Ruben Luna nets game winner for FCD Reserves in 2-0 win over Houston

September, 26, 2011
FCD Reserves (4-3-0, 12 points) defeated the Houston Dynamo Reserves (4-4-0, 12 points) 2-0 Sunday morning at Pizza Hut Park. Home Grown talent Ruben Luna scored the game winner and his team leading 4th goal of the season in the 74th minute. The second goal game on a own goal from Will Bruin who headed a FCD corner kick past his own keeper.

Luna's goal came on a line drive punt from FCD netminder Josh Lambo. The Houston defense midjudged the bouncing punt at midfield and allowed Luna in behind them. Luna caught up with the ball inside the box and slide it past Tyler Deric before the two collided.

Scoring Summary:
DAL – Ruben Luna 74
HOU – own goal (Will Bruin) 85

Misconduct Summary:
HOU – Eddie Robinson (caution; unsporting behavior) 71

FC Dallas Reserves – Chris Seitz (Josh Lambo 46), Jeremy Hall (*Michael Ambrose 76), ^David Rodriguez, Jack Stewart (Mark Ashby 46), Moises Hernandez, Bobby Warshaw (*Jia Jie Zhuang 46), Victor Ulloa, Bryan Leyva, Andrew Wiedeman (Jonathan Top 42), Maykel Galindo, Ruben Luna.

Substitutes not used: Richard Sanchez, *Mark Ashby, *Daniel Garcia.

* = FC Dallas Academy player
^ = FC Dallas guest player

Houston Dynamo Reserves – Tyler Deric, Hunter Freeman, Jermaine Taylor, Eddie Robinson, *Christian Gonzalez, JeVaughn Watson (Francisco Naves Cobo 46), Josue Soto, Jason Garey, Colin Clark (*Bradley Bourgeios 76), Will Bruin, Can Weaver.

Substitutes not used: *Fernando Pina, Alex Dixon, Danny Cruz, Calen Carr, *Alan Arellano.

* = Houston Dynamo Academy player

Referee: Fernando Galvan
Referee’s Assistants: Alex Cantu, Chris Gordon
4th Official: Rickey Mercado
Weather: Clear, 79 degrees



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