- Toronto FC 2 (Pozuelo 24’; Osorio 53’), D.C. United 1 (Canouse 10’)
- Osorio scores 50th career goal for TFC; Pozuelo nets 1st of 2022
- Petrasso collects assist in man-of-the-match effort
TORONTO - Despite a laboured start to the MLS season, Toronto FC continues to make slow but steady progress under Bob Bradley.
With just a single point through their first three games, TFC finally came good on Saturday by earning a 2-1 victory over D.C. United before an announced crowd of 21, 501 fans at BMO Field. It was the first win for the Reds since Bradley took over the coaching reins.
Alejandro Pozuelo and Jonathan Osorio scored for Toronto (1-2-1), who snapped a nine-game winless run in MLS that dated back to last October when former coach Javier Perez was still in charge.