Toronto FC blanked by New England Revolution in latest loss
It was another frustrating night for TFC in Saturday's shutout loss at BMO Field.
- Toronto FC 0, New England Revolution 2 (Wood 19’; Jones 62’)
- TFC is without back-to-back MLS wins since last August
- Jozy Altidore played 29 minutes in his return to BMO Field
TORONTO – Inconsistency, thy name is Toronto FC
After a stellar effort in last week’s home win, TFC were positively tame in a 2-0 loss to the New England Revolution on Saturday night before an announced crowd of 27,438 at BMO Field.
For Toronto (2-3-6), there’s no shame in losing to MLS-table-topping New England (7-1-3), who is now unbeaten in eight games.
But this limp and lifeless performance won’t inspire much confidence amongst the TFC faithful who have been patiently waiting for the Reds to put together a string of results and go on a sustained run. Toronto hasn’t won consecutive MLS games since Aug. 6-13, 2022, and has just two victories in its last 17 league outings.