Many soccer pundits would have expected Toronto Football Club (8-5-2) to cruise past the New England (5-5-5), considering their recent red-hot form as leaders of the Eastern Conference. However, after ninety minutes of field play, that wasn't the case as the New England Revolution apparently “surged” to a 3-0 home triumph to snap Toronto Fc's eight match undefeated streak that began in April.

Benjamin Anguoua gave the Revs the early lead

Defender Benjamin Anguoua got the opener in the seventeenth minutes, heading home a fine cross from playmaker Lee Nguyen to put the Revs ahead.

The goal was Benjamin Angoua's first since joining the club from French Ligue 1 club Guingamp during the off season transfer market. Later in the twenty-fourth minutes, Justin Morrow came almost close to level up the scoreline, but his right footed volley struck the right woodwork. Afterwards, Armando Cooper saw his thirty-fourth minute attempt saved by the strong hand of New England goalkeeper Cody Cropper, which apparently kept Toronto FC off the “board” going into first half break.

Fagundez doubled the lead

The Revs Raheem Edwards missed a clear chance inside the penalty box in the sixtieth minutes, before the hosts team doubled the scoreline. Diego Fagundez's right footed effort three minutes later extended New England's lead.

The 22-year -old Uruguayan forward finished up calmly inside the box, after Juan Agudelo's initial attempt was saved by Toronto FC goalkeeper Alex Bono. The goal was Diego Fagundez's fourth strike of the year.

Fagundez was named man of the match

Fagundez'seighty-fifth minute shot struck the far post, but this time Juan Agudelo brilliantly headed home the Revs third-goal of the encounter.

The goal was the American seventh goal of the season. With Michael Bradley and Jozy Altidore away due to international duty with the United States Men's National Team, Toronto FC only “mustered” three-shots on target in the blowout loss. Alex Bono, who came in for Clint Irwin, made just three saves. At the end of the encounter, Uruguayan forward Diego Fagundez was named the man of the match for playing a prominent role in the New England Revolution attack and also scored a goal.

With this shutout home win, The New England Revolution now moved to twenty points in the Eastern Conference standings and will slog it out with in-form Chicago Fire on June 17, while Toronto FC will play host to struggling DC United on the same day.