Oklahoma City FC's Danny Gibson was unable to connect with the back of the net as time expired in the final seconds of stoppage.
The ball deflected off of several players and was half way across the white goal line, before it bounced into the cross bar and out of the goal.
The visiting Austin Aztex avoided being upset and maintained their undefeated record as Saturday's game concluded in a 0-0 draw.
BYARS COMES UP BIG
Oklahoma City's Bryan Byars made six saves in OKC FC's second shutout of the season.
Both teams earned one point and kept the same standings in the Premier Developmental League's mid-south division as a result of the draw. Austin leads the way with 22 points, while Oklahoma City comes in at second with 16.
A season-high 1,578 fans watched as the five-month-old Oklahoma City club played the division-leading Aztex to a draw at Oklahoma City University's Stars Field.
In their previous two games, Austin narrowly escaped OKC FC, winning both games by only a goal.
Oklahoma City will suit up on Saturday to face the West Texas Sockers at 8 p.m. at Stars Field. On June 30, OKC FC will host Club America (Mexico) for a friendly match at 7:30 p.m. at Putnam City Stadium.
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