September 25, 2007 MLS Houston Dynamo Reserves vs Toronto FC Reserves (from Houston Dynamo Media Relations)
Houston Reserves tie TFC, 1-1
Houston Dynamo Media Relations
HOUSTON, TX -- The Houston Dynamo reserves tied Toronto FC 1-1 at the University of Houston Carl Lewis Field, breaking a two-game losing streak. Chris Wondolowski scored his sixth goal in reserve play, allowing Wondolowski to share the goal scoring lead in the MLS Reserve Division. Wondolowki's goal broke a scoreless tie in the 67th minute. Stuart Holden found Brad Davis deep in the left side of the penalty area and Davis quickly crossed to Wondolowski alone on the right side of the net. Wondolowski beat Toronto goalkeeper Srdjan Djekanovic for the first goal of the game. Davis was playing in his first game action since injuring his knee in early July.
Toronto tied the match in the 73rd minute. Jason Dethomasis, who entered the game in the 52nd minute, beat Zach Wells to make it 1-1. Wells, in the 56th minute, made a spectacular save off a free kick from David Guzman, to preserve the shutout at the time, prior to Dethomasis' goal.
The Dynamo reserves (2-5-3, 9 points) will next face FC Dallas Sunday, September 30, at Pizza Hut Park in Frisco. Toronto (1-2-4, 7 points) will play D.C. United on Saturday, September 29.
Houston: Zach Wells, Eric Ebert, Pat Ianni, Craig Waibel, Stephen Wondolowski, Erik Ustruck, Nick Hatzke (Stuart Holden, 62'), John Michael Hayden, Chris Wondolowski, Paul Dalglish, Kenneth Hoerner (Brad Davis, 61')
Toronto: Srdjan Djekanovic, Desmond Humphries, Steve Lumley, Adam Braz, Gabe Gala, Cristian Nunez, Tyler Hemming, Joey Melo, David Guzman, Evan Millward (Jason Dethomasis, 52'), Nicki Budalic
Scoring: HOUSTON: Wondolowski, 67' (Holden, Davis) TORONTO: Dethomasis, 73' (unassisted) Cautions: HOUSTON: Waibel (15') Ejections: NONE Weather: Sunny, 92 degrees
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