The Houston Dynamo grabbed a late goal to earn a 2-2 draw with the New England Revolution on Saturday night.
Saer Sene gave the Revolution a lead 26 minutes into the match. The big forward drew a penalty when he was fouled by Brad Davis and converted it himself to put his team a goal to the good.
Davis atoned for the mistake with a lovely free kick in the 32nd minute. His curling ball pulled Revolution goalkeeper Matt Reis out of position and Will Bruin was able to head it into an empty net.
Sene put New England back in front in the 57th minute with a powerful run out of the midfield and a classy left-footed finish, but New England would not be able to hold on for all three points.
A mistake in the middle of the park late on gave Houston the chance to break at the Revs' goal. A brilliant chipped pass from Brian Ching found Luiz Camargo, who struck an equally brilliant shot on the half-volley to earn the draw with his first MLS goal.
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