Following his team's late come from behind win at home against 2008 Champions Columbus, FC Dallas head coach Schellas Hyndman is looking to build on the past two games.
"I thought we played well last week (in a 3-1 loss to Houston)," Hyndman said.
"We just didn't put the ball in the goal. And then this week, we found a way to keep pushing and keep pressing.
“A lot of compliments to the team, they played a tough game against a very good team. What great goal by Eric Avila. I thought Brek Shea added a lot. I think it was a well-deserved win.
"I think they were getting a little tired," Hyndman continued.
"We were trying to press them a little bit. We talked about it at halftime, that they were very dangerous on the transition. We tried Kenny (Cooper) out wide there and he wasn't as productive when we brought on Brek Shea. The attack was so much more dangerous.
"When we tied, we went into a 3-5-2 and we didn't want to settle for a tie.
"Tying at home, we've done that enough. Once we got the lead, we went back into the 4-4-2 and were able to weather the storm."