Goals from Sebastián Driussi and Danny Hoesen helped Austin FC erase a two-goal deficit and earn a 2-2 draw against FC Dallas, in front of a sold-out crowd of 20,738 at Q2 Stadium on Saturday night.

Chances were hard to come by in the first half. Maxi Urruti nearly scored from outside the penalty area with a shot that went inches wide in the 17th minute, and Julio Cascante made a tremendous last-ditch tackle to deny Dallas’ Alan Velasco at the half-hour mark.

Arriola put the visitors ahead in the 58th minute, reacting quickest to a rebound in the area. Servania doubled the lead 10 minutes later, but Driussi pulled Austin back into the match in short order, beating two defenders and the goalkeeper with a clever low finish from Moussa Djitté’s assist.

Hoesen then completed the comeback in the 85th minute, powering in a header from a pinpoint Nick Lima cross to ensure the sides shared the spoils on the night.


  • SELLOUT STREAK: The sell-out attendance of 20,738 marked Austin FC’s 25th-consecutive home sell-out in MLS, the league’s longest active streak.
  • GOLDEN BOOT RACE: Driussi’s goal moved the Argentine into a tie for first place in the MLS Golden Boot race, level with two other players on nine goals this season.
  • COMEBACK KIDS: For the second home match in a row, Austin FC came from two goals down to earn a draw. In the four matches in which Austin has trailed by multiple goals this season, the team has lost only once (W1, D2).


Austin FC will play its ninth away match and seventeenth match overall of the 2022 Major League Soccer regular season against Charlotte FC on Thursday, June 30 at 6:00 p.m. CT/7:00 p.m. CT. The match will feature a regional TV broadcast in English language on KBVO (MyNetworkTV), as well as a livestream on AustinFC.com and the Austin FC app.

In Spanish language, the match will feature a livestream on UnivisionAustin.com and the Univision Austin app.

On radio, the match will be broadcast on KASE-FM (ALT 97.5) in English, as well as on TUDN Radio Austin (104.3-HD2, KLQB) in Spanish.