Gabriel Tamas scored in the final minute to give West Bromwich Albion a 3-2 win over the Portland Timbers in a friendly on Wednesday.

James Morrison and Somen Tchoyi also scored for the Baggies. Peter Lowry and Eddie Johnson scored for the Timbers, who gave many of their regular starters the night off.

Englishman Johnson put Portland ahead in the 26th minute with an angled shot from the right that sailed past goalkeeper Boaz Myhill and into the opposite side of the net. Portland scored again three minutes later through Lowry's strike from outside the box.

Morrison missed a penalty in the 63rd minute, but came back just moments later to beat Timbers goalkeeper Jake Gleeson to make it 2-1. Tchoyi equalized in the 68th minute.

West Brom unleashed a flurry of shots in the final 10 minutes, but were unable to score until Tamas' goal with just seconds left.

The Baggies did not play striker Peter Odemwingie, who had 15 goals last season.

West Brom opened its tour of the U.S. West Coast with a 2-1 loss to the San Jose Earthquakes, but beat the lower-tier Ventura County Fusion 4-2 on Sunday.