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Dynamo Hunting Positive in front of Charlotte FC

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The Houston Dynamo will stick to the positives that may be revealed at the first meeting between the two camps as they counter the Charlotte FC expansion at home on Sunday.

Dynamo (6-8-3, 21 points) lost 2-1 in Portland on Wednesday, retreating for the third time in the last four games and losing seven times in the last ten games in five games. I enjoyed it and returned to Japan. -Game undefeated consecutive wins.

Houston dragged on Wednesday after halving the deficit with a Darwin quinterrorist goal with 25 minutes remaining after a slump in the first half.

"They should be proud of their performance," said dynamo head coach Paulo Nagamura. "Of course the results are hurt, but if you play with that strength and quality, you can win more games than you lose. We take a lot of positive aspects for Charlet's game. We are home. Trying to get results back in. ”

Dynamo's seven losses since April 23 are the most linked in MLS to that extent.

Quintello's seven goals led Houston, and his ferocious tally on Wednesday was his third from outside the box, which led to the league's lead.

Charlotte FC (6-10-2, 20 points) heads to Houston's heat and humidity after losing 1-0 to Austin FC at home. Charlotte lost his first consecutive match because he didn't score points in the first three games of the season.

"Listen, we can't feel sorry for ourselves," said Christian Rattanzio, Charlotte's interim coach head. "We need to move on. There are important and difficult matches on Sunday. We have to reorganize and work as hard as we do. The game we want to play. To play, every day needs to go one step further. "

Charlotte FC played nine games on the street this season, and for that effort only two points in a pair of Thai games. Won. The team is still looking for the first road victory in its history.

Charlotte was shut out three times on the road, producing only six goals and achieving only one in any game.

Striker Karol Swiderski leads the team with four goals this season. Charlotte found the net only 17 times, making him the third-lowest tie in the league.

– Field-level media