Tim Cahill scored twice, including a header in the 89th minute that gave the New York Red Bulls a 2-1 victory in Toronto on Saturday.
Cahill’s tiebreaking goal came off a cross by Thierry Henry and gave New York (4-4-2) its second straight win and third in its last four matches.
Jonathan Osorio had the tying goal for Toronto (1-3-4) in the 83d minute.
Toronto came in off four straight draws in MLS play, including three in which it gave up a lead in injury time.
Crew 3, United 0 — Dominic Oduro, Josh Williams, and Federico Higuain scored in the first half to help host Columbus (3-2-3) beat D.C. United (1-6-1) after a videoboard fire delayed the start 50 minutes.
The teams were warming up when the blaze broke out in the top of the videoboard in a speaker cabinet about 25 minutes before scheduled kickoff. Fans were cleared from the area and no one was injured, team president Mark McCullers said.FC Dallas 2, Whitecaps 2 — Kekuta Manneh and Camilo scored three minutes apart to give host Vancouver a tie with MLS-leading FC Dallas. Dallas (7-1-2) remained unbeaten in six games. The Whitecaps (2-3-3) remained unbeaten in three games at home, but have gone six games overall without a win. Timbers 3, Sporting KC 2 — Rodney Wallace scored in the 58th minute, lifting visiting Portland (3-1-4) to a victory over Kansas City. Chance Myers scored the first two goals of his career for Sporting (4-3-2), including the third-fastest score in club history (40 seconds). Galaxy 2, Real Salt Lake 0 — Mike Magee and Charlie Rugg scored early in the first half and Los Angeles coasted by host Real Salt Lake (3-4-2). Brian Rowe earned a shutout in his MLS debut for the Galaxy (4-1-2).
Impact 2, Fire 0 — Andres Romero scored his first MLS goal and Marco Di Vaio also scored in the second half, lifting host Montreal (5-1-1) past Chicago (2-5-1).
Earthquakes 2, Chivas USA 2 — Cordell Cato scored in the 76th minute to help San Jose erase a second-half deficit as host San Jose (3-3-4) beat Chivas USA (3-4-2).