Toronto FC gets dramatic draw with MLS-leading FC Dallas | Soccer
Darel Russell's 90th-minute goal gave host Toronto FC a 2-2 draw with league-leading FC Dallas in a Major League Soccer match.
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TORONTO — Darel Russell capped a remarkable comeback with a goal in the 90th minute, giving Toronto FC a 2-2 draw with FC Dallas in a Major League Soccer match Saturday.
Russell hammered a right-footed shot from just outside the penalty area off the post and in to beat goalkeeper Raul Fernandez. It was redemption for the fullback, who was victimized on both Los Angeles goals in a 2-2 draw last weekend.
Substitute Justin Braun assisted on the tying goal after scoring one himself in the 85th minute when defender Matt Hedges failed to clear the ball.
Andrew Jacobson and Blas Perez scored for league-leading FC Dallas, which had won three straight, including two consecutive shutouts. Braun's goal ended the shutout streak at 272 minutes.
their first victory
PORTLAND — Ryan Johnson scored two goals and Portland beat the Houston Dynamo 2-0 for its first MLS victory of the season.
Johnson scored goals in the 55th and 73rd minutes as the Timbers (1-1-3) beat Houston for the first time in their three-year history.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Corey Hertzog took advantage of a temporary two-man advantage to score his first MLS goal, giving the Vancouver Whitecaps a 1-1 tie against San Jose.
Hertzog scored from 9 yards in the 62nd minute, as San Jose defender Victor Bernardez and forward Alan Gordon stood on the sideline. They had left roughly 90 seconds earlier to change their shoes on a slick night.
Chris Wondolowski scored for San Jose.
Other MLS matches
At Crew 1, Union 1
Dominic Oduro scored in the 72nd minute as Columbus rallied for a draw with Philadelphia. Jack McInerney of the Union scored in the 34th minute.
At Rapids 1, Salt Lake 0
Atiba Harris scored in the fifth minute and Clint Irwin posted a shutout for Colorado.
• Bayern Munich clinched the title in the Bundesliga, Germany's top league, with a record six matches to spare, winning 1-0 at Eintracht Frankfurt.
Bastian Schweinsteiger scored in the 52nd minute for Bayern Munich (24-1-3), the first team to clinch this season in a major European league.