Bernardello’s late goal lifts Impact to 1-1 tie with United
WASHINGTON (AP) — Hernan Bernardello scored in the 86th minute to give the Montreal Impact a 1-1 tie with D.C. United on Sunday night.
Bernardello, who signed with Montreal (7-5-9) on July 24, came on for Kyle Bekker in the 71st. His goal, off a feed from Matteo Mancosu, was his first in MLS play. He played 28 combined matches for Montreal in 2013 and 2014.
Patrick Mullins bounced a header, off the entry by Taylor Kemp, off the ground into the top-right corner in the 19th minute. It was the first goal of the season for Mullins, who was acquired from New York City FC on July 20.
United (5-8-8), which outshot the Impact 16-8, is winless in its last five games.
Montreal has just one loss in its last nine matches (3-1-5).
The Impact’s Didier Drogba received a red card in the 81st minute.