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Revolution Vs. Dynamo: Luiz Camargo Scores For Houston, Levels At 2-2 In Final Minutes

The New England Revolution looked poised to hold on for a second straight home victory, but it would appear that the Houston Dynamo has snatched the draw away from them through Luiz Camargo. The Dynamo were pressuring the New England defense leading to the goal, but it didn't look likely that they would pull off the equalizer until right when it happened.

Some activity in the Revolution box resulted in the ball coming to Brian Ching. Ching then dinked a ball over the top for Camargo, who had slipped away from his marker in the box. Stephen McCarthy was caught out of position on the play and could only watch in despair as the ball floated over his head to the Brazilian, who put it away for the goal.

The match appeared to slow down a bit after the 70th minute as both sides made a series of substitutions. Two-goal hero Saer Sene left the match in favor of 17-year old wonderkid Diego Fagundez, while Benny Feilhaber made way for Fernando Cardenas. On the Houston side, Colin Clarke, Macoumba Kandji, and the goalscorer Camargo replaced Brad Davis, Calen Carr, and Je-Vaughn Watson.

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