COMMERCE CITY, Colorado — Costa Rica forward Alvaro Saborio scored in the 90th minute and in stoppage time to give Real Salt Lake a 2-2 draw with the Colorado Rapids to extended its Major League Soccer unbeaten streak to 14 games Saturday.
Real Salt Lake appeared headed for defeat before Saborio sent a shot past goalkeeper Matt Pickens in the final minute. He equalized with a penalty in extra time.
Omar Cummings and Conor Casey scored either side of halftime for Colorado
The Rapids will open the playoffs against either Los Angeles or Columbus.
In other matches, Toronto FC edged D.C. United 3-2, the Chicago Fire downed Chivas USA 4-1 and the Houston Dynamo beat the Seattle Sounders 2-1.
At Washington, Dwayne De Rosario scored twice after halftime to give Toronto F.C. the win over United in both teams' season finale.
Santino Quaranta scored in the second minute for United, before Maicon Santos equalized.
Jaime Moreno put United ahead with a 39th-minute penalty, but De Rosario headed in Nick LaBrocca's cross in the 48th minute and scored the winner 17 minutes later.
Brian McBride scored in his final game and Freddie Ljungberg netted one goal and set up another to lead Chicago to an away win over Chivas USA.
Calen Carr and Baggio Husidic also scored for the Fire. Giancarlo Maldonado scored for Chivas USA, which lost its final three games.
Former Fulham forward McBride, who played in three World Cups for the United States, scored in the 40th minute from a pass by Ljungberg, who played for Sweden in the 2002 World Cup.
Cam Weaver scored less than a minute into the second half as Houston ended the season with a home win over Seattle.
Seattle can finish no higher than the sixth seed in the playoffs. The Sounders will host the first leg of their playoff series.
Houston missed the playoffs for the first time in its five-year history.
Mexican Roundup: Monterrey stays unbeaten in Mexico
MEXICO CITY — Humberto Suazo of Chile and Paraguay's Osvaldo Martinez each scored Saturday to lead undefeated Monterrey to a 2-1 victory over Santos.
After 13 matches, Monterrey is the only unbeaten club in the Mexico Apertura tournament.
In other results on Saturday, Jaguares defeated Pachuca 2-0, Queretaro beat 1-0 against Estudiantes, Tigres downed Pumas 2-0 and Atlas overcame Atlante 3-1.
Suazo scored in the fourth minute before Christian Benitez equalized for Santos in the 33rd. Martinez found the winning goal in the 48th.
Monterrey has 29 points, edging ahead of Cruz Azul as the overall leader in Mexico. Cruz Azul has 28 points and could regain the lead with a victory Sunday against Morelia. In the group leadership, Monterrey heads Group 1, San Luis leads Group 2 with 22 points, and Cruz Azul leads Group 3.
Brazilian Juninho scored in the 22nd in Tigres' win, while Damian Alvarez added the clinching goal in the 77th.
Sergio Blanco of Argentina scored the winner for Queretaro in it's 1-0 win over Estudiantes.
Jorge Rodriguez of Uruguay and Brazilian Danilinho got the goals in Jaguares' win over Pachuca.
Alfredo Moreno scored twice in Atlas' 3-1 victory over Atlante.