Josh Wolff scored two goals late in the second half to help the Kansas City Wizards rally for a 2-all tie with the Chicago Fire in Bridgeview, Ill., on Saturday night.
Wolff’s tying goal came with a minute to go in regulation, as he knocked in a pass from Michael Harrington at the back post, securing a point for the Wizards (2-2-1).
That came after Wolff, a member of the Fire from 1998 to 2002, converted a cross from Claudio Lopez at the same spot of the field in the 78th minute.
The goals were Wolff’s first of the season after he had three in 11 games last year.
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Despite the tie, the Fire (2-0-3) extended its season-opening unbeaten streak to a franchise-record five games.
Brian McBride scored twice in the first half for Chicago.
At Red Bulls 2, Real Salt Lake 0: Macoumba Kanji ended the longest scoring drought in franchise history with a goal in the second minute and added an assist for New York.
The Red Bulls (1-2-2) had scored only one goal in four matches, but that came on an own goal in a 1-1 tie against New England in its home opener March 28.
Kanji knocked home a crossing attempt from Dane Richards that was initially stopped by keeper Nick Rimando just 95 seconds into the game. He later assisted on Juan Pablo Angel’s first goal of the season in the 57th minute. Angel scored 33 goals in his first two seasons with the Red Bulls.
The victory enabled the Red Bulls to continue their domination over Real Salt Lake, improving to 4-0-6 overall, including a 1-0 victory in last year’s MLS Western Conference finals. RSL dropped to 2-2.
Galaxy 1, at Earthquakes 1: Bryan Jordan scored in the 76th minute to lift Los Angeles to the draw with San Jose.
Pablo Campos scored in the first half for San Jose (1-1-2), which played without injured midfielder Darren Huckerby.
San Jose defender Chris Leitch sent a long pass down the middle to Campos, who got behind the entire Galaxy defense. Campos beat goalkeeper Donovan Ricketts.
Los Angeles (0-1-3) tied it when Jordan took a perfect pass from former Earthquakes forward Landon Donovan and headed a shot past goalkeeper Joe Cannon.