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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
3 Atlanta 15 3 11 48
4 Toronto 11 9 10 42
5 DC United 11 9 10 42
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Johnson rescues point for NYCFC vs. Toronto

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Major League Soccer: Alexandru Mitrita (6') NYCFC 1-0 Toronto FC. To watch more MLS, sign up to ESPN+.
Alexandru Mitrita's top-corner free kick put NYCFC in front, but Alejandro Pozuelo's equalizer ensured Toronto went home with a point. To watch more MLS, sign up to ESPN+.

New York City FC goalkeeper Sean Johnson stopped a penalty kick in the 78th minute to help his club post a 1-1 tie with visiting Toronto FC on Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium.

Johnson thwarted a shot by Toronto midfielder Alejandro Pozuelo, who converted a penalty kick earlier in the contest. The save, one of four by Johnson, helped NYCFC (15-5-9, 54 points) stretch its unbeaten streak to six games (5-0-1) and increase its Eastern Conference lead to three points over the Philadelphia Union.

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Toronto FC rolls five past FC Cincinnati

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Major League Soccer: Patrick Mullins (10') FC Cincinnati 0-1 Toronto FC. To watch MLS sign up to ESPN+.
Toronto FC strengthened their position above the playoff line with a 5-1 win in Cincinnati. To watch MLS sign up to ESPN+.

Toronto FC scored three first-half goals and coasted to a 5-1 victory against host FC Cincinnati on Saturday to extend its unbeaten streak to five games.

Patrick Mullins, Nick DeLeon and Marco Delgado scored in an 18-minute stretch beginning in the 10th minute for Toronto (11-10-8, 41 points).

Michael Bradley and Nicolas Benezet scored, and Alejandro Pozuelo had two assists before a crowd of 25,339.

The Reds are on a 2-0-3 run to move into a fifth-place tie with the New York Red Bulls in the Eastern...