Major League Soccer gave its fans plenty to celebrate this weekend with 27 goals spread across eight matches, three of which were packed with drama.
The drama started in Montreal and then shifted to Kansas City before making its way out west for the exquisite comeback by San Jose in front of 50,000 fans at Stanford Stadium.
Read on to see how these three matches and the other five played across MLS this weekend went.
Goal: Yordany Alvarez (RSL) 45'
Real Salt Lake ended the three-match unbeaten streak of Toronto FC on a strike by Yordany Alvarez that came right before halftime.
The screaming shot from right outside of the penalty area was the first goal that RSL ever scored in Toronto.
While Alvarez's goal was clutch, the performance of keeper Nick Rimando was also as clutch as you can get as he made a huge save in second-half stoppage time to preserve the victory.
The win was the fifth in six matches for the Western Conference leaders, while Toronto suffered its first loss since May 25.
Goals: Amobi Okugo (PHI) 20'; Walker Zimmerman (FCD) 24'; Aaron Wheeler (PHI) 87'; Blas Perez (FCD) 97'
For the second consecutive week, FC Dallas had to rescue a point away from their match with a late equalizer.
This week at PPL Park, it was Blas Perez who did the honors with his 97th-minute goal that made a mockery of the Philadelphia defense.
Union keeper Zac MacMath failed to catch Michel's free kick, and in the aftermath of his mistake, Perez headed home the equalizer.
Before all the chaos at the end of the match, the Union scored two goals that were both assisted by defender Sheanon Williams.
Goal: Camilo Sanvezzo (VAN) PK 48'
One of the hottest goal-scorers in MLS at the moment delivered the match-winner for the Whitecaps during their East Coast excursion to RFK Stadium.
Camilo Sanvezzo slammed home his 48th minute penalty to hand Vancouver a win over D.C. and propel his scoring streak to four consecutive matches.
With Sanvezzo firing on all cylinders, the Whitecaps have won four of their last five matches.
Goals: Atiba Harris (COL) 23'; Hassoun Camara (MTL) 38'; Daniele Paponi (MTL) 42', 72'; Dillon Powers (COL) 59'; Deshorn Brown (COL) 77'; Tony Cascio (COL) 95'
After six goals in a back-and-forth thriller at Stade Saputo, Tony Cascio put the icing on the cake with a 95th-minute winner for the visiting Rapids.
Cascio sent the Montreal crowd into a stunned silence with his goal that was produced on a counterattack.
Before Cascio ended the match on a high note, six stunning goals were produced by both sides, including a bicycle kick from the ground by Montreal's Hassoun Camara in the 38th minute.
As for the Impact, who are still on top of the Eastern Conference standings, they suffered their first loss at home this season.
Goals: Kei Kamara (SKC) 34'; 80'; Jairo Arrieta (CLB) 48'; Claudio Bieler (SKC) 50'; Dominic Oduro (CLB) 53'
Whenever the heart-shaped hands of Kei Kamara are flashed to the home supporters at Sporting Park, it is usually a sign of a good night.
Kamara scored the opening and closing goals of Sporting's match against Columbus to boost the home side into second place in the Eastern Conference.
In between the duo of Kamara goals, three second-half goals were scored in a timespan of five minutes.
During that five-minute span, Claudio Bieler and Dominic Oduro climbed up the Golden Boot standings as they both scored their eighth goal of the season for their respective clubs.
Goal: Marcelo Sarvas (LA) 20'; Hector Jimenez (LA) 65'; Alan Gordon (SJ) 68', 93'; Shea Salinas (SJ) 92
Down a man in front of over 50,000 fans at Stanford Stadium, the Earthquakes delivered a comeback for the ages in the final minutes of the second half.
Shea Salinas and Alan Gordon added to the "Goonies Never Say Die" mantra with two stoppage-time goals to defeat California rival Los Angeles.
Gordon also scored a goal in the 68th minute that revitalized the fate of the San Jose comeback.
Not only did the Earthquakes give their own fans something to celebrate, but the amazing atmosphere at Stanford Stadium will be something for the entire league to celebrate as well.
Goal: Laurent Courtois (CHV) 18'; Chad Barrett (NE) 88'
As for the match that was rightfully overshadowed by the California Clasico, Chivas USA and New England played to a draw at the StubHub Center.
Laurent Courtois' strike in the 18th minute handed the hosts the lead before they once again disappointed their home fans and failed to earn a full three points.
In the 88th minute, Chad Barrett rescued a point for the Revolution on the West Coast, but in all honesty, they should have easily beaten the lowlifes of the Western Conference.
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Goal: Fabian Espindola (NY) 60'; Jonny Steele (NY) 88'
The Red Bulls moved within a point of Montreal in the race for first place in the Eastern Conference with a win over Houston at Red Bull Arena.
Fabian Espindola and Jonny Steele recorded a second-half goal apiece for the hosts as they took advantage of a weakened Houston squad.
The Dynamo, who were playing without Brad Davis and Boniek Garcia, suffered their fourth loss in seven matches and they have failed to win since May 8.
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