SANDY, Utah -- A feral second-half attack led to an improbable comeback for the Vancouver Whitecaps. Pharrell x adidas NMD Human Race Black . The Whitecaps scored two goals in the final eight minutes to steal a 2-2 tie at Real Salt Lake on Saturday night. Nicolas Mezquidas first career goal in the 86th minute cut the deficit in half and set the stage for fellow Uruguaian Sebastian Fernandez, who scored in the fourth minute of stoppage time to stun the home crowd and earn the result. Real Salt Lake (3-0-5), the leagues remaining unbeaten team, jumped ahead 2-0 in the games first nine minutes on goals by Joao Plata and Alvaro Saborio. But the Whitecaps (2-2-4) again showed some second-half magic. "Its a get out of jail card, I believe," Vancouver coach Carl Robinson said. "We were 2-0 down and dug ourselves a hole, but we learned from that. Weve shown if we go behind, the games not over." Fernandezs shot from about 40 yards out beat goalkeeper Nick Rimando in the lower right corner of the net. It was a dramatic capper to an unlikely turn of events that began moments earlier when Saborio held possession. The Salt Lake forward dribbled in space near midfield, in what appeared to be the start to an offensive rush that would, if nothing else, run out the games final seconds. But Vancouver defender Steven Beitashour tackled the ball away and to the foot of Fernandez, who scored his second goal of the season. "I got the ball and knew it was going to be one of the last plays of the game," Fernandez said through an interpreter. "I got it, hit it, and it went in." Said Beitashour: "I was on the floor when I saw Seba take it, and hes got a rocket. I think everyone behind him was yelling Shoot! Shoot! I had a good angle from the floor, and that ball moved on (Rimando)." Vancouver, which earned a point for the first time in four games, was stunned by the early deficit and "played fearful" in the first half, according to Robinson. After the break, the Whitecaps sent wave after wave at Rimando, and looked to be a different squad. Robinson went to his bench to provide a spark, sending Fernandez and Mezquida each in shortly after halftime. Vancouvers challenge now comes in finding consistency throughout a full 90 minutes -- a task Robinson acknowledged after the game. "Its a challenge when youve got a group of young players, which is what I have," Robinson said. "They played with fear in the first half. I dont want them to play with fear. I put demands on players because I know how good they can be, but theyve got to start believing. Were touching the surface at the moment." Adidas NMD Womens Sale . Jamies number grades given are out of five, with five being the best mark. 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Winnipeg trailed by five points in the final minute when quarterback Drew Willy completed a 13-play, 75-yard drive with Feoli-Gudinos 18-yard touchdown catch on third down to lift the Bombers to a 34-33 victory over the Montreal Alouettes on Friday night. The Blue Bombers went 3-15 last season, but are 3-0 to start the 2014 campaign under rookie head coach Mike OShea and Willy, who is in his first season as a starter. "Third down, in my hometown, it was amazing," said Feoli-Gudina. "It was a good team effort. I just had to make a play at the end." He grew up playing football for the Sun Youth Organization at Jeanne-Mance Park, a five-minute walk from the Alouettes home stadium, where he watched a lot of CFL games. So the former Toronto Argonaut, who joined the Bombers this season, was delighted to get a dramatic, game-winning grab with 29 seconds left before about 30 family and friends in the seats at Percival Molson Stadium. "Its pretty sweet," Feoli-Gudino said. "I had a diagonal. It was man coverage. I went inside and Drew put it right on the money." Backup quarterback Robert Marve had a touchdown and the Winnipeg defence got one from linebacker Desia Dunn and another from defensive back Chris Randle. Lirim Hajrullahu booted three field goals for the Bombers, who played their first road game after a pair of wins at home. Troy Smith threw his first three touchdown passes of the season to Chad (Ochocinco) Johnson, Kenny Stafford and S.J. Green for Montreal. It was the first career CFL touchdown for former NFL star Johnson. The Alouettes (1-2) also had four field goals from Sean Whyte. It was a long, grinding game slowed by 33 penalties to both teams for 328 yards and a pair of time-consuming challenges each from OShea and Montreal coach Tom Higgins. The last-minute TD marked the sixth lead change in the game. But while Montreal led 385-274 in total offence and in time of possession at 33:22, it went down to the wire when Montreal had to settle for a field goal after Demond Washingtons second fumble of a punt in the game. That left the Bombers needing a touchdown to win with 2:18 left to play. The final drive was aided by a pass interference call and a pair of third-down conversions, but Willy pulled it out in the end. "That last drive was pretty exciting," said Willy, who spent the last two seasons as Darian Durants backup in Saskatchewan. "Ive been in some crazy games before but to make a touchdown on third and 10 in a tough place to play like this, it was fun to be part of." It was a heartbreaker for Montreal, which saw Smith have his best game since taking over as the starter this season. He completed 18 of 32 passes for 309 yards, and for the first ttime looked to have found his range on longer throws downfield. Adidas NMD Human Race China. But he also had a pass picked off by Randle when Montreal held an eight-point lead early in the fourth quarter. "Turnovers are costly, particularly when you turn them into touchdowns," said Higgins. "We got that turnover on a punt and it would have been nice if we got a touchdown there. "Then were breathing differently. But thats the reality of it. We are exactly where were at: slowly but surely getting better, but obviously not good enough to beat Winnipeg tonight." The Bombers got a 16-yard Hajrullahu boot on their first drive, but Montreal answered with a six-play drive capped by a 46-yard TD pass to Johnson. Ochocinco is known for hugging people he meets, and thats what he did to the nearest official after the score. Winnipeg looked to be stopped twice on their next drive, but a roughing call and a review of Jeff Tisdales hold on Clarence Denmark produced a pass interference call in the end zone that set up Marves one-yard TD 8:56 into the game. Whyte tied it with a 25-yard kick to open the second quarter . Winnipeg gave up the ball on downs on their own 32, but Jason Vega then stripped the ball from Troy Smith and Dunn ran it 70 yards to score at 10:41. However, the convert attempt was blocked by Alan-Michael Cash. Whyte and Hajrullahu traded field goals late for a 19-13 Winnipeg halftime lead. Montreal opened the second half with Smiths 49-yard TD pass to a wide open Stafford to take a one-point lead. Willy answered with a 49-yard toss to Nic Moore to set up Hajrullahus third field goal of the game, only to see Washington fumble a punt to set up a Whyte 37-yarder to put Montreal back in front. Early in the fourth quarter, Smith found Green in the end zone for a five-yard TD, but the Winnipeg defence struck back when Randle picked off a pass and ran it in from 28 yards. The two-point conversion attempt that would have tied the game failed. Whyte added a 23-yard boot for a five-point lead with 2:18 left in the game. Then came the winning drive that has Winnipeg off to its best start since 2003. "It looks like were all starting to believe in it," said OShea. "We played a tough defence tonight. We pulled out a win in the dying moments, which is a great CFL game in terms of back and forth. Its good for the fans and the league." Among the crowd of 20,384 was Marc Trestman, who won two Grey Cups with Montreal before he was hired last season as head coach of the Chicago Bears. Trestman got a warm ovation as he was honoured in a half-time ceremony. Chip Cox had six tackles and passed Kelly Wiltshires to take over 10th place all-time in career tackles with 613. The career leader is Willie Pless with 1,207. The Bombers are back home Thursday to face Edmonton, while Montreal travels to B.C. on July 19 for their second meeting with the Lions in three weeks. ' ' '