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Justin Morrow: Erik Goal and Doneil Henry

justin morrow: Vancouver looked to have the match won on Erik Hurtado's goal in the 84th minute only to have disaster strike, according to Vancouver Courier. Centre back Doneil Henry headed a ball into his own net while trying to clear a shot by Toronto's Justin Morrow with about six minutes gone in extra time.A BC Place Stadium crowd of 16,833 were left in stunned silence. The vision of the game wasn't necessarily what we had anticipated but at the end of the day it's the result that mattered, said Vanney.article continues below Trending Stories Vancouver gang task force delivers major blow to organized crime Bistro Pastis to close its doors after two decades on West Fourth Smaller retailers lead exodus from Vancouver Redevelopment of Arbutus Village about to begin Whitecaps' head coach Carl Robinson was left fuming over the game's officiating, saying referee David Gantar had spoiled the game. The Whitecaps had taken an early 1-0 lead in the 24th minute on a Kei Kamara penalty kick when Toronto forward Tosaint Ricketts was called for a handball in the box. We gifted them the first goal with the hand ball, said Vanney. Toronto midfielder Jonathan Osorio tied the game less than two minutes later. ( As reported in the news.