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Player Ratings: Toronto FC vs. Vancouver Whitecaps

By David Rouben
May 14, 2016; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Toronto FC midfielder Michael Bradley (4) yells out in the second half against the Vancouver Whitecaps at BMO Field. The Whitecaps beat the FC 4-3. Mandatory Credit: Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports
May 14, 2016; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Toronto FC midfielder Michael Bradley (4) yells out in the second half against the Vancouver Whitecaps at BMO Field. The Whitecaps beat the FC 4-3. Mandatory Credit: Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports /
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May 14, 2016; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Toronto FC forward Jozy Altidore (17) injures his hamstring after a missed penalty kick as Vancouver Whitecaps goalkeeper David Ousted (1) tends to him at BMO Field. The Whitecaps beat the FC 4-3. Mandatory Credit: Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports
May 14, 2016; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Toronto FC forward Jozy Altidore (17) injures his hamstring after a missed penalty kick as Vancouver Whitecaps goalkeeper David Ousted (1) tends to him at BMO Field. The Whitecaps beat the FC 4-3. Mandatory Credit: Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports /

Strikers

6.5. We here at Toronto Reds are unashamedly<a href=. ST. Toronto FC. JOZY ALTIDORE

10. That’s right, the Atomic Ant gets a perfect score for almost single-handedly willing his team back into the game, and continuing his involvement in every Toronto FC goal this season. <a href=. ST. Toronto FC. SEBASTIAN GIOVINCO

Substitutes

6.5. When Babouli came into the game, that’s when the offense started going. He passed the ball incisively, but with the chance to prove to Vanney he belongs in the starting XI, he also got dispossessed and committed two fouls. He’s still a raw talent, and his performance wasn’t convincing enough to warrant a start, but he might get one if Altidore is out for a long time.. ST. Toronto FC. MO BABOULI

N/A. Did not play long enough or influence the game enough to warrant a proper match rating.. CM. Toronto FC. DANIEL LOVITZ

N/A. Did not play long enough or influence the game enough to warrant a proper match rating.. CM. Toronto FC. JAY CHAPMAN

Unsurprisingly, Sebastian Giovinco comes away as Toronto FC’s man of the match for putting in another near-flawless performance. Unfortunately for him, the rest of the team let him down.

Next: Jozy Altidore Is Going Through More Than Just a Slump

The last thing the players should be doing after this loss is hang their head low and let it affect their game. They have another match in midweek, and they’ll still be at home for it, so they must regroup quickly if they want to bounce back and get the win.

There’s still 24 games left in the season, and plenty of time to get this loss back. And that starts on Wednesday evening against New York City FC.

All stats provided are courtesy of WhoScored, unless noted otherwise.

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