New striker Michael Chopra continued his good form in North America with his second goal of the tour as Cardiff drew with Seattle Sounders on Tuesday.
Chopra is in a rich vein of form
The former Newcastle hitman had opened his scoring account on debut against Victoria United last Saturday.
Chopra wasted no time at Qwest Field in doubling his Bluebirds tally, heading home after four minutes from Paul Parry's measured left-wing cross.
But Roger Levesque headed Seattle level on 72 minutes from Jake Sagare's pass.
With four minutes left on the clock Chopra could have sealed the win for Cardiff after breaking clear.
But Sounders goalkeeper Chris Eylander did well to come flying off his line, closing down the one-on-one danger and taking the ball off Chopra's toe.