- Toronto FC 3 (Insigne 23; Kerr 58’; Osorio 63’), Philadelphia Union 1 (Carranza 45’)
- TFC earns 1st win in 9 games in all competitions under Dunfield
- Reds’ previous victory was a 3-2 decision over D.C. on May 27
TORONTO – It was a moment that was three months in the making but considering how badly things have been going for Toronto FC it felt much longer.
TFC produced their best performance in ages and were justly rewarded with a 3-1 victory over the Philadelphia Union before a jubilant crowd packed inside of BMO Field on Wednesday night.
Lorenzo Insigne, Deandre Kerr and Jonathan Osorio all scored for TFC (4-13-10) who snapped a 10-game losing streak and a 13-match winless skid, both franchise records for futility. The victory was Toronto’s first in nine matches under interim coach Terry Dunfield. The Reds’ previous win came in a 2-1 home decision over D.C. United on May 27 when Bob Bradley was still in charge.