The Seattle Sounders scored twice in the final minutes to come from beind for a 2-1 CONCACAF Champions League win over Olimpia of Honduras.
The Sounders trailed in the 90th minute, when Erik Friberg headed in the tying goal.
However, Seattle drew a penalty kick in stoppage time, and Brad Evans knocked that home for the 2-1 win.
The result sends the Soudners to the top of CCL Group 4 at 1-0-1, ahead of Vancouver 0-0-1 and Olimpia 0-1-0.
The teams will meet again next Wednesday in Honduras.
Before that, the Sounders will visit Real Salt Lake on Saturday in MLS play.