Ahmed Hamdi scored two late goals as CF Montreal put back two goals on Saturday and scored a 5-4 win over visiting FC Cincinnati.
Hamdi equalized 4: 4 in the 74th minute and put Montreal in the lead in the 87th minute from just above Tormund.
Playing on its home field for the first time this season, Montreal won its third game in a row.
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Brenner had two goals for Cincinnati, which resulted in his four-game unbeaten streak being abandoned. The Orange and Blue lost to Montreal for the first time in four all-time games.
Montreal midfielder Joaquin Torres almost gave the home crowd an early boost when his second-minute shot hit the crossbar.
But it was the visitors who would strike first in the end. Haris Medunjanin shot a Luciano Acosta cross and hit the right when goalkeeper James Pantemis made it 1-0 with a free kick in the sixth minute.
Montreal had two chances a few minutes later, including a Torres post in the 10th minute, but it was the guests again who took advantage of the capital.
Pantemis brought the ball back to his defender only slowly and a fast Brenner stormed in to double the lead to 2-0 in the 14th minute.
Mason Toye steered a header after a cross from Lassi Lappalainen from goalkeeper Kenneth Vermeer to make it 2-1 in the 21st minute.
Vermeer parried Victor Wanyama, but the ball was loosely in front of him and Torres beat defender Nick Hagglund to equalize 2-2 in the 34th minute.
Gustavo Vallecilla deflected midfielder Alvaro Barreal’s free-kick in the 42nd minute, giving Cincinnati a 3-2 lead.
In the 46th minute, Brenner restored the two-goal lead with a back-and-back kick and sent the ball from defender Joel Waterman and Pantemis.
Toye shortened it to 4-3 after a penalty in the 72nd minute.