2007 Major League Soccer Season: Toronto FC vs. Red Bull New York
Thursday, October 4, 2007
|October 4, 2007
|Toronto FC||2–1||Red Bull New York||BMO Field, Toronto
Referee: Mauricio Navarro
|Edu 18' (4)
Leitch 66' (o.g.)
| 17' Kovalenko
23', 64' Vide
75' (2) Richards
Toronto FC ended their 12 game winless streak with a 2-1 victory over Red Bull New York in a tense affair that saw both sides go down to 10 men in the 2nd half.
After Maurice Edu's goal in the 18th minute put Toronto ahead for the 3rd straight game, the Reds scored on an own goal by New York defender Chris Leitch that proved to be the winner in the game for Toronto. Dane Richards pulled a goal back with 15 minutes to play. Both New York's Joe Vide and Toronto's Andrew Boyens were sent off 3 minute.
- Mark Polishuk. "Aggressive Reds stop Red Bulls" — , October 4, 2007
- "MLS: Toronto's winless streak ends" — , October 4, 2007
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