Montreal Impact and New York Red Bulls remain winless in the MLS Eastern Conference this season after playing out a 2-2 draw tonight.
Montreal Impact and New York Red Bulls remain winless in the MLS Eastern Conference this season after cancelling each other out in the 2-2 draw tonight.
The Canadian outfit raced into an early lead as Andres Romero broke clear of the defence before curling beyond goalkeeper Joel Robles after five minutes.
The Red Bulls overturned the deficit with a quickfire double on the half-hour mark, though.
Jonny Steele latched onto Lloyd Sam's back-post cross to head home the equaliser, before the goalscorer turned provider to set up Peguy Luyindula to turn the game on its head three minutes later.
Former Charlton Athletic striker Bradley Wright-Phillips then missed the chance to open up a two-goal lead by missing a penalty early in the second half.
It swiftly proved a costly miss as Felipe Martins headed home a Justin Mapp cross on 59 minutes, as both sides were forced to share the spoils.
Result: Luyindula rescues a point for New York >