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Osorio scores 2 goals, Toronto FC beats Union 2-0

Osorio scores 2 goals, Toronto FC beats Union 2-0

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Chester, PA - Jonathan Osorio was his first multi-game game, from which Toronto FC beat the Philadelphia Union 2-0 on Friday night.

Alex Bono's fours were saved in his second shutdown session to defend the MLS champion Toronto (4-7-2),

in which the separation entails a one-stop stoppage against Fabrice-Jean Pickett.

Osorio completely divided the time of his career through the ball through Victor Vasques,

the two defenders, and ended up opening the scoring in the 19th minute.

Sebastien Giovinco stole it from the union and passed the entry pass and played the Osorio near the place,

where, Andrew Blake doubled the gain in the 79th position.

Philadelphia (5-7-3) broke the winning streak home game for the second time in its last 12 home games

and lost the second time. Toronto snatched a seven-game winning streak in the regular season.

in which the separation entails a one-stop stoppage against Fabrice-Jean Pickett.

Osorio completely divided the time of his career through the ball through Victor Vasques,

the two defenders, and ended up opening the scoring in the 19th minute.

Sebastien Giovinco stole it from the union and passed the entry pass and played the Osorio near the place,

where Andrew Blake doubled the gain in the 79th position.

Philadelphia (5-7-3) broke the winning streak home game for the second time in its last 12 home games

and lost the second time. Toronto snatched a seven-game winning streak in the regular season.

Alex Bono's fours were saved in his second shutdown session to defend the MLS champion Toronto (4-7-2),

in which the separation entails a one-stop stoppage against Fabrice-Jean Pickett.

Osorio completely divided the time of his career through the ball through Victor Vasques,

the two defenders, and ended up opening the scoring in the 19th minute.

Sebastien Giovinco stole it from the union and passed the entry pass and played the Osorio near the place,

where Andrew Blake doubled the gain in the 79th position.

Philadelphia (5-7-3) broke the winning streak home game for the second time in its last 12 home games

and lost the second time. Toronto snatched a seven-game winning streak in the regular season.

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