Toronto FC 4 - 1 Portland Timbers

MLS Match
Saturday, August 12th, 2017, 6:00 PM at BMO Field, Toronto
Attendance: 28,415
Referee: Kevin Stott
Toronto FC  Portland Timbers

Goalscorers
Justin Morrow (58)
Victor Vazquez (72)
Justin Morrow (76)
Marky Delgado (87)
Diego Valeri (89)

Team Managers
Greg Vanney Caleb Porter

Starting Eleven
Alex Bono
Justin Morrow
Nick Hagglund
Eriq Zavaleta
Chris Mavinga
Nicolas Hasler
Michael Bradley
Victor Vazquez
Marky Delgado
Sebastian Giovinco
Jozy Altidore
Jake Gleeson
Alvas Powell
Larrys Mabiala
Lawrence Olum
Vytautas Andriuskevicius
Darlington Nagbe
David Guzman
Diego Chara
Diego Valeri
Sebastian Blanco
Darren Mattocks

Substitutes
Clint Irwin
Jason Hernandez
Tsubasa Endoh
Jay Chapman
Jonathan Osorio
Raheem Edwards
Tosaint Ricketts
Jeff Attinella
Zarek Valentin
Amobi Okugo
Ben Zemanski
Dairon Asprilla
Jeremy Ebobisse
Victor Arboleda

Substitutions
Jason Hernandez for Nick Hagglund (19)
Jonathan Osorio for Victor Vazquez (80)
Tosaint Ricketts for Jozy Altidore (83)
Jeff Attinella -> Jake Gleeson (18)
Dairon Asprilla -> David Guzman (72)
Jeremy Ebobisse -> Darren Mattocks (75)

Bookings
Sebastian Giovinco (53)
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Red Cards
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Appearances & Goals To Date
Alex Bono (GK) 37 apps -
Justin Morrow 130 apps12 goals
Eriq Zavaleta 70 apps2 goals
Nick Hagglund 82 apps3 goals
Chris Mavinga 20 apps -
Marky Delgado 73 apps8 goals
Victor Vazquez 25 apps5 goals
Michael Bradley 107 apps10 goals
Nicolas Hasler 2 apps -
Jozy Altidore 78 apps39 goals
Sebastian Giovinco 94 apps59 goals
Jason Hernandez (sub) 7 apps -
Jonathan Osorio (sub) 152 apps16 goals
Tosaint Ricketts (sub) 35 apps8 goals

Starting Lineup
Youngest Player:Marky Delgado (22 years 94 days)
Oldest Player:Victor Vazquez (30 years 212 days)
Average Player Age:27 years 8 days

Matchday Squad
Youngest Player:Raheem Edwards (22 years 32 days)
Oldest Player:Jason Hernandez (33 years 360 days)
Average Player Age:26 years 335 days

First Team Debuts

Milestones

After a disappointing draw in DC last weekend TFC got back to winning ways with a second half demolition of Portland.

A lot is written on a weekly basis about TFCs marquee players Michael Bradley, Jozy Altidore and Seba Giovinco and rightly so, but this game showcased the talents and importance of some of the supporting cast who perhaps dont get enough of the plaudits they deserve.

All the way through this team there are players performing well. Alex Bono has gone from bomb scare to steady hands over the space of 35 games. Chris Mavinga is proving to be as important at the back as Victor Vazquez is in supporting the attack, and both Justin Morrow who scored two goals in this game and Marky Delgado who got another give us width and pace down the flanks.

When I think back to the personnel we have seen over the last 10 years and what we see now, it makes the current season all the sweeter. #COYR



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Album
201724-TFC-V-Portland