Toronto FC 1 New York City Red Bulls 1
Toronto FC had their five game win-streak snapped Wednesday night.
Coming off a short rest and playing their fourth game in twelve days Toronto was in tough.
Toronto was looking to set a club record with their sixth win in a row on Wednesday.
But it was all for not as TFC tied the Red Bulls.
Toronto played well despite being on short rest, taking the lead in the 23rd minute on a penalty kick.
Alejandro Pozuelo stepped up scoring his eighth goal of the season as he buried the pk into the corner of the goal.
Toronto would play with the lead for most of the game. Creating multiple opportunities to add to the lead but could not finish.
That inability to finish came back to haunt Toronto.
With tired legs late, 17 year old stand out Caden Clark scored in the 77th minute for New York City.
Clark smashed one from outside the box with his left foot into the top corner.
This is the the teenagers second goal in two games as the youngster is making the most of his chances this season.
With the goal Clark becomes the youngest player to score in his first two appearances in MLS history.
With the loss Toronto holds a record of 11-5-2 good for first place in the Eastern Conference.
Toronto sits three points ahead of Philadelphia and and seven points ahead of Columbus in the standings.
TFC will now get a much needed rest before taking on Atlanta United on Sunday night.
Kick off is set for 9pm EST.