ORLANDO, Fla. — Scott Sutter tied it in the first minute of second-half stoppage time and Orlando City snapped the Philadelphia Union's four-game winning streak with a 2-2 draw Saturday night.
Fabrice-Jean Picault gave the Union a 2-1 lead in the 88th minute, dribbling back-and-forth to find open space outside the area and striking it into the upper left corner.
Sutter answered with his second goal in as many games, finishing Josue Colman's back-heel flick from the right side of the area.
Cory Burke got on the end of Borek Dockal's cross with a close range header to tie it in the 32nd minute.
Dom Dwyer opened the scoring for Orlando in the ninth minute, flicking Yoshimar Yotun's free kick along with a header into the right side of the net.
Dockal left the game in the 40th minute with an apparent ankle injury.
Orlando City is winless in its last seven games.
CARSON, Calif. — Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored twice in the first half and the LA Galaxy beat the Philadelphia Union 2-0 on Saturday night for their fourth straight victory.
Ibrahimovic opened the scoring with a header in the 27th minute for the Galaxy (5-1-0). He drew a penalty five minutes later and converted it into the left corner in the 36th minute. The Swedish forward has six goals this season and 28 in 31 MLS appearances.
Philadelphia went down a man in the 76th minute when Auston Trusty was shown a red card for unsporting behavior.
The Union's Marco Fabian left in the 23rd minute because of a left ankle injury.
Philadelphia (3-3-1) had won three straight and was unbeaten in four.
CHESTER, Pa. — Cory Burke and Alejandro Bedoya scored a pair of late goals on Saturday night to rally the Philadelphia Union to its third straight win, 2-1 over FC Dallas.
Bedoya scored the go-ahead goal in the second minute of stoppage time, settling Ilsinho's pass and cutting back to create space for a low left-footed finish.
Cory Burke scored a putback off Marco Fabian's blocked penalty shot to tie it at 1 for the Union (3-2-1) in the 85th minute. Burke drew the penalty against Matt Hedges.
Reto Ziegler opened the scoring with a free kick for FC Dallas (3-2-1) in the 10th minute.