LANGFORD, B.C. — A goal in the 76th minute rescued a single point for FC Edmonton Saturday as the club settled for a 2-2 draw with Pacific FC in Canadian Premier League play.
Pacific's Matteo Polisi opened the scoring in the 42nd minute and Terran Campbell put the home side up 2-0 with a goal in the 54th.
Edmonton's Easton Ongaro cut the deficit to a single goal in the 58th minute and Tobias Warschewski scored in the 76th to complete the 2-2 tie.
Pacific outshot Edmonton 11-4, with six attempts on target compared to three for the visitors.
Pacific (6-2-3) remains atop the CPL standings, three points above Valour FC.
Edmonton sits in sixth with a 3-5-3 record.
YORK UNITED FC 3 HFX WANDERERS FC 2
Lowell Wright scored in the 90th minute to give York United a 3-2 win over the Wanderers.
It was a busy first half, with Halifax's Jake Ruby opening the scoring in the 21st minute, Max Ferrari putting away an equalizer in the 39th and João Morelli Neto getting the go-ahead goal just a minute later.
Isaiah Johnston scored for York in the 54th minute to knot the score at 2-2.
The Wanderers (3-5-2) are second last in the CPL standings while United (4-4-3) sits in fifth spot.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Aug. 7, 2021.
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