Toronto, ON (Sports Network) - Sheanon Williams picked a fine time to produce his first goal of the season as he scored in the 85th minute to earn the Philadelphia Union a point in a 1-1 draw Toronto FC on Saturday.
Eric Hassli had given the home side the advantage when he slotted home a pass from Luis Silva in the 58th minute.
Toronto looked to be on its way to a rare victory only to concede a late goal like it has countless times over the course of the season.
Antoine Hoppenot collected a pass from Roger Torres on the right flank and slid a nifty ball across the face of goal where Williams was waiting to tuck home the easy chance.
The two sides remain separated by five points at the bottom of the Eastern Conference as Toronto (5-17-7) stays in the cellar on 22 points while Philadelphia (7-13-6) looks all but certain to miss the postseason with 27 points through 26 games.
Never a stranger to the big stage, David Beckham was finally overwhelmed and reduced to tears as he went out in a burst of fireworks and cheers Saturday in his final home game for Paris Saint-Germain before retirement.
RailHawks take out Galaxy 2-1 The Carolina RailHawks scored twice in the second half to upset the L.A. Galaxy of the MLS at WakeMed Soccer Park Tuesday in front of a sell-out crowd during the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.
Shriver, RailHawks top Ft. Lauderdale, 3-1 Behind two Brian Shriver goals the Carolina RailHawks beat Ft. Lauderdale 3-1 Saturday and improved to 2-1-0 on the season. They currently sit atop the NASL standings with 7 points.
Back of the Net Soccer Show with Charlie Slagle 9/4/10 CASL CEO Charlie Slagle hosted Vice President for Sports Marketing for the Greater Raleigh Convention & Visitors Bureau, Scott Dupree, Jeff Witt from the "Magnificent Mile", Director of Coaching Development of the NSCAA, Jeff Tipping, and former US National Team star Claudio Reyna on 99.9FM The Fan ESPN Radio.