MLS Cup? “I See Myself Winning A Second Trophy With Houston Dynamo” – Hector Herrera

Written by Patrick Echatah

One of the biggest talents in Major League Soccer when he joined the Houston Dynamo in mid-2023, Héctor Herrera had a difficult time adjusting to life in the league during his first few months there as the team finished second-to-last in the Western Conference.

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The 33-year-old center man, who has already established himself as the focal point of the Houston midfield, finished the regular season with 17 assists and four goals in 30 games.

For the first time in six years, Herrera scored 21 of the 54 goals Houston Dynamo scored in 34 games to earn a spot in the 2023 MLS Cup playoffs. Since the World Cup in Qatar, Herrera had not been selected for the Mexican national team.

The former Atletico de Madrid player has found a valuable midfield partner in Adalberto Carrasquilla, and the two were instrumental in the Houston Dynamo’s victory in the US Open Cup this season, marking the Texans’ first championship since 2018.

Both supporters and club officials are excited about the possibility of winning the double this season as they are just two games away from making it back to the MLS Cup final, something they haven’t done in sixteen years.

On November 26, the Dynamo will play host to Sporting Kansas City in the first Western Conference semifinal. Alan Pulido and Sporting KC are welcomed to Héctor Herrera Houston for a match that pits two of Mexican soccer’s elite against one another.

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We are now seeing the development of Inter Miami, which will be a power in the league at the start of the next season.

Inter Miami CF’s head coach, Gerardo “Tata” Martino, has declared that the Club is once again interested in bringing in former teammate Luis Suárez during the upcoming winter transfer window.

Martino stated that the team is still interested in signing the 36-year-old Uruguayan during a press conference the day before Miami’s final MLS home game, which ended in a 2-2 draw with Charlotte FC.


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