Toronto FC roars past Ottawa Fury into Canadian championship final


Fairytale run ends but Ottawa Fury still turning heads
Tsubasa Endoh scored a goal and helped create another in a two-minute spurt late in the first half and Toronto FC went on to defeat the Ottawa Fury 4-0 Wednesday, advancing 5-2 on aggregate to the Canadian championship final. Substitutes Marky Delgado 

Ottawa Fury's Jamar Dixon (right) takes a shot on goal as Toronto FC forward Eriq Zavaleta tries to block his shot during first half Canadian Championship semifinal second leg action in Toronto on Wednesday, May 31, 2017. (Chris Young/CP). Peter …

Toronto FC gets major payback against Ottawa Fury

Goals conceded seconds apart just before the break undid what had been a tidy, staunch defensive performance up until then Wednesday night from the Ottawa Fury. But an own goal from Eddie Edward and a classy finish from Tsubasa Endoh sunk the Fury

TFC bests Fury, punches ticket to Canadian Championship final

Toronto FC sealed their spot in the finals of the 2017 Canadian Championship on Wednesday night with a 4-0 victory over Ottawa Fury FC at BMO Field, overturning Ottawa's first leg advantage to advance 5-2 on aggregate. Stung from the surprise last

Toronto FC to face rivals Montreal Impact in Canadian Championship final

TORONTO — Speed has always been a big part of Raheem Edwards' game, but even he couldn't predict how quickly he'd integrate himself into Toronto FC's first team. The 21-year-old ran the gamut of the TFC pyramid in relatively short order. He joined the. It will be a Toronto-Montréal final to decide the 2017 Canadian Championship. With Montréal already through on Tuesday night, Toronto FC joined them via their Wednesday 4:0 win at BMO Field, completing their two-leg series 5-2 over visiting Ottawa Fury

After dropping the first leg in the semifinal of the Canadian Championship, Toronto FC did not hold back as they get by Ottawa FC 5-2 on aggregate. It was interesting to see the best team in Major League Soccer being forced to go all out against a team … . The Reds will play to defend the Voyageurs Cup after an eventually comfortable win at BMO Field. by Oliver [email protected] May 31, 2017, 9:05pm EDT. tweet · share · pin · Rec. Kevin Sousa-USA TODAY Sports. Tsubasa Endoh scored one goal and created
Fairytale run ends but Ottawa Fury still turning heads
Fairytale run ends but Ottawa Fury still turning heads
“You look at the depth,” he said of Toronto FC shortly after the MLS team dispatched his scrappy second-tier, United Soccer League team 4-0 Wednesday night to win their Canadian Championship semi-final 5-2 on aggregate. “They've got three or four. The Montreal Impact and Toronto Fc will face off against each other in the Canadian Championship final for a chance to win the Voyageurs Cup and a berth into the CONCACAF Champions League. The Impact and Toronto FC have faced each other two

Toronto FC 4, Ottawa Fury 0 | 2017 Canadian Championship Match Recap

Toronto FC's Tsubasa Endoh (right) gets in front of Ottawa Fury's Andrae Campbell to score his team's second goal during first half Canadian Championship semifinal second leg action in Toronto on Wednesday, May 31, 2017. (Chris Young/CP). . Toronto are the defending Canadian Championship title-holders, having won the 2016 edition in dramatic fashion over the Whitecaps on effectively the final kick of the second leg. In the knockout era of the tournament, which began in 2011, TFC have won …

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… Victor Vazquez - Toronto FC - celebration. USA Today Sports. Toronto FC 4, Ottawa Fury 0 | 2017 Canadian Championship Match Recap. May 31, 20179:21PM EDT. James GrossiContributor. TORONTO – After a nervous start, Toronto FC overcame.

The last time the two teams played it was branded a historic moment for Canadian soccer. Millions of people watched on TV, and tens of thousands more live, as Toronto FC dramatically defeated the Montreal Impact in the MLS Eastern Conference finals.

Toronto FC celeb vs Ottawa CC 170531 Toronto FC players celebrate after opening the scoring against Ottawa Fury in the Canadian Championship. Toronto FC overturned a first-leg deficit against Ottawa Fury, beating its USL rivals 4-0 on Wednesday night

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