NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Luke Haakenson scored his first two MLS goals late in Nashville's 3-2 comeback victory over Toronto FC on Wednesday night.
Haakenson tied it in the 83rd with a close-range finish after C.J. Sapong knocked down a header into the area. Haakenson gave Nashville (3-1-5) the lead in the second minute of stoppage time, finishing the Nashville break with a right-footed shot from 15 yards into the left corner.
Patrick Mullins gave Toronto (1-6-2) a 2-1 lead two minutes before Haakenson's first goal, heading home Michael Bradley's corner.
Jonathan Osorio punched home Auro's well-placed cross in the 26th minute to open the scoring for Toronto.
Jack Maher tied it for Nashville in the 62nd minute with his first MLS goal, striking a right-footed volley to finish Hany Mukhtar's corner.
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