Two dramatic goals in stoppage time from Chinonso Offor and Romell Quioto saw Montreal pick up its first points of the Major League Soccer season in a back-and-forth 3-2 win over Philadelphia Union on Saturday night at Olympic Stadium.
Quioto scored a brace and Offor added another in Montreal's (1-3-0) home opener, while Mikael Uhre scored a brace for Philadelphia (2-2-0).
Montreal pressing early paid off and they won the ball high up the pitch multiple times. Less than two minutes in the aggressive pressure paid dividends as Lassi Lappalainen laid the ball off for Mathieu Choiniere whose shot was blocked by a handball.
It was on Quioto to convert the penalty and did so by smashing the ball into the top left corner. Following the goal, Philadelphia looked for an equalizer and began pushing further up field.Read more on cbc.ca