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Rate the Reds: DeLeon impresses in Toronto FC debut

He and Jordan Hamilton were the standouts from TFC’s draw with Independiente

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There weren’t many outliers from your ratings of Tuesday night’s 1-1 Toronto FC draw with Independiente, with most players’ mean grades falling around the 5-6 range — perfectly average. It wasn’t a performance for the ages by any means, but it was definitely better than the game a week before in Panama.

By a hair-thin margin, Nick DeLeon (6.4) emerged as the highest-rated TFC player from the night, although Jordan Hamilton (6.2) wasn’t far behind him. You were most harsh on Laurent Ciman (3.9), whose defensive error led to Independiente’s goal in the second half.

The club comes out of the night with a total average of 5.4, which is pretty smack-dab in the middle of our rating scale. Better than last week, at least. Here are the rest of the team’s grades from Tuesday night:

Alex Bono: 5.2

Laurent Ciman: 3.9

Chris Mavinga: 6.1

Auro: 6.1

Justin Morrow: 5.9

Michael Bradley: 5.9

Marky Delgado: 5.7

Jonathan Osorio: 5.7

Nick DeLeon: 6.4

Ayo Akinola: 4.5

Jordan Hamilton: 6.2

Terrence Boyd: 4.3

Drew Moor: 5.1

Tsubasa Endoh: 5.4

Greg Vanney: 4.2