Quakes draw 1-1 with the Crew. Magnus Eriksson converted a penalty kick in the 41st minute to give the home team a lead. However, Gyasi Zardes tied the game with his goal in the 65th minute and the result was each team getting a point and the Quakes’ have 8 wins and 2 draws at 10 home games since April 6.
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The Quakes now head back to the road to face the Colorado Rapids in their second meeting in two weeks with the visitors hoping to sweep the series on August 10 6pm start. Columbus will next host interstate rival FC Cincinnati for the first time in MLS for Ohio bragging rights on the same day 4:30 kickoff.