TFC blows late lead yet again, this time against Dynamo

Justin Braun of Toronto FC looks like he can't quite believe what has just transpired. For the...

Justin Braun of Toronto FC looks like he can't quite believe what has just transpired. For the second game in a row, leading 1-0, TFC surrendered the tying goal to Houston Dynamo off a late corner-kick. (Stan Behal/Toronto Sun)

RYAN WOLSTAT, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 1:26 AM ET

TORONTO - For most of Saturday’s match, Toronto FC turned the tables on one of Major League Soccer’s premier home squads, dominating a chilly afternoon tilt at BMO Field against the Houston Dynamo.

Unfortunately for those who braved the harsh conditions, though much improved this year, the Reds remain the Reds.

Despite controlling the play for all but 10 minutes of the match, TFC somehow managed to concede a late goal for the second week in a row, and the players were booed off of the field after drawing 1-1.

Just a week ago, the club surrendered a 93rd-minute equalizer against Philadelphia.

The latest unthinkable letdown — another goal at the same time, this one following a corner kick — left the squad and head coach Ryan Nelsen frustrated, searching for answers, yet still optimistic that a brighter day is close.


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