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Toronto FC lost second in a row and lost to the Seattle Sounders 2-0.

Toronto FC goalkeeper Quentin Westberg (16) makes a save against Seattle Sounders forward Fredy Montero (12) during the first half at BMO Field.
Toronto FC goalkeeper QuentinWestberg (16) makes a save against Freddie Montero (12) in Seattle Sounders Forward in the first half of the BMO field. Photo: Kevin Sousa /USA TODAY Sports

Humans need water in Toronto FC So, we need quality veteran reinforcements. The air to live, as the 2-0 defeat to the Seattle Sounders on Saturday night was once again demonstrated.

Two new attention-grabbing players from TFC, Serie A's outstanding Lorenzo Insigne and Domenico Crisito, were introduced to the BMO field spectators during half-time on Saturday. I received a wonderful applause. Unfortunately, neither player will be able to play in the Reds until next Saturday, when the TFC will host the San Jose Earthquake. The game won't come right away. The Reds lost two games in a row after losing to Seattle. If you have 3-4 or even 5 young people in the field where you start every game, you'll be hit hard in terms of TFC and you won't get results.

It was a good season for many of the young people in Toronto as they had the opportunity to injure many of the team's veteran players and play a lot of time. However, losing to Seattle has given TFC 5 wins, 10 losses and 4 draws this season, making the post-season playoff spot even higher.

In order to take a step forward and fight for the playoff spot, TFC needs to acquire more experienced and quality players on the field, which Insigne and Criscito do. Offers. But it's getting slower.

Another issue this season is TFC's defensive play. Reds hasn't posted a clean sheet yet for this season's regular season MLS match. Carlos Salcedo, the new DP centerback, was supposed to be the main gear to fix it. But frankly, Mexico's play was inconsistent, and of course, the team's defensive play wasn't just based on backline play.

For Saturday's match, the match was the first meeting between TFC and Seattle after the Sounders won the 2019 MLS Cup final 3-1 at home. Seattle (7W 7L 3D) won the final four meetings between the two sides, with Toronto's final victory in the 2017 MLS Cup final. Dylan Thieves scored in Seattle in the second half of the first half, and Freddie Montero scored in the second half.

This game marked the 100th game in the TFC uniform of Midfielder Alejandro Pozuero (all tournaments) attacking the stars of the club. Pozuero set up Toronto's attack play well, but still lacked a finish.

Saturday games are fairly even and the TFC has the upper hand — 62% -38%. Toronto also had more total shots (13-11) and shots at the goal (6-4), but again, the lack of a finish brought them.

The game starts slowly with both teams, and the first best chance for either team is for Jonathan Osorio to step on the cross from Koshi Thompson from inside the box with his right foot and the ball on the net. When I flew, I came in 36 minutes.

Seattle has 39 minutes on the left side of the field with a quick break that ends with a goal kick that ends when Leo Chu badly beats TFC defender Carlos Salsed and crosses the ball to the center of the box. Scored on. Tebes turned it back to the goal with his right foot.

Half was a 45-minute play deadlock with referee Silviu Petrescu whispering at first glance, leading Seattle 1-0 to finish. did. The first half was boring. The biggest cheers from the crowd in the BMO field in half the time the sprinkler was on.

TFC had a good chance to tie it early in the first half when Michael Bradley made a spectacular cross across the goal and Diandreker didn't go to the goal. ..

A few minutes later, Seattle rang one from the crossbar.

In the 54th minute, TFC striker Jesus Jimenez tilted the ball towards Pozuero, deep inside the box, but Pozuero was unable to defeat Seattle keeper Stephen Cleveland. A few minutes later, Pozuero repositioned the car next to the net, and the car's shot was distracted for a corner kick.

After a surge of chances in Toronto, Nicholas Rodero put a through ball in the box to set up Montero beautifully, and Montero hit TFC keeper Quentin Westberg with a 2 in the lower right corner. When defeated, Seattle recorded the second night. 0 lead.

For their honor, the Reds didn't sink into funk after scoring a few goals, but Seattle's Key Parkley brand made a great diving save to Ralph Priso in three minutes. Continued to put pressure on the end of.

Westberg saved Reed Baker-Whiting, who was sent alone in 90 minutes.

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