David Villa scores two as New York City FC and Toronto FC draw
New York City FC's David Villa scored twice, but Sebastian Giovinco rescued Toronto FC with a late goal as the two teams played to a 2-2 draw.
Villa opened the scoring for the hosts from the penalty spot after Tommy McNamara was taken down in the box by Toronto's Marco Delgado.
Minutes later, it was Villa again, as the Spaniard found the ball at his feet following a goalmouth scramble and he turned and fired past Toronto keeper Clint Irwin.
Toronto got back in the game right before half-time, when Giovinco's free kick into the area found the lunging toe poke of Damien Perquis to make it 2-1 at the break.
With NYCFC holding on for the win, Giovinco got free in the hosts' penalty area and sliced a left-footed shot in to level the score.
Both teams have started the 2016 MLS season with a win and a draw.