SANDY, Utah (AP) -Los Angeles' Landon Donovan scored a goal in each half as the Galaxy came from two goals down against Real Salt Lake to win 3-2 over Major League Soccer's Western Conference leader on Wednesday.
Mike Magee also scored for Los Angeles, which notched only its fifth win in 15 games this season.
Kyle Beckerman and Alvaro Saborio each scored first-half goals for RSL, which saw its seven-game unbeaten streak snapped in stunning fashion. It was the first time in club history that Salt Lake had lost an MLS game after building a two-goal lead.
Colorado Rapids 1, San Jose Earthquakes 2
In Commerce, Colorado, Chris Wondolowski converted a stoppage-time penalty as visiting San Jose stunned Colorado with two late goals.
An own goal levelled the game in the 83rd minute. Wondolowski, who returned after missing two games on national team duty, then netted his MLS-leading 12th goal of the season for the winner. The penalty was awarded against Colorado goalkeeper Matt Pickens for bringing down Alan Gordon.
It was Gordon who was indirectly responsible for the Earthquakes' equalizer, with his shot diverted in by Rapids defender Hunter Freeman.
Brian Mullan had scored with a header in the 18th minute for Colorado.
Houston Dynamo 3, Toronto 3
In Houston, Will Bruin scored two late goals as Houston salvaged a home draw against lowly Toronto.
Danny Koevermans scored twice for Toronto, which built a 3-1 lead at halftime and looked on course for only its second win of the season.
However Houston cut the deficit to 3-2 in the 73rd minute as Bruin took a pass from Brad Davis at the top of the box and chipped in from 16 yards.
The Dynamo's 90th minute equalizer came as Bruin headed in a cross from Geoff Cameron.
Three Toronto players arrested for public intoxication earlier in the week were sent home before the game: Miguel Aceval, Luis Silva and Nick Soolsma.