Sebastian Dalgaard and former FC Dallas forward Coy Craft each netted goals to help OKC Energy FC earn a 2-2 draw with Saint Louis FC in front of a paid crowd of 6,455 at Taft Stadium Saturday night.
In the 9th minute, Dalgaard took a pass on the left side from Danni König and rolled a shot past Saint Louis FC keeper Mark Pais to give OKC a 1-0 lead, breaking a scoring drought between the two clubs that had lasted more than 237 minutes over their last three meetings.
Saint Louis FC tied the score in the 21st minute after Vince Cicciarelli tipped a Chad Bond corner kick past OKC keeper C.J. Cochran.
Sam Fink gave Saint Louis FC a 2-1 lead in the 35th minute, pushing a long cross by Patrick Doody past Cochran.
In the 60th minute, Craft tied the match for Energy FC, placing on a long-distance shot into the top-left corner of the Saint Louis FC net from nearly 40 yards out.
With the tie, OKC moved to 0-1-1 on the season, while Saint Louis FC went to 1-2-1
Energy FC next travels to Vancouver, B.C., Canada, where it faces Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2 in a 9 p.m. start on Sunday, April 17 at Thunderbird Stadium.
OKC’s next home match is Saturday, April 23, when the club welcomes Sporting Kansas City affiliate the Swope Park Rangers for a 7 p.m. kickoff at Taft Stadium.
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