It’s not a bad start for goalkeeper Lindsey Harris, who has back to back shutouts in her first two NWSL matches.
Back to back shutouts for @lindseyBharris in her first two NWSL matches 😤 pic.twitter.com/am0QZB5sxS— Houston Dash (@HoustonDash) April 17, 2021
Back to back shutouts for @lindseyBharris in her first two NWSL matches 😤 pic.twitter.com/am0QZB5sxS
The Dash goalkeeper has been a brick wall in her first two games, including this stop in the 61st minute on Friday.
Right into Harris' hands for the save #HoldItDown | #RGNvHOU pic.twitter.com/LyxDaehrX1— Houston Dash (@HoustonDash) April 17, 2021
Right into Harris' hands for the save #HoldItDown | #RGNvHOU pic.twitter.com/LyxDaehrX1
Despite Harris’ stellar play, it’s also not the start the reigning Challenge Cup Champions were likely hoping for. Following Friday’s 0-0 draw with the OL Reign, the Houston Dash are now scoreless through the first two matches of the NWSL season.
The draw gives a point each to the Dash and the Reign, who sit second and third respectively in Group B standings. Houston has two points while the Reign tied at one with the Red Stars. The Thorns currently sit first with six.
Houston’s next match comes Monday, April 26 against Kansas City, while the Reign are set to play Portland this Wednesday, April 21.