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Walking the Red Oct 2, 2017
Rate the Reds: Justin Morrow a hat-trick hero on Toronto FC’s historic night

Rate the Reds: Justin Morrow a hat-trick hero on Toronto FC’s historic night

The left-back hit his highest high just as his team did. Justin Morrow has seen the building of this Toronto FC team from start to finish and, all the while, grown with it. And as the Reds hit their highest high yet by winning the Supporters’ Shield on Saturday night, so did the wing-back by scoring a hat-trick to secure the decisive victory over the New York Red Bulls. Morrow poached goals like a natural centre forward at BMO Field while Chris Mavinga provided able support behind him. Victor Vazquez scored the game-winning goal in the 4-2 triumph from the penalty spot and also scores...
Walking the Red Oct 2, 2017
Photo Essay: Toronto FC clinch first-ever Supporters’ Shield

Photo Essay: Toronto FC clinch first-ever Supporters’ Shield

Photos by Tagwa Moyo (@Shuttersworth on Instagram). Make it a double! Toronto FC are your 2017 Supporters’ Shield winners as the best regular-season team in Major League Soccer. The biggest accomplishment in club history to date was clinched on Saturday with a 4-2 win over the New York Red Bulls at BMO Field. Justin Morrow was the unlikely hero of the match with his first career hat-trick, while Victor Vazquez added the game-winning goal from the penalty spot. Gonzalo Veron and Daniel Royer scored for the visiting Red Bulls, who gave Toronto FC quite a challenge on the night. Here are...
Walking the Red Oct 2, 2017
Toronto FC 4-2 New York Red Bulls: The good, the bad & the ugly

Toronto FC 4-2 New York Red Bulls: The good, the bad & the ugly

The Supporters’ Shield edition. The Good A little thing called the ‘Supporters’ Shield’. Never thought that this day would come… not a commanding performance on the night, but champions find a way to win… the first MLS hat-trick by a defender since 1997. On hat-giveaway-day at BMO, no less… Victor Vazquez’s pass to Jozy Altidore, leading to Justin Morrow’s first goal… the leather-lunged fan who, in the 31st minute, yelled at the team to “wake up”. It must have worked. A minute later, the boys netted their first of the night… Chris Mavinga. The guy had his best game...
SBI Soccer Oct 2, 2017
The Best of MLS Week 30: Justin Morrow, NYCFC and more

The Best of MLS Week 30: Justin Morrow, NYCFC and more

Justin Morrow headlines The Best of MLS from the past week.
Walking the Red Sep 30, 2017
Rate the Reds: Toronto FC 4-2 New York Red Bulls

Rate the Reds: Toronto FC 4-2 New York Red Bulls

The Shield is ours! Justin Morrow scored a hat-trick and Toronto FC are Supporters’ Shield champions. What a season this is. What did you think of Toronto’s players on the night? Upvote the performances you liked, downvote those you didn’t and feel free to ignore any you didn’t feel strongly about in our poll below. We’ll tally up the votes and announce a man of the match on Friday.
Walking the Red Sep 30, 2017
Toronto FC 4-2 New York Red Bulls: Reds claim the Supporters’ Shield

Toronto FC 4-2 New York Red Bulls: Reds claim the Supporters’ Shield

They did it. You didn’t expect them to make it easy, right? Toronto FC put their fans through yet another emotional rollercoaster on Saturday night but came out of it 4-2 winners over the New York Red Bulls and Supporters’ Shield champions for the first time. Justin Morrow scored a hat-trick and Victor Vazquez’s penalty made it 3-2 with just 10 minutes to go to secure the Reds’ most valuable win of the season. Neither New York City FC nor Atlanta United can catch Toronto, regardless of their results this weekend. In a scrappy opening, the Red Bulls set out to press Toronto...

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