CF Montreal forced to share spoils as Nashville rallies in entertaining clash

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Mason Toye (13) scores on Nashville SC goalkeeper Joe Willis, left, while being defended by Walker Zimmerman, right, and Nashville Alistair Johnston during Montreal's 2-2 tie on Saturday.  (Christopher Hanewinckel/USA TODAY Sports - image credit)
Mason Toye (13) scores on Nashville SC goalkeeper Joe Willis, left, while being defended by Walker Zimmerman, right, and Nashville Alistair Johnston during Montreal's 2-2 tie on Saturday. (Christopher Hanewinckel/USA TODAY Sports - image credit)

CF Montreal was forced to share the spoils after Nashville SC stormed back from two goals down in an entertaining 2-2 duel in Music City on Saturday.

Montreal's Mason Toye broke the ice in the 13th minute with a beautiful curling shot to score his second goal of the campaign.

Canadian international Zachary Brault-Guillard doubled the lead before the break to put Montreal up 2-0.

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Nashville, however, stormed back after Jhonder Cadiz cut the lead in half in the 54th.

The hosts then found the equalizer in 77th after Hany Mukhtar recovered a loose ball in Montreal's box and sent a low shot toward the near post to seal the comeback.

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More to come.