Real Salt Lake doubled their lead and Yura Movsisyan made good on his promise he made at the beginning of the season when he scored his first goal of 2016.
Movsisyan's goal came on a breakaway, winning the ball after former RSL center back (and still beloved figure) Nat Borchers headed the ball directly into Movsisyan's chest.
Picking up the ball and making a run toward goal, Movsisyan perfectly judged the run from Portland Timbers goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey to finish simply underneath him.
Movsisyan's last goal for Real Salt Lake came in October 2009 — undoubtedly, it's the longest time between goals for any Real Salt Lake player. But if we're to speak of consecutive time at the club, that's not so bad — in fact, it was the final match of the season in which he scored, so it's really two MLS regular season games he went without scoring.
A few minutes later, Movsisyan was removed from the game with an apparent groin injury. Devon Sandoval replaced him for his first significant minutes of 2016.