FC Cincinnati falls to last place in MLS with loss to Toronto FC

It would have been hard to imagine FC Cincinnati's week getting worse after the club dismissed now-former head coach Jaap Stam and two assistant coaches Monday, but the club reached another low by Wednesday night. 

In a matchup of the the last-place and second-to-last place clubs in Major League Soccer, Toronto FC defeated FC Cincinnati, 3-1, Wednesday at BMO Field in Toronto, condemning Cincinnati to last place in the league. 

With FC Cincinnati Academy coach Tyrone Marshall serving as interim manager, FC Cincinnati went ahead late in the second half via Ronald Matarrita's second goal of 2021. 

The lead held through halftime but didn't last long after the intermission as Toronto scored three goals uninterrupted to take a 3-1 lead.

Jacob Shaffelburg equalized for Toronto in the 48th minute. Seven minutes later, Marco Delgado put Toronto in front at 2-1.

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