WASHINGTON (AP) -- Geoff Cameron headed in Brad Davis' free kick
in the 70th minute to break a tie and help the Houston Dynamo to
a 3-1 comeback victory over D.C. United on Saturday.
Dominic Oduro added a goal in the 10th minute of stoppage time
after an injury to goalkeeper Pat Onstad prolonged play. That
sealed the first victory in five league matches for the Dynamo
(7-14-5), who tied it in the 66th minute on a fluky own goal.
D.C. United (5-18-3) fell to their ninth loss in 11 matches
despite Andy Najar scoring in the 29th minute to become the
third D.C. rookie to score five goals in a season.
United nearly doubled the lead after halftime when Danny
Allsopp's rebound effort was called back for offside in the 59th
minute, and Pablo Hernandez's rebound was thwarted by Onstad in
Four minutes later, the Dynamo tied it when Davis mishit Richard
Mulrooney's cross, only for it to deflect off D.C.'s Devon
McTavish and into the net.
After Najar's tackle resulted in a free kick on the left,
Cameron then followed the own goal with a perfectly placed
header inside the left post and beyond D.C.'s Troy Perkins.