WASHINGTON (AP) — Sunusi Ibrahim and Ariel Lassiter scored two minutes apart late in the second half to help CF Montreal tie D.C. United 2-2 on Wednesday night.
Ibrahim, who entered in the 61st minute, became just the second player in club history to record a goal and an assist off the bench in the same game. His assist on Lassiter’s goal in the 82nd minute completed the come-from-behind draw.
D.C. United opened the scoring just before halftime when Donovan Pines headed in a cross from Mateusz Klich for his second goal of the season. Theodore Ku-Dipietro sent home a deflected ball in front of the net to make it 2-0 in the 59th.
Montreal (6-8-1), which is 1-7-1 on the road this season after being outscored 21-5, travels to play the Philadelphia Union on Saturday. D.C. United (5-6-5) hits the road to play Inter Miami on Saturday.
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