In front of a raucous crowd reported at more than 23,000 Tuesday night at Red Bull Arena, the Red Bulls outshot Chivas Guadalajara 20-1, but tied 0-0 and lost the semifinal on a 1-0 aggregate.
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Toronto, who won the opening leg 3-1, were forced to play the majority of the match without star forward Jozy Altidore - the United States worldwide substituted early following a collision at the iconic Estadio Azteca. The victor is the team with the most goals scored away from home.
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Alarm bells were ringing for the MLS side when forward Jozy Altidore had to leave the pitch in the seventh minute with an injury.
However, Toronto were not overawed as Osorio opened the scoring in the 12th minute when Sebastian Giovinco delivered and substitute Tosaint Ricketts played in the former.
As the game wore on Toronto captain Michael Bradley sank further and further back, helping to shore up TFC's defence as much as he could. His shot was blocked by Toronto FC's wall, defusing the threat.More news: Rio Tinto plc (LON:RIO) Ratings Summary as of April 11, 2018