New England Revolution Vs. Toronto FC, 2012 MLS: Reds Get Three Away Points

Paul Mariner has Toronto FC rolling, confirming that it is actually possible for the Reds to get on a roll. The Reds got another win on Saturday and an away win at that, snagging three points from the New England Revolution in a 1-0 win.

Toronto got their goal just eight minutes into the match when Luis Silva and Danny Koevermans combined to unlock the New England defense. It was a great bit of play that left Silva in all alone on goal for the simple finish and the visitors were a goal up.

Despite falling behind goal the Revolution never went away. They put pressure on the Reds for the remainder of the match and on several occasions it looked like they would get a goal, but Milos Kocic was too good. The Toronto keeper had a tremendous match and was never better than when he made a diving stop of Jerry Bengtson's shot late on.

The Revs did beat Kocic on one occasion, but that was because of a naughty Shalrie Joseph. The midfielder knocked a Benny Feilhaber cross into the goal with his hand late in the match, but the referee was not fooled. He waved the goal off and showed Joseph a yellow card for his shenanigans before blowing the final whistle as the Reds snapped the Revs' five-match unbeaten steak.

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