Fusion 1, Revolution 1, OT,
Apr. 30, 2000
FOXBORO, Mass. (AP) _ The Miami Fusion ended their scoreless drought at 457 minutes but allowed the New England Revolution to pull even with 21 minutes left as the Eastern Division co-leaders tied 1-1 Saturday.
Miami (1-2-4) took the lead in the 52nd minute when midfielder Henry Gutierrez one-touched an 18-yard shot over New England goalkeeper Jeff Causey.
New England, 1-0-2 at home and 0-2-2 on the road, tied it when defender Brian Dunseth headed in a corner kick by John Harkes.
Neither team had a good scoring chance in the two five-minute overtime periods. It was the third straight overtime match for the Revolution.
New England had its best first-half opportunities off indirect kicks, by Mauricio Ramos in the 13th minute and by Harkes 12 minutes later.
The hosts also nearly gained the lead a minute into the second half, but William Sunsing's header off Harkes' corner kick was knocked off the goal line by Miami defender Martin Machon.
Miami is winless in three road games.