Michael Bradley scores a late free kick to earn Toronto a 3-2 win over MLS rivals Portland Timbers.
Toronto have come from two goals down to earn a 3-2 win in their MLS match against Portland Timbers this evening.
Fanendo Adi gave the visitors the lead in the 13th minute when he capitalised on a mistake at the back, before running through to slot past the keeper.
Portland added a second goal just three minutes later when Diego Valeri's shot deflected in off Steven Caldwell.
The hosts pulled a goal back in the 62nd minute through Nick Hagglund, who headed in from Daniel Lovitz's delivery.
They levelled the scores eight minutes later as Hagglund found the net with his second header of the match.
With two minutes left to play Toronto completed the turnaround as Michael Bradley fired in a free kick to seal the points for his side.
Result: Colorado, Portland play out draw >