The Columbus Crew were minutes away from handing the Houston Dynamo their first MLS defeat inside of BBVA Compass Stadium, but a late Adam Moffat goal made sure to keep the Dynamo unbeaten at home.
Moffat scored in the 82nd minute to help the Dynamo pick up a 2-2 draw with the Columbus Crew on Sunday, a result that ties Houston with the Chicago Fire for third place in the Eastern Conference. Columbus goalkeeper Andy Gruenebaum got his hands on the shot, but he made a mess of it and allowed the ball to get away and cross the goal-line.
Moffat's goal canceled out Eddie Gaven's second-half strike in a match that marked Crew Designated Player Federico Higuain's debut and Ricardo Clark's first game back in Houston as a member of the Dynamo.
Spectacular first-half goals were exchanged, as Brad Davis netted a beautiful opener for the hosts before Cole Grossman pulled the Crew level shortly after the half-hour mark.
Here are the match highlights:
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