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July 24th, 2008 7AM

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[MLS] The Houston Dynamo can go home now.

In Washington since Friday, first for the SuperLiga game against D.C. United on Saturday, the Dynamo finally got in the twice-postponed league match with D.C. United on Wednesday.

Barely.

Unbelievably, the teams endured another power outage and heavy rains that flooded the field at RFK Stadium.

D.C. United officials has said they'd go all night to get the game in.

They almost did. It was after midnight when the Dynamo prevailed, 2-0.

Injury-riddled United was no match for the Dynamo and slumped to its fourth straight loss at home -- a first in the club's 13-year history.

Brian Mullan scored in the 20th minute, and Brian Ching added an insurance goal in the 79th minute.

GAME SUMMARY:
July 22 in Washington, D.C.
D.C. United 0 Houston 2. Goals: Mullan 1 (Cameron) 20,  Ching (Davis) 79
Houston -- Onstad, Robinson (Ianni 41), Waibel, Boswell, Barrett, Mullan, Davis (Ashe 88), Holden, Cameron, Ching (Jaqua 89), De Rosario.
D.C. United -- Wells, Namoff, Burch, P.Carroll (Dyachenko 25), Martinez, McTavish, Simms, Fred (Kirk 86), Thompson (Doe 64), Emilio, Moreno.
Yellow cards: D.C. United -- Dyachenko 46+, Martinez 54, Emilio 57, Martinez 83; Houston - Robinson 16, De Rosario 63, Onstad 77.
Red card: D.C. United - Martinez 83.
Referee: Ricardo Salazar
Att.: 14,660.



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