By WCCO-TV Staff

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Niko Hansen’s goal in the 83rd minute helped rally the Houston Dynamo to a 2-2 tie with Minnesota United on Sunday night.

The Dynamo’s (4-7-8) Memo Rodríguez scored in the 59th minute, cutting the their deficit to 2-1.

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Minnesota United (6-5-6) failed to capitalize on a fast start that included two goals in a 19-minute span in the first half by Ethan Finley. It was Finley’s second multiple-goal game of the season.

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Finley scored at 11 minutes on a well-timed run off a throw-in from midfield. Kei Kamara and Robin Lod worked to set up Finley, who found the back of the net.

At 30 minutes, Finley started a run and took a feed from Jacori Hayes past a defender, beating the keeper.

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