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Late drama all over: The MLS weekend in photos

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Late drama all over: The MLS weekend in photos

It was a weekend of late drama in MLS, as goals at the death in Colorado, Seattle, San Jose and New York meant plenty of points were won and lost in stoppage time.

Check out some of the best images from across North America...


Marco Di Vaio tries to hold off Maurice Edu. The veteran striker scored late to give Montreal a 1-1 draw.


Lee Nguyen scored New England's late winner against San Jose, giving the Goonies a taste of their own medicine


Kyle Beckerman and RSL slowed down Jonathan Osorio and Toronto FC in a 3-0 victory.


Eddie Johnson looked for his first D.C. United goal against Chicago on a rainy Saturday.


EJ wouldn't score, but Jhon Kennedy Hurtado (left) opened the scoring in a 2-2 draw at RFK Stadium


Amobi Okugo attemps to score for Philadelphia, with Troy Perkins and Hassoun Camara in close attention


Jordan Harvey opened the scoring, and Kenny Miller added another as Vancouver scored an away win over Houston

Drew Moor can only attempt his tackle in vain as Dom Dwyer scores Sporting KC's stoppage-time winner in Colorado


Peguy Luyindula (left) scored at the death to give the Red Bulls a 1-1 draw at home against Chivas USA


Mauro Diaz scored late to ensure FC Dallas would defeat Portland 2-1


Justin Meram (left) celebrates with his coach Gregg Berhalter as Columbus won late in Seattle

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