Toronto FC and Dynamo play to scoreless tieHouston Dynamo goalkeeper Tally Hall, right, knocks the ball away from Toronto FC defender Doneil Henry as they collide during the first half of a a Major League Soccer game on Saturday, June 22, 2013, at BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston. Dynamo player at bottom is unidentified. (AP Photo/Houston Chronicle, Smiley N. Pool)
HOUSTON (AP) -- Joe Bendik stopped four shots for Toronto FC and Tally Hall made three saves for the Houston Dynamo in the teams' scoreless tie Saturday night.
Houston (6-5-5) is winless in six games, while Toronto FC (2-7-6) extended its unbeaten streak to three games.
Toronto's best opportunity in the second half came in the 85th minute when Jeremy Brockie had a shot from about 25 yards out and Danny Koevermans had a chance on the rebound. Hall stopped both.
Houston's Will Bruin had a couple chances in first half, with a header in the 23rd minute from the middle of the box cleared out of bounds and a header in the 26th from the center box sailing high. Bruin had a third header in the 43rd minute from the left box saved by Bendik.
Toronto had a chance in the 16th minute off a corner kick, but Hall stopped Doneil Henry's header from inside the box.