Jack McInerney nets an 88th-minute winner as Columbus Crew score twice in the final 10 minutes to beat Sporting Kansas City 3-2 in Ohio.
Columbus Crew snatched victory from the jaws of defeat by scoring twice in the final 10 minutes to beat Sporting Kansas City 3-2 in Ohio this morning.
Marcel De Jong opened the scoring for Kansas on 14 minutes, but Ethan Finlay tapped home Kei Kamara's cross from point-blank range to level up shortly after the half-hour mark.
On 62 minutes, Kamara saw his effort well saved by Tim Melia in an incident which proved crucial as the visitors, from the resulting counter-attack, scored through Graham Zusi.
Ten minutes from the end, Tony Tchani levelled up in superb fashion as his right-footed effort left Melia with no chance en route to the top corner.
There was still one more twist, though, as second-half substitute Jack McInerney climbed off the bench to fire home from close range on 88 minutes to snatch all three points.
Result: Toronto come from behind to snatch point >