FOXBORO -- Revolution assistant coach Tom Soehn wasn’t exactly riveted by what he saw in the first half of Saturday’s match against the Dynamo. In many respects, it looked like another match full of chances, but short of scoring for his side.
But once the second half came around, and Houston’s defense started to stretch, the Revolution overcame their finishing woes and found a way to grab a pair of goals late to secure a 2-0 win over the Dynamo.
“The game didn’t start out with a whole lot of pizzazz,” Soehn said. “But I felt like as the game built we started to feel it, started to create some opportunities, but we didn’t finish on the opportunities (at first).”