Dynamo beat Timbers 4-1

first_imgDynamo beat Timbers 4-1 Portland’s goal came on an own goal in 9th minute Houston Dynamo defender DaMarcus Beasley (7) and Portland Timbers defender Alvas Powell (2) battle for possession of the ball during the first half of the MLS soccer game at BBVA Compass Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018, in Houston. (Yi-Chin Lee/Houston Chronicle via AP) Photo Gallery A—15,256.LineupsHouston—Joe Willis; DaMarcus Beasley, Alejandro Fuenmayor, Jared Watts (Kevin Garcia, 56th); Eric Alexander (Juan Cabezas, 46th), Boniek Garcia, Tomas Martinez, Andrew Wenger; Alberth Elis, Mauro Manotas, Romell Quioto (Darwin Ceren, 82nd).Portland—Steve Clark; Julio Cascante, Larrys Mabiala, Alvas Powell, Zarek Valentin (Jorge Flores, 56th); Sebastian Blanco, Diego Chara, Lawrence Olum (David Guzman, 83rd), Cristhian Paredes (Andy Polo, 63rd), Diego Valeri; Jeremy Ebobisse. By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. Published: September 15, 2018, 8:29pm Elis headed home Tomas Martinez’s free kick to tie it at 1 for the Dynamo (8-13-7) in the 32nd minute.Fuenmayor capped the scoring in the 81st minute with a right-footed shot to finish Manotas’ pass.DYNAMO 4, TIMBERS 1Portland 1 0—1Houston 2 2—4First half—1, Portland, Fuenmayor, 2 (own goal), 9th minute; 2, Houston, Elis, 11 (Martinez), 32nd; 3, Houston, Manotas, 13 (Elis), 39th.Second half—4, Houston, Manotas, 14, 71st; 5, Houston, Fuenmayor, 3 (Manotas), 81st.Goalies—Portland, Steve Clark, Kendall Mcintosh; Houston, Joe Willis, Chris Seitz.Yellow Cards—Houston, Manotas, 65th; Fuenmayor, 84th. Portland, Valentin, 31st; Ebobisse, 34th; Guzman, 86th. Share: Receive latest stories and local news in your email: By Associated Press Share: 4 Photos GO HOUSTON — Mauro Manotas had two goals and an assist and set a franchise record for goals in a calendar year, helping the Houston Dynamo snap a 10-game winless streak with a 4-1 victory over the Portland Timbers on Saturday night.Manotas gave the Dynamo a 2-1 lead in the 39th minute, tapping in Alberth Elis’ low cross. It was Manotas’ 17th goal in all competitions this year.Manotas added another goal to his tally in the 71st minute, volleying home goalkeeper Steve Clark’s botched attempt to punch away Elis’ cross.Houston’s Alejandro Fuenmayor scored an own goal to give the Timbers (12-8-8) the lead in the ninth minute.last_img

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