Play-off spot secured for Club de Foot Montréal.
On Friday night, CF Montréal came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 with Columbus Crew, doing so in dramatic fashion.
Victor Wanyama halving the deficit in the final minute of normal time, before substitute Zachary Brault-Guillard equalised deep into stoppage time.
That point means Wilfried Nancy’s side are guaranteed a post-season place as they remain second in the east.
With four regular season games to go, can Montréal secure their best-ever MLS finish?
Chicago Fire meanwhile ended their five-match winless run on Saturday, beating Inter Miami 3-1 at SeatGeek Stadium.
Jhon Durán bagging a brace, before star man Xherdan Shaqiri secured the victory.
However, this is surely too little too late for Ezra Hendrickson’s team as they remain 11th, six points below the play-off line.
In fact, Chicago have only featured in the post-season once since 2012, and that statistic surely isn’t going to change.
Will Montréal be too strong at Stade Saputo?