Contributions of goals in the 2024 season for Toronto FC

In the 2024 season, Toronto FC has already completed 10 matches, with 9 of them being in the MLS and 1 in the Canadian Championship.
Contributions of goals in the 2024 season for Toronto FC.
Contributions of goals in the 2024 season for Toronto FC. / SOPA Images/GettyImages

This year has brought a significantly positive renewal for Toronto FC compared to recent years. Their failure to qualify for the playoffs in previous seasons has been quite detrimental to The Reds, to the extent that fans had major concerns about a future without joy for a long time.

Under the guidance of John Herdman, the team has taken on a different identity in the 2024 season, showing a high level of competitiveness in every competition they participate in.

The formidable offense of TFC has been a strength this season, evidenced by the fact that they have scored 14 goals in the 10 matches played in 2024. Several players have contributed to this goal tally.

Here's a breakdown of the top contributors to Toronto FC's goals this season:

  • Prince Owusu: 10 Matches, 4 Goals, 2 Assists
  • Lorenzo Insigne: 5 Matches, 2 Goals, 1 Assist
  • J.M Rutty: 9 Matches, 1 Goal, 2 Assists
  • Jonathan Osorio: 9 Matches, 2 Goals, 1 Assist
  • Tyrese Spicer: 6 Matches, 2 Goals, 0 Assists

These five players have been key contributors to Toronto FC's goal-scoring efforts. Despite missing five matches due to an injury suffered against Atlanta United, Lorenzo Insigne has been a star signing expected to make a difference in every game. However, despite his absence, the team has shown strength without him, with several players stepping up in each match.

On April 27th, Toronto FC has a match in the MLS against Orlando City, where The Reds will seek victory to further solidify their position in the playoffs. However, the absence of Lorenzo Insigne weighs heavily on the team, along with their poor away form in the 2024 season.

It is hoped that they can prevail against Orlando City and continue climbing the ranks in the Eastern Conference, getting closer and closer to the top of the MLS.