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Houston’s home winning streak survives the day!

Apr 28, 2013, 7:55 PM EST

We may see another home run like the one the Houston Dynamo are enjoying – but then again we might not. These guys are just unbeatable at home.

For now anyway. And that’s not just hyperbole

A second half goal from Englishman Giles Barnes was the equalizer in the Dynamo’s 1-1 draw with Colorado in the South Texas sunshine.

The sun just keeps shining on Dominin Kinnear’s team at home, where the Orange have extended their MLS record home unbeaten streak to 36 in all competitions. Houston now owns sole possession of the MLS regular season record for home consecutive matches without a loss; that streak has grown to 30.

Bad news for the Dynamo on this one (well, other than failing to pick up all the points against Oscar Pareja’s team) is that Brad Davis was ejected in stoppage time. He’ll miss the Dynamo’s Week 10 visit to L.A. to face the Dynamo. That, of course, is a repeat of last year’s MLS Cup final.

Wait a minute! It’s a repeat of both of theo last two MLS Cup finals, same teams, same place, same everything. And Brad Davis wasn’t available two years ago. So, this is getting kind of weird.

Anyway, pending the full highlights pack from Sunday’s contest at BBVA Compass Stadium, here is Barnes’ cracker of a second-half equalizer :

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  1. bradygazelle - Apr 28, 2013 at 10:23 PM

    No big deal when you play thug ball on a narrow field.

    • term3186 - Apr 29, 2013 at 1:56 AM

      lol… what? Colorado committed over TWICE as many fouls as the Dynamo.

  2. geojock - Apr 29, 2013 at 8:46 AM

    The woodwork took the biggest beating on Sunday. Hit 3 times by the Dynamo and twice by Colorado.

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