Toronto FC fans celebrate during the Reds win against Sporting Kansas City at the Rogers Centre on Saturday. (GETTY IMAGES)
Toronto’s FC’s weekend win over Sporting K.C. didn’t feel like a regular-season result.
Made evident by the fact next to none of the 26,000 inside the Rogers Centre left their seat before full-time Saturday, TFC’s first league win in 234 days represented a potential turning point for those who have been with the club since day one.
“It did feel like something more,” TFC winger John Bostock said following his first MLS match. “On paper it’s a league win, but for us it’s a starting point.
“Last week we were unlucky not to come away from Vancouver with anything. We felt like if just got one win under our belt we could really gain some momentum.”