Toronto FC twice came from behind with ten men to force a 2-2 draw away to Sporting Kansas City in the MLS. In a match that saw all goals scored by Englishmen, Bradley Orr headed home in the first minute of second-half stoppage time to pinch a point for the visitors, who had been down a man after Steven Caldwell was sent off just after the hour mark.
Dom Dwyer, who has yet to play professionally in England, put Sporting Kansas City ahead in the 47th minute with a fine finish, drilling in a cut-back with his left foot from 15 yards, finding the bottom right corner.
Caldwell's 63rd-minute dismissal was followed four minutes later by a Toronto leveller, as Jermain Defoe slid a pass into the path of Luke Moore who applied a slick finish.
Dwyer's penalty in the 84th minute nudged Kansas in front again, before Orr had the final say, the defender on loan from Blackburn getting in front of goalkeeper Eric Kronberg to nod in a right-wing cross from close range.
Kansas edged up to second place in the Eastern Conference with their point, with Toronto climbing to sixth position.