Colorado, in the second half of the game, attempted to score by replacing the attacking lineup with Barrios, Cabral, and Lewis, but it ended in a 0-0 draw.
(Commerce City = Wongeol Jeong) Colorado Rapids drew 0-0 with Houston Dynamo FC in an MLS home game.
On the 15th local time, in an MLS game held at Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Colorado, the match between Colorado and Houston ended in a 0-0 draw.
Colorado aimed for their precious first win by bringing in Darren Yapi, Calvin Harris, and Brian Galvan early in the game but failed to do so.
In the first half, Colorado aggressively attacked Houston, with newly acquired Andrew Gutman operating as a left winger and Keegan Rosenberry as a right winger, opening up offensive opportunities.
Additionally, Colorado forward Harris, along with Gutman, had several good chances on the left side of the opponent's penalty area but was unable to score due to Houston's defense.
Houston's defense was solid.
Houston defender Franco Escobar effectively stopped Gutman from Colorado and made a significant contribution to the 0-0 scoreline in the first half.
In the second half, Colorado made numerous changes to their attacking line.
In the 66th minute of the second half, Colorado replaced Yapi, Harris, and Galvan with Michael Barrios, Kevin Cabral, and Jonathan Lewis, opening up new attacking opportunities.
Lewis, Barrios, and Cabral troubled Houston's defenders after being substituted.
In particular, Barrios caused tension for the Houston goalkeeper by connecting threatening passes from the right side of the opponent's penalty area. Cabral also had a decisive opportunity, but the ball narrowly missed his foot.
Throughout the game, both teams were unable to score.
With this game, Houston ranked 9th with 29 points, while Colorado ranked 14th with 19 points.
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