Toronto FC scored a pair of first-half goals to beat New York City FC 2-1 Saturday afternoon at BMO Field.
New York started the game on the front foot, but it was Toronto who opened the scoring against the run of play. After a nice bit of build-up play, Canadian international Jonathan Osorio slipped through Jesús Jiménez and the Spanish striker calmly rolled the ball into the far corner, scoring his third goal of the year.
12 minutes later, Brazilian defender Thiago Martins inadvertently headed an Alejandro Pozuelo free kick into his own goal to double the home side's lead just before half. Héber scored a header in injury time to draw NYCFC back to within one, but it was too little too late.