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Sounders earn point on game-tying goal in stoppage time

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CARSON CA - AUGUST 9: Making his MLS debut, Giovani Dos Santos #10 of the Los Angeles Galaxy scores a goal against goalkeeper Stefan Frei #24 and Chad Marshall #14 of the Seattle Sounders during the second half at StubHub Center August 9, 2015, in Carson, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

HOUSTON, TX – The Seattle Sounders FC salvaged a point when defender Chad Marshall scored a goal in stoppage time as Seattle rallied for a 1-1 draw on the road against the Houston Dynamo.   Marshall went 55 regular season MLS games without a goal, before scoring the equalizer on Sunday.   Oalex Anderson set up the tying goal with a dangerous cross that dragged back through the box before Marshall kicked it in the back of the net as the Sounders improved to 1-3-1 on the season.   Seattle will take on the Philadelphia Union on Saturday, April 16 at Centurylink Field.  It’s a game that can be seen on JoeTV with the Sounders pregame show kicking off coverage at 6:30pm.