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A bit of positive for Toronto FC

A little positive for Toronto FC


Toronto FC may not be having the season they want, but they were able to put some balm on their wounds on Saturday at BMO Field, beating Atlanta United 2-1.&nbsp ;

Ralph Priso-Mbongue, who came on in the 62nd minute in place of Jonathan Osorio, stirred up the home crowd nearly a quarter of an hour later when his strike from outside the penalty area has made its way into the opposing net.  

For his part, Osorio, even if he was no longer in the field, had already contributed to the gain of his people. From the eighth minute, he performed a maneuver in the opposing area before shaking the ropes.

Luiz Araujo, in the 57th minute, provided the visitors' reply.

Mukhtar's brace benefits Nashville SC

In Washington, Germany's Hany Mukhtar scored a brace in Nashville SC's 3-1 win over D.C. United.< /p>

The 27-year-old first took advantage of a fine passing game from his teammates, in stoppage time in the first half, before putting the finishing touch by pushing the ball into a gaping cage.


On his return to the field, in the 50th minute to be precise, Mukhtar played luck, he saw his shot deflect on an opposing defender, before falling into the net of the crowd favorites.

Former CF Montreal Daniel Lovitz opened the scoring for the winners in the sixth minute of play, while Taxiarchis Fountas provided the answer for D.C. United in the 59th minute.

Dominion of the Sounders

In Seattle, the Sounders left Sporting Kansas City no chance, beating them dryly 3-0.

Will Bruin (8th minute) opened the ball for the crowd favorites in the first half, while Jordan Morris (71st minute) and Cristian Roldan (76th minute) also scored.

The goalkeeper of the local team, Stefan F rei, only had to report once to sign the shutout, as his teammates outshot on target eight to one.

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