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Come From Behind Draw Keeps Toronto's Trillium Cup Alive

Toronto FC kept their strong form on the road alive after a come from behind 3-3 draw in Columbus.

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Toronto FC fell behind three goals early in the second half but were once again able to use their offensive abilities to earn a road draw with the Columbus Crew. This keeps Toronto's Trillium Cup chances alive, but they will need a big win in the final game between the two clubs to keep them alive. The 3-3 draw puts Toronto's record at 8-7-4 on the season.

Sebastian Giovinco continued his hot form getting a goal and an assist. He played give and go with Collen Warner, who set up Giovinco's goal before the Italian played a part in the setup of his. Jozy Altidore scored a penalty to tie the game. Meanwhile Kei Kamara had a goal to keep his league lead and Ethan Finlay had a goal and an assist. Tony Tchani had the second goal for Columbus.

Further analysis of the match will be up momentarily. Until then enjoy yet another fantastic volley from Sebastian Giovinco, who now has 13 league goals.

Scoring Summary:

CLB- Kamara (Higuain) 17'

CLB- Tchani (Finlay) 36'

CLB- Finlay (Meram) 47'

TFC- Giovinco (Warner) 50'

TFC- Warner (Giovinco, Lovitz) 55'

TFC- Altidore (Penalty) 89'

Misconduct Summary: 

TFC- Perquis (Caution) 20'

CLB- Kamara (Caution) 66'

TFC- Warner (Caution) 76'

TFC- Giovinco (Caution) 85'

CLB- Francis (Caution) 88'


Toronto FC: 8-7-3 (27 points)

Columbus: 8-7-6 (30 points)


Toronto FC- Bendik, Zavaleta, Perquis, Morrow, Jackson, Warner, Cheyrou (Osorio 82'), Lovitz, Delgado (Chapman 90'), Giovinco (Findley 90'), Altidore

Subs: Konopka, Creavalle, Mannella, Dike

Columbus- Clark, Barson, Parkhurst, Wahl, Francis, Trapp, Tchani, Finlay (Cedrick 86'), Higuain (Saeid 78'), Meram (Steindorsson 66') Kamara

Subs: Stuver, Pogatetz, Jimenez, Schoenfeld