KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) -- Dom Dwyer scored his ninth and 10th goals to take the Major League Soccer lead in Sporting Kansas City's 2-2 tie with short-handed Toronto FC on Friday night.
Dwyer put Sporting up 1-0 in the 47th minute and 2-1 with a penalty kick in the 84th. He moved past New York's Bradley Wright-Phillips for the MLS lead and became the third player in club history to score in four straight games.
Kansas City (5-4-3), which was playing with a makeshift back line after losing all of its central defenders to injury, international duty and suspension, broke a two-match losing streak with the draw. Toronto is winless in three of its last four.
Second-half sub Luke Moore also scored for Toronto. His 67th-minute goal tied it at 1, about 5 minutes after defender Steven Caldwell was issued a straight red card for a dangerous foul on Sporting's Toni Dovale.