Toronto FC pulled out a stunning result against the Vancouver Whitecaps, capturing the 2016 Canadian Championship title, 2-2, on aggregate.
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Toronto FC goes into the second leg of the Canadian Championship final with a 1-0 advantage after defeating the Vancouver Whitecaps at BMO Field on Tuesday night.
Toronto FC will host the Vancouver Whitecaps on Tuesday night in the first leg of the 2016 Canadian Championship final.
After a surprising first leg win over the Vancouver Whitecaps, NASL side Ottawa Fury is on the verge of the Canadian Championship title match, while the Montreal Impact look to overcome Toronto FC.
Four teams remain in the 2016 Canadian Championship, as Toronto FC faces the Montreal Impact and the Vancouver Whitecaps take on Ottawa Fury FC.
FC Edmonton’s acquisition of Nik Ledgerwood has major implications for Canadian soccer, in addition to NASL.