By FRANCO PANIZO
Chivas USA's impeccable road record remains in tact and Toronto FC's misery continues.
A first-half goal from midfielder Oswaldo Minda saw Chivas USA win their third road game of the season, as they recorded a 1-0 win over Toronto FC at BMO Field on Saturday afternoon to improve to 3-3 on the year.
For Toronto, the result marked a fifth consecutive defeat to start the season, the worst start in club history, and raised questions about head coach Aron Winter's future with the club.
Toronto FC deployed an attack-minded lineup to start the game and almost scored in the opening minutes, but Joao Plata saw a chance go begging after Danny Koevermans fed him with a pass.
That would come back to haunt the hosts, as Minda scored his first MLS goal in the 31st minute. A corner kick sent in from the right side from Miller Bolanos found Minda, who had jumped in front of Ryan Johnson to head the ball low and into the back of the net.
Toronto attempted to find an equalizer and grab its first point of the season, but four saves from Dan Kennedy helped Chivas USA leave with the three points.
Here are the match highlights:
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