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Tierney lifts Revolution to draw with Toronto FC

TORONTO -- Chris Tierney scored in second-half stoppage time to complete New England's comeback and lift the Revolution to a 2-2 draw with Toronto FC on Saturday.

With the Revolution trailing 2-0, Blake Brettschneider cut the deficit in half in the 71st minute as he knocked in a rebound past Toronto goalie Milos Kocic, before Tierney secured a point for the visitors.

Danny Koevermans put Toronto ahead in the 4th minute and Ryan Johnson doubled the lead in the 42nd, before it gave up a two-goal lead for the second straight game. Houston scored two late goals to pull to a 3-3 draw against Toronto on Wednesday.

Both Toronto goals came from headers inside the 18-yard box on pinpoint crosses from the left side by defender and Canadian international Ashtone Morgan.

Union 4, Sporting 0 At Chester, Pennsylvania, Jack McInerney scored twice and Philadelphia beat Sporting Kansas City 4-0 to win its first match in six.

Lionard Pajoy converted a penalty in the 81st minute after Antoine Hoppenot was fouled in the box before Hoppenot added a fourth for the Union in the 87th.

Philadelphia entered the game having scored a league-low eight goals. However, McInerney got the Union on the board early with a goal in the second minute. He added his second in the 43rd minute.

Philadelphia won for the first time since beating Chivas USA 1-0 on April 21 and move to 11 points, six clear of bottom-placed Toronto, who drew 2-2 at home to New England.

Impact 4, Dynamo 2 At Montreal, Hassoun Camara got his first MLS goal and Patrice Bernier scored a second-half penalty to lift Montreal to a 4-2 victory over Houston.

Sanna Nyassi and Davy Arnaud scored first-half goals for Montreal, but goals to Houston duo Will Bruin and Brad Davis saw the teams locked at 2-2 at the break.

The Impact restored its lead when Arnaud flicked Martins' corner kick to Camara, who scored with a header at the far post in the 60th minute. After Felipe went down in the penalty area following a light shove from Geoff Cameron eight minutes later, Bernier converted the penalty kick.

Houston's Adam Moffat received a straight red card after bringing Montreal's Felipe Martins down in the 73rd minute to end any chance of a Houston comeback.

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Toronto FC's Danny Koevermans, right, beats New England Revolution's A.J. Soares to head the ball past goalkeeper Matt Reis to score his team's opening goal during first half MLS soccer action in Toronto, Saturday, June 23. (AP)

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