Josef Martinez continued to dazzle Saturday, setting an MLS record for goals in a player's first two seasons with 45. He is now one short of the single-season record.
ATLANTA — Josef Martinez scored twice for Atlanta United to set an MLS record with 45 goals in his first two seasons, and Tosaint Ricketts had a stoppage-time goal for Toronto FC in a 2-2 draw Saturday.
Martinez passed Stern John (44, 1998-99) for most goals in his first two seasons. The Venezuelan striker has 26 goals this season, one short of the MLS record. League-leading Atlanta (14-4-6) has 10 games remaining.
Martinez tied it at 1 with a penalty kick in the 53rd minute after drawing the penalty against goalkeeper Alex Bono.
In the 67th, Martinez headed home Hector Villalba's diagonal cross to make it 2-1.
Ricketts punched home Jonathan Osorio's cross in the 91st minute to level it for defending champion Toronto (6-11-5).
Sebastian Giovinco gave Toronto FC a 1-0 lead in the first minute of first-half stoppage time, finishing Auro's cross with a right-footed shot from the center of the box.
Seattle Sounders 2, Minnesota United 1
MINNEAPOLIS — Nicolas Lodeiro and Will Bruin scored stoppage-time goals to give the Seattle Sounders a 2-1 victory over Minnesota United on Saturday night.
After Minnesota United's Miguel Ibarra was called for a handball, Lodeiro converted from the spot to tie it for the Sounders (8-9-5) in the 91st minute. Bruin then added the winner in the seventh minute of stoppage time with a chip shot to beat the onrushing goalkeeper for Seattle's fourth win in a row.
Darwin Quintero opened the scoring for Minnesota United (9-13-1) in the 19th minute. He spun around Harry Shipp and faked right to get Chad Marshall leaning the wrong way before sending a left-footed shot just inside the far post.
Sounders defender Kim Kee-hee left the game in the 38th minute with a leg injury.
San Jose Earthquakes 3, FC Dallas 1
FRISCO, Texas — Valeri Qazaishvili scored twice and the San Jose Earthquakes snapped a 12-game winless streak with a 3-1 victory over FC Dallas on Saturday night.
Qazaishvili opened the scoring for the Quakes (3-12-7) in the 19th minute, hurdling Jesse Gonzalez after the goalkeeper came off his line but failed to stop Shea Salinas's long ball. Qazaishvili then outmaneuvered defender Matt Hedges before finishing from near the end line.
Qazaishvili also capped the scoring in the 88th minute with a sliding finish of Chris Wondolowski's low cross.
Jahmir Hyka gave San Jose a 2-1 lead in the 47th minute, settling Anibal Godoy's chip pass and sending a low shot in that slipped under Gonzalez.
Roland Lamah tied it at 1 for Western Conference-leading FC Dallas (12-4-6) with a left-footed stab on Michael Barrios' cross in the 23rd minute.
Montreal Impact 1, D.C. United 1
MONTREAL — Yamil Asad scored in the 70th minute to give D.C. United and new star striker Wayne Rooney a 1-1 draw with the Montreal Impact on Saturday night.
The Washington club tied it when Luciano Acosta slipped the ball toward two onrushing teammates, with Asad getting there just ahead of Rooney to slot it inside the near post for his ninth of the season.
Coming off a win over Colorado on Rooney's first MLS goal, D.C. is 2-2-1 since the former Manchester United star signed with the club, which sits last in the Eastern Conference at 4-9-6. Rooney had several chances, including a shot from inside the penalty area in the 65th minute that goalkeeper Evan Bush pushed over the bar.
Matteo Mancosu scored early for Montreal (9-13-1).
Orlando City 3, New England Revolution 3
ORLANDO, Fla. — Scott Sutter finished Yoshimar Yotun's free kick in the 93rd minute in give Orlando City a 3-3 tie with the New England Revolution on Saturday night, with each team snapping a three-game losing streak.
Yotun also had a free kick in the 71st minute that Amro Tarek headed home to make it 2-all for Orlando (7-14-2). Yotun was sent off violent conduct in the eighth minute of second-half stoppage time.
Teal Bunbury gave the Revs (7-7-8) a 3-2 lead in the 76th minute after entering as a substitute in the 74th. He found some space in the right side of the area before slotting it past goalkeeper Earl Edwards Jr.
Juan Agudelo opened the scoring for New England in the seventh minute with a header flick to finish Brandon Bye's throw-in from a narrow angle. Cristian Penilla drilled home a right-footed shot in the 18th minute after Luis Caicedo forced a defensive miscue in the Orlando City backfield.
Dom Dwyer pulled Orlando City ton 2-1, finishing Tony Rocha's cross from close range in the 45th minute.
