- Bernardeschi scores direct from corner
- Third goal in six games
- Helped Toronto in a 2-2 draw
WHAT HAPPENED? Bernardeschi has already helped Toronto FC out with four goal contributions in six games so far and on Sunday night he scored a spectacular 'Olimpico' goal against Charlotte in the sixth minute. The former Juventus man took a left-footed corner on the right of Charlotte's goal and managed to slot the ball into the opposite corner of the goal over the helpless George Marks.
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THE BIGGER PICTURE: Unfortunately for the Italian, his goal, in the end, did not help Toronto's bid for three points as the game ended with a 2-2 draw as the Canadian outfit dropped a two-goal lead in the second half.
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WHAT NEXT? Toronto will be hopeful that Bernardeschi's wonderful form can continue as the Canadians travel to Nashville next weekend in a bid to enter the top eight in the Eastern Conference.