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Scorpions rescue a point at home in 91st minute 

I couldn't catch this game, but judging by the highlights, I know three things for sure: The Scorpions may win, tie, or lose, but they won't give up without a fight; both goals were legitimate: no offside; and Pat Hannigan is a hell of a goalie (he had no responsibility in the six goals scored against the Scorpions in the tournament).

Next game is Saturday, May 5, against the Tampa Bay Rowdies, who are 1-1-2 and won't be easy: they only lost 0-1 in their visit to the Puerto Rico Islanders (who scored four against the Scorpions in San Antonio) and tied 1-1 in Atlanta against the Silverbacks (the season-opening Scorpions game there ended 0-0). — Enrique Lopetegui

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