Montreal scored twice in the final two minutes to rally from behind to claim a 2-1 victory away to Columbus Crew in the MLS on Wednesday, in a game delayed by inclement weather.
Lucas Zelarayan had fired the Crew into a 14th-minute lead with a low shot but Montreal hit back late, to help them move into third in the Eastern Conference.
Kei Kamara nodded in Alistair lex Johnston’s 89th-minute corner, before Joel Waterman got in behind the defence from Lassi Lappalainen’s lofted pass to squeeze home the winner in the 94th minute.
90’4 HALLUCINANT @16Waterman
— CF Montréal (@cfmontreal) August 4, 2022
Inter Miami breathed life into their season with a 1-0 road win over San Jose Earthquakes to move up to eighth in the Eastern Conference.
Juan Mota’s spectacular left-foot strike in the 12th minute was the difference, while Gonzalo Higuain’s skill went unrewarded after a mazy run early in the second half.
— Inter Miami CF (@InterMiamiCF) August 4, 2022
Charlotte stayed ahead of Inter with a 3-0 home victory over DC United moving them up to seventh in the east.
Steven Birnbaum’s 13th-minute own goal separated the sides, before second-half strikes from Karol Swiderski and Quinn McNeil within four minutes settled the contest.
Portland Timbers and Nashville drew 1-1 keeping both sides in the middle of the Western Conference standings.
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