The Germans had ended a 14-match winning streak for the Americans with a 1-1 draw in Chicago on Saturday. The U.S. team never trailed Tuesday night, but never seemed in control, either. Germany outshot the United States, 16-8.
The Germans tied the match when Marozsan took a pass from Linda Bresonik, dribbled into the penalty area, and beat Solo to the left.
The teams played in a steady rain and remained scoreless into the 44th minute. That's when Megan Rapinoe made a run down the left sideline and found Morgan, who put a crossing pass into the box. Germany's Annike Krahn got a foot on the ball, but not enough to redirect the pass and Wambach was waiting to head it down and into the goal.
Marozsan came into the game in the second half and quickly evened things up. U.S. captain Christie Rampone slipped at midfield, giving Marozsan a clear run down the center of the field, where she ran onto Solo and put it past her in the 48th minute.
Wambach had a chance to break the tie in the 59th minute when German defender Luisa Wensing slipped down, but her attempt to lob the ball over the charging goaltender didn't get high enough and Nadine Angerer came down with the save.
Solo made two great saves in the 65th and 66th minutes on shots from Anja Mittag and Marozsan. The second led to an American attack that ended when Morgan made a beautiful sliding pass from the goal line back in front where Wambach whiffed on a shot, but Heath was waiting behind her and put the ball into the net.
It was the second game the United States has played since former coach Pia Sundhage left the team she led to the gold medal at the London Olympics.
Jill Ellis, the development director for the U.S. women's national teams, is serving as interim coach.