MF Giles Barnes scored his second goal of the season but Seattle Sounders D Chad Marshall scored on the game’s final play as the Dynamo and Sounders drew 1-1 Sunday afternoon at BBVA Compass Stadium.

Barnes delivered the Dynamo a 1-0 lead in the 35th minute, producing a wonderful finish with the inside of his foot from a very difficult angle. After a throw in, D Jalil Anibaba drove a low cross and Barnes rotated his hips with a calm touch for a finish into the far upper corner, leaving no chance for Seattle GK Stefan Frei as Houston took a 1-0 lead.

It was Barnes’ 32nd career goal in all competitions to tie Dwayne De Rosario for fourth on the Dynamo’s all-time scoring list.

Seattle pushed several defenders forward late and was rewarded in the fourth minute of stoppage time. After the Dynamo failed to clear, Seattle substitute FW Oalex Anderson drove a low cross from the left through the six-yard box. Dynamo GK Joe Willis palmed the cross away, but it struck the foot of D Raúl Rodríguez and bounced to Marshall, who calmly finished from eight yards for the tying goal. Referee Ismail Elfath blew the whistle for full time moments later.

It was a tale of two halves as the Dynamo dominated the first 45 minutes, with 14 shots, six shots on goal, 17 open-play crosses and four corner kicks.

But the Sounders applied the pressure in the second half, tallying six shots on goal and gaining six corner kicks.

Next up, the Dynamo will host the LA Galaxy at 6 p.m. CDT on Friday, April 15 at BBVA Compass Stadium.