The Houston Dynamo remained unbeaten at BBVA Compass Stadium on Saturday night, but they won't be happy about the result. They surrendered an 85th minute goal and were forced to settle for a 1-1 draw with lowly Toronto FC on a night that they thought they would surely take all three points.
While Houston may have only scored once against the sieve that is the Toronto defense, they did make sure that their one goal was gorgeous. First, Ricardo Clark hit a clever chip to Oscar Boniek Garcia, who did very well to elude a defender before hitting a wonderful ball to Will Bruin. It was a brilliant piece of passing that put Bruin in alone on Freddy Hall and Bruin hit a nice chip to beat the TFC keeper.
For much of the match, it looked like that goal would hold up. Toronto didn't look particularly dangerous and the Houston defense held up well, but one blown offiside trap ruined the Dynamo's night. Darren O'Dea chipped a ball into the Houston box from deep and several TFC players beat the trap. One of those was Terry Dunfield, who got a free header and buried it to earn Toronto a good draw on the road.