It was the briefest moment of naked candour from Bob Bradley, flashing by in an instant and over after mere seconds.
Toronto FC had just salvaged a point in Saturday’s 2-2 draw at home against Atlanta United courtesy of Brandon Servania’s goal deep into injury time. The draw allowed TFC (1-6-1) to extend their unbeaten run to seven games, and there was good news in the form of Lorenzo Insigne being back on the pitch after a lengthy injury absence.
“Getting a late goal is important because we've had chances in other games when a late goal could have gotten us three points. …. It was a roller coaster, kind of," Bradley told reporters after the draw.
He added: “But to still put all that aside and make a play at the end is something important for us, so that was a big positive on the night.