NYCFC 2, Vancouver Whitecaps 2
NEW YORK — Erik Hurtado scored in the 87th minute to give the Vancouver Whitecaps a 2-2 tie with New York City FC on Saturday night.
Brek Shea sent in a wide cross and Hurtado one-timed it from behind the right side of the 6-yard box into the middle of the net.
Nicolas Mezquida opened the scoring for the Whitecaps (8-9-6) in the 22nd minute with a low hard shot from behind the penalty arc.
Jesus Medina tied it for NYCFC (13-5-5) in the first minute of first-half stoppage time, stopping Anton Tinnerholm's pass in the area and cutting outside with his second touch to create space for an open shot.
Valentin Castellanos gave City a 2-1 lead in his MLS debut, finishing Jo Inge Berget's cross in the 46th minute.
Colorado Rapids 2, LA Galaxy 1
COMMERCE CITY, Colo. — Sam Nicholson scored in the 90th minute and the Colorado Rapids ended the Los Angeles Galaxy's nine-game unbeaten streak with a 2-1 victory Saturday night.
Nicholson made a run into the middle of the area and finished Edgar Castillo's cutback pass with just enough air under the shot to stay out of the goalkeeper's reach.
Kellyn Acosta leveled it for the Rapids (5-12-5) in the 50th minute with a sustained dribble across the field and a low hard finish across the grain. It was Acosta's second goal in as many games since being traded from FC Dallas to Colorado.
Colorado's defensive miscommunication in the 33rd minute led to Romain Alessandrini putting Tommy Smith's botched clearance back into the net for the Galaxy (10-8-5).
Sporting Kansas City 1, Houston Dynamo 0
HOUSTON — Diego Rubio scored in the 74th minute and Sporting Kansas City held on to beat the 10-man Houston Dynamo 1-0 on Saturday night.
Gianluca Busio flicked Graham Zusi's ball in front of Rubio, who caught it with a chest trap and finished with a right-footed shot. The 16-year-old Busio was making his first MLS start.
Houston's Alejandro Fuenmayor was sent off in the 14th minute for excessive contact with Busio during an aerial challenge.
Sporting KC (10-6-6) snapped a two-game skid and a five-game winless streak. Houston (7-9-6) lost its third in a row.
Real Salt Lake 2, Chicago Fire 1
SANDY, Utah — Damir Kreilach scored twice and Real Salt Lake beat Chicago 2-1 on Saturday night for the Fire's sixth consecutive loss.
Kreilach cut inside the defender on his run to finish Joao Plata's cross from close range, capping the scoring for RSL (10-9-4) in the 75th minute. Kreilach opened the scoring in first-half stoppage time with a header on Jefferson Savarino's cross.
Bastian Schweinsteiger hammered a shot from 30 yards out to tie it at 1 in the 48th minute for the Fire (6-13-5).
Portland Timbers 3, Philadelphia Union 0
PORTLAND, Ore. — Diego Valeri and Dairon Asprilla each scored on a penalty kick, and the Portland Timbers extended their unbeaten streak to 15 games with a 3-0 victory over the Philadelphia Union on Saturday night.
Portland improved to 10-0-5 since its last loss on April 8 at Orlando. The undefeated run matches the club's MLS record of 15 games set in 2013.
Philadelphia rested many of its starters - including captain Alejandro Bedoya - in anticipation of Wednesday's U.S. Open Cup semifinal.
David Guzman also scored for the Timbers on a header in the 87th minute.
Valeri's penalty came after Philadelphia's Fabinho pulled down Alvas Powell in the 58th minute. Warren Creavalle tripped Valeri in the box for Asprilla's PK in the 84th minute.
It was Portland's first match without Fanendo Adi, who signed with FC Cincinnati this week. Adi, who had been with the Timbers since 2014, scored a late goal that gave Portland a 2-1 victory over Houston last weekend.
FC Cincinnati, currently with the lower-tier USL, will join Major League Soccer as an expansion team next season.
The Timbers were without Sebastian Blanco because of yellow card accumulation. Samuel Armenteros, who was listed as questionable with a sore back, started for Portland.
Bedoya was listed as a sub for the match but entered in the 66th minute after Valeri's goal.
Philadelphia hosts the Chicago Fire in the U.S. Open Cup semifinals. Other regular starters who were subs for the game included Hari Mendunjanin, Raymon Gaddis and David Accam. Coach Jim Curtain started forward C.J. Sapong and defender Keegan Rosenberry.
The match was scoreless after the first half. Portland's best chance appeared to be a shot by Andy Polo that sailed just over the goal in the 34th minute. Just before that, Timbers goalkeeper Jeff Attinella lunged to grab Sapong's left-footed shot toward the far post.
Sapong had another opportunity in the opening minute of the second half but Attinella came away with another save.