Kheli Dube's game-winning goal in the 73rd minute off Ilija Stolica gave the visiting New England Revolution a 2-1 victory over the host Houston Dynamo in Major League Soccer play Sunday from Robertson Stadium, where New England extended their winning streak over the Dynamo to five games.
Sharlie Joseph put New England on the board first with two minutes before halftime off a pass from Emmanuel Osei.
Houston tied the contest at 1-all in the 59th minute as Richard Mulrooney and Corey Ashe combined to allow Dominic Oduro to score.
The Revolution are in sixth place in the Eastern Conference standings at 8-15-5 with 29 points and host the Kansas City Wizards this Saturday before ending the 2010 regular season next Thursday at the New York Red Bulls.
Houston is in last place in the Western Conference at 7-15-5 with 27 points and faces the San Jose Earthquakes on the road this Saturday before hosting the Seattle Sounders next Saturday to close out their schedule.