HARRISON, New Jersey (AP) — Tim Cahill's header in the final seconds of stoppage time lifted New York to a 2-2 draw with the New England Revolution on Saturday, clinching a Major League Soccer playoff berth for the Eastern Conference-leading Red Bulls.
New England went up 2-1 late in the game after Lee Nguyen converted an 85th-minute penalty and Diego Fagundez found the net in the 90th.
But in stoppage time, Revolution keeper Matt Reis punched away a free kick and Cahill headed it home for the draw.
The Red Bulls are unbeaten in their last six games and lead the Eastern Conference on 53 points.
In other games, the Philadelphia Union moved into the fifth and final playoff spot in the East with a 1-0 win at home over Toronto FC, Sporting Kansas City defeated the Columbus Crew 1-0, the Colorado Rapids trounced the Seattle Sounders 5-1, and FC Dallas and Real Salt Lake drew 1-1.
Veteran Brazilian midfielder Kleberson, acquired by the Union earlier this year in a trade with Brazilian club Esporte Clube Bahia for star Freddy Adu, scored his first MLS goal for Philadelphia on a free kick from 25 yards out in stoppage time.
Philadelphia moved two points clear of Chicago for fifth place in the standings, with three games to play in the season.