September 22, 2013 HOUSTON Giles Barnes and Boniek Garcia scored two goals apiece to lead the Houston Dynamo to a 5-1 victory over Chivas USA on Saturday night. Also Barnes recorded his second two-goal game of the season, and Garcia scored his first goals this year to give Houston consecutive wins for the first time since July 6 and 13. Will Bruin also scored for Houston. Eric Avila scored for Chivas, which is winless in 13 consecutive road games (0-11-2). The Dynamo its season high in goals to solidify its hold on fourth place in the East, two points behind third-place Montreal. Chivas USA already had been eliminated. Houston dominated the first half and Barnes teamed up with Brad Davis on the Dynamo’s fifth corner kick of the half. Davis bent a perfect kick to the top of the penalty area and Barnes jumped above the Chivas defense. Barnes flicked Davis’ feed down and into the net past goalie Dan Kennedy. Avila leveled the score in the 50th minute when he headed a rebound past Tally Hall. Carlos Alvarez took the first shot, but it bounced off the near post and went right to Avila, who scored easily. The Dynamo responded four minutes later with Barnes’ second goal of the game.
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