FRISCO (AP) – Kevin Hartman made two saves and FC Dallas extended its shutout streak to 399 minutes with a 0-0 tie against Real Salt Lake on Sunday night.

The game was delayed by lightning in the 83rd minute for 1 hour, 52 minutes. It was the second time in the last three home games for FC Dallas that the game was suspended due to lighting.

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RSL took points off the Hoops in Dallas after nine straight losses at Pizza Hut Park.

The FC Dallas record for consecutive minutes without allowing a goal is 415, set last year.

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RSL had a goal disallowed in the 21st minute after Alvaro Saborio was called offside on his goal. Salt Lake has one goal in its past four games.

Hartman made a leaping save in the 87th minute to stop a Kyle Beckerman’s looping volley from 40 yards out. Salt Lake goalkeeper Nick Rimando made a diving, two-handed save to stop a shot by FC Dallas’ George John in the 25th minute.

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