AUSTIN, Texas — Danny Musovski scored moments after entering the game, Cristian Arango scored on a penalty kick and surging Los Angeles FC beat Austin FC, 2-1, on Wednesday night.

Musovski, who subbed on in the 76th minute, slipped behind the defense, ran onto a through ball by José Cifuentes and beat goalkeeper Brad Stuver to give LAFC (9-9-6, 33 points) a 2-1 lead in the 81st.

Arango converted from the spot – his fifth goal in the last four games – to open the scoring in the 59th minute. Diego Fagundez, whose hand ball in the area set up Arango’s goal, put away the rebound of Cecilio Dominguez’s shot off the post to tie it in the 67th.

LAFC snapped a four-game road losing streak.

“From the start of the game we came out with good energy,” Musovski said. “We knew it was going to be a tough environment.”

LAFC was again without 2019 MLS MVP Carlos Vela (quadriceps), but also played without Eduard Atuesta (ankle) and Sebastien Ibeagha (yellow card accumulation).

Sweeping the three-game season series gave LAFC its second nine-point stretch of the year.

Austin (5-15-4, 19 points), which has the worst record in the Western Conference, has lost four straight matches. The club has followed each of its last four victories with at least three consecutive losses.