The Houston Dynamo may have failed to win their last two MLS games, but that pair of poor results did not stop them from grabbing a convincing victory in their CONCACAF Champions League opener.
The Dynamo got their campaign in the regional competition started with a 3-1 win over Salvadoran club C.D. FAS in Estadio Custcatlan on Wednesday night. Brian Ching scored the first goal 12 minutes in, Cam Weaver doubled Houston's lead seven minutes later with the eventual winner and Je-Vaugh Watson buried a header in the second half to put the visitors up 3-0 before Jonathan Aguila pulled one back for FAS.
The win tied Dom Kinnear's men on points with Honduran outfit C.D. Olimpia in Group 3. Olimpia defeated FAS in the group opener, 3-0, on Aug. 2.
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