A stoppage-time goal saved the Union from another road loss as the club escaped Toronto with a 1-1 draw.
Jack McInerney, the reigning MLS Player of the Month, scored his league-leading 10th goal to secure the draw. He came into the game with five game-winning scores, tops in MLS. McInerney has 22 goals in 74 matches in a Union jersey.
"Every single game, he just finds a way to get on the board," manager John Hackworth said of McInerney. "We didn't play our best soccer and I don't think Jack was in the best form early in the game and he was getting frustrated, but he kept his nose down and waited for his opportunity and he just continues to score."
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The Union are right back at it Wednesday with a huge contest at PPL Park against the Columbus Crew. After that, the club goes on international break.