That was in the 84th minute, a not-at-all-lucky strike by Lucky Mkosana behind the Hounds' defenders and through Kyle Morton for a 1-1 draw at Highmark Stadium.
Bob Lilley, always hungry to push the attack, lamented that the Hounds couldn't add on.
"Against a team like that, you have to try to find a second goal," he said. "I think we tried and, unfortunately, we didn't cover in the back. At that stage of the game, to let someone get in behind us is a pretty big mistake. It wasn't like we were pushed high up the field. It was just a simple ball over the top where the guy made a good run and we got caught flat footed."
The Hounds' lone goal came in the 52nd minute following this dubious penalty drawn on a run into the box by Neco Brett:
The Hounds had won four in a row before a flat 1-0 loss July 7 at Charlotte. Kerr expressed satisfaction that this was better than that.
“I think Charlotte was a blip," Kerr said. "The four games prior, we were flying and then Charlotte was a real disappointing performance. Today, we got back on track. We looked our usual selves. That was a really good Tampa team, obviously top of the league, and they gave us nothing.”
The Hounds are 6-8-3 and eighth in the USL's 18-team Eastern Conference, 14 points behind the Rowdies at 11-1-7.
Next match is next Saturday, also at home, against North Carolina FC. Kickoff is 7 p.m.