Sean Johnson, one of Toronto's standout figures

In the match between Toronto and New England on Matchday 9 of the MLS, The Reds' goalkeeper played a crucial role in keeping a clean sheet.
Sean Johnson, one of Toronto's standout figures.
Sean Johnson, one of Toronto's standout figures. / Jacob Kupferman/GettyImages

Toronto's narrow victory over New England was significant in lifting the club's spirits after a string of losses.

The Toronto roster provides security to the fans

The team's attack has been fruitful with German forward Prince Owusu, who scored the only goal of the match, securing the three points for Toronto. Additionally, the club's defense was solid, with central defender Nicksoen Gomis making an incredible save in the first half, also contributing significantly to the team's victory.

Toronto's goalkeeper, Sean Johnson, had a standout performance against New England, with his saves being crucial in maintaining the clean sheet. Throughout the 90 minutes of the match, the 34-year-old goalkeeper's performance yielded the following statistics:

  • Saves: 5
  • Diving Saves: 3
  • Saves Inside Box: 2
  • Sweeper: 1
  • Recoveries: 9
  • Accurate Passes: 52% (17/33)
  • Accurate Long Balls: 24% (5/21)

These statistics were provided by FotMob, who managed to reflect the greatness of the American goalkeeper in keeping a clean sheet on Matchday 9 of the MLS with Toronto. Although he wasn't in the best form in recent matches, conceding 7 goals in the last 2 games with Toronto, FotMob highlighted his performance and contribution to the team's clean sheet.

John Herdman continues to consolidate Toronto's squad for the future of the club

The Reds will continue to instill confidence in their squad under the guidance of John Herdman, striving to strengthen the team through hard work and effort in every aspect of the sport, aiming to further develop as a club.