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Recap | #HOUvMIN

Returning to Houston just 17 days after losing 3-0 to the Dynamo, Minnesota United came in with a rested but still injury-ravaged squad, hoping to make trouble for the home side. Early on, MNUFC took advantage of their opportunities, going up 2-0 before the break on the strength of goals by Kevin Molino and Robin Lod plus a clutch penalty save from Dayne St. Clair on Darwin Quintero to keep Houston scoreless. The scene shifted in the second half, with the Dynamo pouncing on a pair of unsecured rebounds from shots to pull level at 2-2. MNUFC were forced to defend with just 10 men after Jan Gregus was given a red card late and a game that at one point looked like a rare road win turned into a tough draw that nonetheless got the Loons a point and kept them in fourth place in the Western Conference.