The Houston Dynamo winning at home is not a new development, but scoring goals with regularity sure is.
That is what the Dynamo are doing these days, and the latest example of Houston's new-found attacking prowess came on Saturday, as a pair of Mac Kandji goals propelled the Dynamo to a 3-0 victory over the Montreal Impact at BBVA Compass Stadium on Saturday night.
Dynamo standout Brad Davis made a rare appearance off the bench, and he made up for lost time by delivering two assists as a second-half substitute to close out the match. Davis set up goals for Kandji and Bobby Boswell to close out a comfortable victory in a match where Montreal never really threatened.
The Houston offense has shown improvement in recent weeks, posting nine goals in their past three matches after starting July by being shutout on two straight occasions. The addition of Oscar Boniek Garcia, and the Dynamo's shift to a 4-3-3 has helped the club boost an attack that struggled to create chances consistently earlier in the season.
The victory improved the Dynamo's home record to 7-0-3, tied with New York for the league's best, while Montreal dropped to a woeful 1-10-1, the most road losses in the league.
Here are the match highlights:
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