By The Numbers | Timbers with two late, clutch goals against defensive Colorado

The Portland Timbers fought back from two one-goal deficits to earn a 2-2 draw against the Colorado Rapids Wednesday night at Providence Park. Here are three numbers to know from #PORvCOL.


Felipe Mora's second half goal was his third in his past four games, his team-leading 10th goal of the season and the sixth scored with his head. The forward's six headed goals leads MLS.


Sebastián Blanco's game-tying goal in the 91st minute was the latest goal allowed by the Colorado Rapids all season. It was also only the third goal they have allowed after the 75th minute and ninth goal they have allowed in the second half.


The game featured Portland setting a new team consecutive shutout record of 395 minutes.