COMMERCE, Colo. (AP)—Jamie Castrillon scored in the 83rd minute leading the Colorado Rapids to a 3-2 win over the Montreal Impact on Saturday night.
Defender Tyrone Marshall received a red card ejection in the 59th minute.
Colorado was without forward Conor Casey. Casey was held out with a pulled right hamstring suffered May 19 against Sporting Kansas City.
Montreal allowed its MLS-leading fifth penalty kick goal.
The Rapids led 2-1 at the half, but missed a chance at grabbing an early lead. Goalkeeper Donovan Ricketts stopped Castrillon from deep inside the scoring zone, but Castrillon got a foot on the ball again and barely missed a second attempt in the fourth minute.
Brenier scored on a give and go from Felipe Martins in the 15th minute. Brenier put the ball on Martins’ right foot and Brenier took a blind back pass and found the back of the net.
Colorado tied it at 1 on Larentowicz’s penalty kick in the 18th minute. Hassoun Camara held up Wells Thompson deep inside the scoring area that drew the foul and Larentowicz sent a shot past the right leg of Ricketts.
The Rapids took the lead in the 30th minute. Martin Rivero’s set up Moor with a free kick from 35 yards out and Moor’s avoided the dive of Ricketts in the 30th minute.’
Wenger tied it in the 49th minute. Collen Warner threaded the needle to get Wenger the ball and Wenger avoided Moor to get a shot at at empty net.
Sutton replaced Ricketts in goal in the 66th minute and finished the game.
Wenger missed a quality chance in the 69th minute, sending a shot wide of the left post. Rapids Goalkeeper Matt Pickens went down on all fours to stop a shot by Martins in the 81st minute..
- Vanuatu wins 46-0 in Pacific Games football tournament
- LA Galaxy midfielder Stefan Ishizaki heads home to Sweden
- FIFA bans former 2018-2022 WCup inspector for 7 years
- Poll: Russians losing interest in soccer ahead of World Cup
- Italy playmaker Andrea Pirlo joins New York from Juventus
- Carli Lloyd becomes Captain America for US women
- Lloyd hat trick leads US over Japan 5-2 for World Cup title
- Eventful Copa America puts an end to Chilean suffering
- Bradley to make 100th appearance as US opens Gold Cup
- American forward Bobby Wood joins Union Berlin
- CONCACAF details rebuilding plans after FIFA bribery scandal
- Juventus extends Allegri's contract through 2017
- Fenerbahce signs Nani from Manchester United
- Jewsbury scores in stoppage time as Timbers beat Earthquakes
- Keys to the US win over Japan in the Women's World Cup final
- Fiji beats Micronesia 38-0 in Pacific Games soccer match