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 in Washington on Saturday night in Major League Soccer action.
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 in 2013.
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.
The Revolution scored twice in nine minutes to turn a one-goal deficit into a one-goal lead.
Fagundez put the Revolution ahead in the 63d minute when he headed in the rebound after Saer Sene’s shot hit the post.
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.
Silva put United ahead in the eighth minute when he collected John Thorrington’s through-ball and drove a dipping effort past a diving Shuttleworth from 25 yards.
New England’s Kevin Allston came on in the 84th minute to make his first appearance since March 30 and since being diagnosed with leukemia.
D.C.’s Kyle Porter left the match in the 59th minute after he appeared to injure his lower back. United’s Dwayne De Rosario entered as a 66th-minute sub after missing United’s past three matches with a hip flexor injury.
Red Bulls 4, Real Salt Lake 3 — Dax McCarty scored on a header four minutes into extra time to lift New York at Harrison, N.J.
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).
New York blew an early 2-0 lead before rallying to gain ground in a tight Eastern Conference. Alvaro Saborio had all three goals for Salt Lake (11-7-4).
Impact 1, Sporting Kansas City 0 — Rookie Blake Smith scored in extra time and host Montreal ended a five-game winless slide.
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.
Montreal (10-5-5) moved within a point of conference-leading Kansas City (10-6-6), with two games in hand. The visitors ended a six-game undefeated streak.
Rapids 2, Galaxy 0 — Dillon Powers had a goal and assisted on a Hendry Thomas strike in the 41st minute to power host Colorado to its first victory over Los Angeles in seven meetings.
Colorado is unbeaten (4-0-2) in its past six games after going through an 0-4-1 stretch.
Los Angeles (10-9-3) was looking for its fifth win in seven matches.
Union 1, Whitecaps 0 — Second-half substitute Antoine Hoppenot scored in the 85th minute to give Philadelphia the victory over host Vancouver, which played with 10 men for most of the match because of a red card.
Philadelphia (9-6-7) remained unbeaten in three games, while the Whitecaps (9-6-6) lost their second straight game.
Fire 1, Dynamo 1 — Cam Weaver scored for host Houston in the 61st minute and Mike Magee scored two minutes later for Chicago.
The Dynamo (8-6-6) are unbeaten in three straight games, while the Fire (7-9-4) are unbeaten in two consecutive games.
Toronto FC 2, Crew 1 — Andrew Wiedeman scored in the third minute of stoppage time to give Toronto FC its first home win in more than a year.
Toronto (3-10-8) snapped a 16-match winless streak.
Earthquakes 2, Timbers 1 — Victor Bernardez struck in the 55th minute off a penalty kick and Steven Lenhart scored three minutes later to lift host San Jose past Portland.
Breakers 5, Spirit 2 — Heather O’Reilly and Rhian Wilkinson each had a goal and an assist as Boston fell behind, 1-0, in the second minute then scored four straight times to beat Washington at Boyds, Md.
The Breakers (6-7-5), who also got goals from Lianne Sanderson, Mariah Nogueira, and Cat Whitehall, remained in the playoff hunt with four games remaining.