By Akyereko Frimpong Manson
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After being snubbed for the MSL All-Star team to face Bayern Munich, Ghanaian attacker Dominic Oduro sent a strong message across by scoring a fabulous finish for Toronto FC to earn them a vital away point at Houston Dynamo on Sunday morning.Â
Making a trip to theÂ BBVA Compass Stadium to face his former side, the 28-year-old crowned his impressive performance, scoring in first-half added-time to earn a 2-2 draw for his Toronto.
Toronto missed a chance to tie the score at two in the 28th minute as Michael Bradley missed a penalty kick off the right post. Toronto was awarded the penalty kick a minute earlier as Nick Hagglund was brought down in the box by Corey Ashe.
Oduro, however, was able to tie it in first half stoppage by chesting a Luke Moore pass into the right net from the centre goalkeeper's box after Moore was able to beat A.J. Cochran down the left endline.
Oduro scored his second goal in three games â€” both in first half stoppage against his former team, taking his tally to 3 in 7 league games.