Rafa Marquez Sparks the Red Bulls To a 4-1 Victory Over Toronto

Toronto - Rafa Marquez scored his first MLS goal in the 35th minute to ignite the New York Red Bulls to a 4-1 victory over Toronto FC.

Killing two birds with one stone, the Red Bulls ended Toronto's 17 game unbeaten streak at the BMO Field while silencing their home crowd of 22,108.

By winning their 10th game of the season, the Red Bulls doubled last year's win total and remain in second place in the Eastern Conference.

Today's four-goal performance by the Red Bulls demonstrated the offensive potential this team has when they're running on all cylinders and attacking the net.

Goals by Rafa (35th), Juan Pablo Angel (61st, PK), Carl Robinson (77th) and Toronto's Joseph Nane (44th, own goal) help end the Red Bulls three-game scoring drought in which they were only able to produce one goal while allowing the opposition to score one goal too.

Along with the goals, the defense was simply superb. Red Bulls Goalkeeper Bouna Coundoul...

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