramento created and finished opportunities in front of Angoitia’s goal was troubling to say the least.

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RGVFC Defeats Sounders 2 Despite Shortened Roster

The Toros are momentarily in 5th place in the Western Conference pending results from Swope Park vs Tulsa.

By: Edson J. Ochoa | @EOchoa_8 & @CargaNaranjaRGV

With information from The Monitor’s Saul Berrios-Thomas

RGVFC returned to H-E-B Park looking to earn three points against Seattle Sounders 2, but they had to do it without three key players as Charlie Ward, Jose Escalante, and Kai Greene were preparing with the Houston Dynamo for Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup action.

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