Houston Dynamo earn thrilling 4-4 Champions League draw

Houston Dynamo were the come back kids after leading twice in a thrilling game playing Pumas UNAM to a wild 4-4 draw Tuesday night in the CONCACAF Champions League.

Houston Dynamo were the come back kids after leading twice in a thrilling game playing Pumas UNAM to a wild 4-4 draw Tuesday night in the CONCACAF Champions League.

Historically Houston Dynamo have become the first MLS side to secure a point on Mexican soil in the competition.

"I'm happy because my team played a great game," Dynamo coach Dominic Kinnear said. "Even though we had some mental lapses in some of the goals, the guys came back time and again. They never let their guard down and fought every minute of the game for a positive result."

With Houston’s fixture list looking more like a shopping list than an easy run into the play offs, the players and coaching staff head to another altitude city for the MLS game against Colorado on Saturday.

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