On December 10, two unique clubs will contend their first ever MLS Cup Final when Toronto FC host Seattle Sounders FC.
Both clubs can be fairly credi...
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Toronto FC scored 5 goals in Yankee Stadium on Sunday night to win the Eastern Conference semi-final against NYC FC by 7 goals on aggregate, and set up a final against Montreal.
After crushing Vancouver 4-0 last weekend, DC United were hoping to do the same to another Canadian team. Toronto FC, though, had other ideas.
D.C. United entered this contest with Toronto F.C. knowing that by avoiding defeat they'd be equalizing a club record of 17 unbeaten home league games, and expand their club record of unbeaten home games in all competitions to 21.
That'll show them.
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