Two goals by midfielder Terry Dunfield salvaged a 3-3 draw for Toronto Atomic in a tough encounter with Scarborough SC in the only game in the Canadian Soccer League Saturday night.
Defender Zdravko Karadachki opened the scoring for Scarborough at Birchmount Stadium, finding the net past Atomic goalkeeper Ihor Vitiv at the 16th minute mark.
Oleksii Zaites tied the game 1-1 for the visitors from the penalty spot following a trip in the box, the tying goal coming at 33 minutes.
Scarborough took the lead at 44 minutes, a goal by forward Aleksander Stojiljkovic and it was 2-1 at the break.
Dunfield struck his first goal at 56 minutes, finding the net past Scarborough goalkeeper Amad Hakura to tie the game 2-2, but the home side took a 3-2 lead at 65 minutes, a goal by forward Kiril Dimitrov.
Dunfield found the net for his second goal of the game and fifth of the season just one minute later, collecting a rebound off the post to slot the ball into the net from six yards for a 3-3 tie. The score remained to the final whistle.
Scarborough remain in second position in the standings with a 8-6-4 WLT record for 28 points, while Toronto Atomic move up to third in the table with a 7-6-6 record for 27 points.
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