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Revs Rally Past United

Washington — Diego Fagundez scored his second goal in as many matches to lift the New England Revolution to a 2-1 comeback victory over D.C. United on Saturday.

Dimitry Imbongo also scored for the Revolution (8-7-6), who won their first game this season in which they also allowed a goal and won consecutive road matches for the first time this season.

Fagundez leads New England with seven goals.

Luis Silva scored his second goal in just his second appearance for D.C. United (2-15-4), who have lost four with a draw in their past five matches.

Silva, acquired from Toronto earlier this month in a trade, is tied for the club lead with two goals for a league-worst offense that has only managed 10 goals in 21 matches this season.

New England scored twice in nine minutes to turn a one-goal deficit into a one-goal lead.

Fagundez put the Revolution ahead in the 63rd minute when he headed in the rebound after Saer Sene’s shot hit the goal.

Imbongo tied it for New England in the 54th when he outraced Taylor Kemp to reach Chris Tierney’s cross and guide it into the goal.

United failed to convert a pair of chances inside the final 10 minutes to tie it when Bobby Shuttleworth saved Lionard Pajoy’s one-on-one effort, and Sainey Nyassi blasted a 15-yard shot wide of the left post.

Toronto FC 2, Crew 1

Toronto — Andrew Wiedeman scored in the third minute of stoppage time to give Toronto FC a victory against Columbus and its first home win in more than a year.

Toronto (3-10-8) snapped a 16 match winless streak.

Under driving rain, Wiedeman lunged and chipped a left-footed shot past Crew goalkeeper Andy Gruenebaum to give TFC its first victory at the lakefront stadium since July 18, 2012. The Reds were 0-7-9 over that stretch.

Impact 1, Sporting KC 0

Montreal — Rookie Blake Smith scored in extra time and Montreal ended a five-game winless slide with a victory over Sporting Kansas City.

Marco Di Vaio slipped a pass on the left side for a low shot between goalie Jimmy Nielsen’s legs to end what had been a tight defensive struggle between two of the top clubs in the Eastern Conference.

Smith did a triple back flip to celebrate the goal.

Red Bulls 4, RSL 3

Harrison, n.j. — Dax McCarty scored on a header four minutes into extra time to lift New York over Real Salt Lake.

Fabian Espindola scored two goals for New York — both on penalty kicks — and the second came with just two minutes remaining in regulation. Tim Cahill, who recovered from a knee injury suffered early in the game, also scored for the Red Bulls (10-7-5).

Rapids 2, Galaxy 0

Commerce City, Colo. — Hendry Thomas scored in the 41st minute and Colorado shut out Los Angeles.

Dillon Powers added a goal and an assist for Colorado (9-7-7). The Rapids beat the Galaxy for the first time in seven meetings and had been 0-5-1 over that span.

Union 1, Whitecaps 0

Vancouver, British Columbia — Second-half substitute Antoine Hoppenot scored in the 85th minute to give Philadelphia a victoroy over a Vancouver side that played with 10 men most of the match.

Philadelphia (9-6-7) remained unbeaten in three games, while the Whitecaps (9-7-5) lost their second straight game.

Hoppenot scored off a Philadelphia counterattack moments after Union goalkeeper Zac MacMath had robbed Whitecaps striker Camilo at the other end.

The Whitecaps were a man down from the 8th minute, when midfielder Jun Marques Davidson received a red card for head-butting Keon Daniel in the back. The incident resulted after Keon kicked the ball while Davidson was on top of it after a whistle.

Daniel received a yellow card for the infraction and had turned to walk away following a confrontation with Davidson when the Whitecaps player struck him.