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Toronto FC-Revolution

Posted by Frank Dell'Apa, Globe Staff  May 22, 2010 12:42 PM

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Toronto FC-Revolution 1-0, final..

65th minute: Forwards Kenny Mansally and Zack Schilawski entered as the Revolution went to a 4-4-2.

Chad Barrett headed in a Sam Cronin corner kick (53d)

Toronto FC-Revolution 0-0, halftime:

Shalrie Joseph changed the Revolution midfield dynamic in his first appearance since April 10. The Revolution played through Joseph and Marko Perovic in midfield, threatening off some coherent build-ups.

Toronto's Martin Saric was cautioned (7th minute) for a hard foul on Joseph and Joseph was cautioned (25th) for taking down Jacob Peterson.

Pre-game
Shalrie Joseph returned to the Revolution lineup for Saturday's 1 p.m. game against Toronto FC after missing five games. Joseph was named team captain, returning to his central midfield role in a 4-5-1 alignment.

Starting lineups:

TORONTO FC-REVOLUTION
TORONTO FC: Frei; Gargan, Garcia, Cann, Hscanovics; Peterson, Saric, Sanyang, Cronin; Ibrahim, Barrett.
REVOLUTION: Burpo; Alston, Phelan, Gibbs, Tierney; Nyassi, Joseph, Niouky, Perovic, Boggs; Dube.
Referee: Michael Kennedy.

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