MLS: Real Salt Lake 3, Toronto 2

April 29, 2012 at 12:52 AM

SANDY, Utah, April 29 (UPI) -- Substitute Jonny Steele scored late in stoppage time Saturday and Real Salt Lake handed Toronto FC a seventh straight loss to start the season, 3-2.

Steele buried the winning goal in the 93rd minute to give RSL (6-3-1) its first triumph in four games.

Kyle Beckerman scored the game's first marker in the 7th minute and Salt Lake also benefited from an own-goal by Toronto's Richard Eckersley.

Eric Avila and Donell Henry tallied for TFC (0-7-0), which has tied the 1999 Kansas City Wizards for the worst start in MLS history.

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