FRISCO, Texas (AP) — Abe Thompson scored in the 91st minute to help FC Dallas tie the Kansas City Wizards 1-1 on Friday night.

Thompson, who entered the game as a substitute for forward Dominic Oduro in the second half, scored his second goal of the season from 7 yards out.

Scott Sealy's second goal of the year in the 39th minute snapped a 448-minute span where no Kansas City (4-5-5) player had scored a goal. Sealy took a pass from Claudio Lopez and dribbled a few steps past FC Dallas defender Drew Moor before firing a left-footed shot from 15 yards away for a 1-0 Wizards' lead.

The last Wizard to score was Lopez in the 40th minute against Los Angeles on May 24th. Kansas City's only score during the 448-minute streak came off of an own goal in the 89th minute of a 1-0 win against Real Salt Lake on June 28th.

FC Dallas head coach Schellas Hyndman is still looking for his first MLS win since taking over on June 17, Hyndman is 0-2-2.

FC Dallas (4-6-6) had a goal disallowed after Kenny Cooper was ruled offsides in the 78th minute.

RAPIDS 4, RED BULLS 0: At Commerce City, Colo., Tom McManus and Mehdi Ballouchy scored goals in the first half and the Rapids cruised to a victory over the Red Bulls.

Colin Clark added a goal in the 49th minute and speedy Jamaican Omar Cummings came off the bench to seal the game with a goal in the 68th minute.

The Rapids (6-8-1) had scored only four goals during a four-game winless streak.

New York (5-5-5) entered the game with only one loss in its previous five games.