Ramon Nunez scored his first career goal in the 67th minute to help FC Dallas tie Chivas USA, 2-2, last night in Frisco, Tex.
The tie extended Dallas's club-record winless streak to eight games, while Chivas picked up only its third point of the season on the road in 13 games.
Nunez scored an unassisted goal when he intercepted Ezra Hendrickson's attempt to clear and scored from the top of the penalty area.
Chivas goalie Brad Guzan helped preserve the tie by making a diving save on Carlos Ruiz's free kick in the 91st minute. Guzan finished the game with five saves.
Hendrickson had given Chivas a 2-1 lead in the 59th minute when he back-heeled a shot into the left corner of the Dallas net from inside the goalie's box.
Ramon Ramirez began the scoring sequence with a corner kick to Arturo Torres, who flicked a header to a sliding Hendrickson for Hendrickson's third goal of the year. Dallas goalie Jeff Cassar was injured on the play and had to leave the game. He was replaced by Scott Garlick. The team did not release any details on Cassar's injury.
Esteban Arias scored his first goal of the season in the 37th minute for a 1-0 Chivas lead. Arias intercepted Clarence Goodson's clearing pass, dribbled around a defender and fired a shot into the net for an unassisted score.
Ruiz tied the game in the 44th minute when he scored his 11th goal of the season with assists from Eddie Johnson and Greg Vanney.
* ENGLAND: U.S. players Claudio Reyna and Brian McBride scored to lead their Premier League teams to victories.
Reyna helped send Manchester City past Portsmouth, 2-1, making it 1-1 in the 66th minute. Manchester City, which also got a goal from Andy Cole, is unbeaten in 12 consecutive Premier League games and is in second place.
McBride scored in the 57th minute in Fulham's 1-0 win over Everton.
Defending champion Chelsea enjoyed its fourth straight shutout, defeating 10-man Tottenham, 2-0, behind goals by Asier del Horno and Damien Duff.
* ITALY: In Rome, Livorno beat Lecce, 2-1, in the opening game of the Serie A season, with Cristiano Lucarelli scoring one goal and setting up another.
* GERMANY: In Frankfurt, Bayern Munich maintained its perfect record in the Bundesliga, defeating Hertha Berlin, 3-0.