Down 5-2 with a minute gone in the final quarter, the expansion Chicago Mustangs scored four unanswered goals, two from Nestor Hernandez, who also assisted on an Alexis Camarena score in the quarter, in a 6-5, come-from-behind, Professional Arena Soccer League victory over the Cincinnati Kings Monday.
Kwame Sarkodie led the Kings with a brace in the loss.
The Mustangs, 6-2 and in second place in the Central Division, is a game behind the undefeated Dallas Sidekicks (6-0) in the standings and will host them this Sunday after traveling Saturday to face the Illinois Piasa.
Cincinnati, also 6-2 and in second place, but in the Eastern Division, is a half-game behind the Detroit Waza (6-1). The Kings next head to the Ohio Vortex this Saturday before meeting up with the Waza at Taylor Sportsplex in the next day.