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Canadians Osorio, Chapman lead 2nd-half charge in TFC win over Orlando

Jonathan Osorio and Jay Chapman scored second-half goals and Toronto FC beat Orlando City 2-0 on Saturday.

Toronto takes lead for good in 65th minute

Toronto FC midfielder Jay Chapman (14), seen above in action last month, scored a goal during the second half on Saturday against host Orlando City SC. (Cole Burston/Canadian Press)

Toronto FC homegrown players Jonathan Osorio and Jay Chapman scored second-half goals as TFC beat Orlando City 2-0 on Saturday.

Toronto native Osorio gave Toronto (5-2-1) the lead in the 65th minute, dribbling past Lamine Sane and cutting back to evade Oriol Rosell before curling home a right-footer into the side netting.

Chapman, from Brampton, Ont., made it 2-0 in the 77th minute, bringing down Alejandro Pozuelo's pass with an outstretched leg and finishing between goalkeeper Brian Rowe's legs from a narrow angle.

Quentin Westberg had two saves for his first MLS shutout.

Rowe had seven saves for Orlando (3-4-3) for an MLS-leading 37 this season.

Osorio's beauty helps TFC blank Orlando: 

Toronto FC defeats Orlando City 2-0, homegrown players Jonathan Osorio and Jay Chapman score second-half goals. 1:13

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