If you skipped the first hour and didn't tune into the Montreal Impact vs. the Columbus Crew until the last 30 minutes then you have impeccable timing. It took until the 58th minute for either team to actually put a shot on goal, but it ended with three goals in the last 26 minutes and a 2-1 comeback win for the Impact.
Milovan Mirosevic struck for the opening goal when the Impact failed to mark him and Donovan Ricketts wasn't much better so the blame could be spread around, not that the Crew cared. They were ahead and considering how inept Montreal looked going forward, it felt as if it would stay that way.
The Crew did not account for equally poor defending on their end, though. Zarek Valentin took a pass from Sanna Nyassi and with nobody looking keen to defend him, Valentin raced in to slot one past Andy Gruenebaum for the equalizer.
Then in the 89th minute the Crew conceded a penalty when Chris Birchall clumsily ran over Justin Mapp. The referee had no choice except to point to the spot and Patrice Bernier converted the kick for the winning goal.
Neither team played particularly well, but at least it entertained late. Even if they were the result of bad defending, you can't complain about the drama of three late goals and a comeback win in the waning minutes.