MLS Capsules: Philadelphia scores stoppage time PK to draw Red Bulls
Philadelphia Union 2, New York Red Bulls 2
CHESTER, Pa. — Sebastian Le Toux scored on a penalty kick in stoppage time to lift the Philadelphia Union to a 2-2 tie with the New York Red Bulls on Saturday.
In the second extra minute, Ibrahim Sekagya was called for a questionable tackle in the box and Le Toux beat Luis Robles for the score.
Philadelphia (10-9-9) rallied after New York (9-9-10) jumped to a 2-0 lead.
In the 37th minute, Peguy Luyindula was pulled down in the box by Ethan White and converted the penalty kick. Three minutes later, Thierry Henry got the ball from Chris Duvall at the top of the box and his wet shot got past Zac MacMath.
Pedro Ribeiro scored for the Union to make it 2-1 at halftime.
The game was delayed over an hour due to heavy rains and poor field conditions.
Portland Timbers 2, Colorado Rapids 2
COMMERCE CITY, Colo. — Gaston Fernandez scored in the 76th minute to lift the Portland Timbers to a 2-2 draw with the Colorado Rapids on Saturday night.
Maximiliano Urruti made a nice play to settle a bouncing ball and found Fernandez cutting in the right side of the box. Fernandez then muscled off a defender and finished the great feed past keeper John Berner.
Portland (8-8-12) scored first in the 43rd minute, as Diego Valeri's half-volley cleared Berner for his eighth goal of the season.
The Rapids (8-13-7) tied it at the 48-minute mark. Colorado was awarded a penalty kick on a disputed hand-ball call, and Dillon Powers converted the PK for his sixth goal.
Deshorn Brown headed home a pass from Marc Burch in the 66th minute to put the Rapids ahead.
Toronto FC 1, Chicago Fire 1
BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. — Dwayne De Rosario scored in the 89th minute to lift Toronto FC to a 1-1 draw with the Chicago Fire on Saturday night.
De Rosario tipped in the tying score from a yard out after Gilberto knocked a header down in front of the goal. De Rosario's 104th career goal helped Toronto FC (9-11-7) avoid a third consecutive scoreless shutout.
Lovel Palmer opened the scoring for Chicago (5-7-15) with a header off Sanna Nyassi's short corner in the 11th minute. It was his first goal as a member of the Fire.
Toronto goalkeeper Joe Bendik made a variety of saves, the most crucial coming on Jeff Larentowicz's penalty kick in the 57th minute. After blocking Larentowicz's attempt, Bendick made another save on Quincy Amarikwa's immediate putback and a third before the ball was safely cleared.
FC Dallas 2, Vancouver Whitecaps 1
FRISCO, Texas — Blas Perez scored twice, including the go-ahead goal in the 78th minute, to help FC Dallas beat the Vancouver Whitecaps 2-1 on Saturday night.
Perez got the tiebreaker in the 78th minute when he cleaned up a deflected free kick for Dallas (13-9-6). Earlier, he opened the scoring in the 20th minute from a nearly impossible angle, curling in a shot from just outside the corner arc that caught goalkeeper David Ousted off his line.
Erik Hurtado tied it for Vancouver (8-7-13) in the 67th minute. Mauro Rosales fed the ball forward and a streaking Hurtado sent it past goalkeeper Raul Fernandez. Hurtado's first score since June 7 gave the Whitecaps goals in consecutive games after going scoreless in four straight.
Ousted made a save of Victor Ulloa's attempt through traffic in the 33rd minute and made another in the 60th minute on a close-range shot by Fabian Castillo.
Columbus Crew 2, Houston Dynamo 2
HOUSTON — Ethan Finlay's goal early in the second half lifted the Columbus Crew to a 2-2 draw with the Houston Dynamo on Saturday night.
Finlay neatly headed home a left-footed cross from Waylon Francis in the 54th minute for his seventh of the season as the Crew rallied from two goals down.
Houston's Brad Davis served a corner kick and A.J. Cochran appeared to head it to the far post for what would have been his first MLS goal. Upon review, it was determined defender Aaron Schoenfeld deflected the ball, so it went down as an own-goal against Columbus (9-9-10).
Giles Barnes scored for Houston (9-13-5) in the 38th minute with his eighth goal of the season, completing a through-ball from Omar Cummings.
The Crew's Wil Trapp scored his first MLS goal to cut it to 2-1 in the 48th.
New England Revolution 2, Montreal Impact 1
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Kelyn Rowe and Lee Nguyen scored back-to-back in a 2-minute span to help the New England Revolution rally for a 2-1 over the Montreal Impact on Saturday night.
Nguyen scored the second goal on a short chip shot in the 25th minute to give the Revolution (13-12-3) the lead for good. Charlie Davies flicked a header forward off Jermane Jones' chip to set up Nguyen's 13th goal of the season.
Rowe leveled the score 2 minutes earlier from long distance after he blocked Wandrille Lefevre's clearance attempt with a nice first touch.
Calum Mallace opened the scoring for the Impact (5-16-6) in the 13th minute. Defender Andrew Farrell slipped to the ground, and Jack McInerney raced past him to get the ball to Mallace for an easy finish.