On a June night in 2022, Toronto FC finally became 2020 Canadian Championship winners after triumphing 5-4 on penalties over Canadian Premier League side Forge FC at Tim Horton's Field Saturday evening following a 1-1, 90-minute draw.

Kosi Thompson converted TFC's sixth kick of the penalty tiebreak, former Toronto academy player Kwasi Poku saw his attempt rattle off the crossbar, and the Reds captured their record eighth Canadian Championship crown in a final delayed nearly two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Voyageurs Cup stands as manager Bob Bradley's first trophy haul with the Reds.

Alejandro Pozuelo put Toronto in front with his second golazo from distance in as many competitions, this time picking out the top left corner in the 57th minute.

The advantage lasted only three minutes, though. Aboubacar Sissoko played a long early ball from the right flank, then Tristan Borges got free on the opposite flank, took it down inside the penalty area and hammered a low finish past Quentin Westberg to level affairs at 1-1.

Earlier, Borges let Toronto off the hook in the 20th minute when he drove his penalty kick off the crossbar after Lucas Petrasso took down former CF Montréal man David Choiniere in the penalty area.