Toronto FC continued their fine form at home with a 4-0 emphatic triumph over San Jose Earthquakes last weekend, Toronto used goals from Jozy Altidore, Victor Vazquez and Jonathan Osorio to outran the Earthquakes at the BMO Field. The Quakes' defense were apparently porous as they fell to TFC's offensive assaults often and in the process they conceded four goals. With this Match outcome, Toronto Fc are at the summit of the Eastern standings with fifty-nine points. In the West, San Jose Earthquakes are seventh on thirty-six points. Here's a quick summary of the encounter.

Toronto FC outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Alexander Bono (seven points). Defenders - Steven Beitashour (8.00), Chris Mavinga (7.25), Drew Moor (7.44), Eriq Zavaleta (7.20), Justin Morrow (6.80). Midfielder - Víctor Vázquez (9.65), Michael Bradley (seven points), Marco Delgado (seven points). Forward - Sebastian Giovinco (6.49), Jozy Altidore (8.98). Used substitutes - Jonathan Osorio (8.11), Tosaint Ricketts (six points), Armando Cooper (six points).

Team's strength and weakness: Toronto FC gained complete dominance over the Quakes, and they were solid at setting up goal bound chances from long shots, through passes and from the both sides. Overall, they were strong at finishing up their chances.

Team style of play: Toronto FC apparently favored long passes and through balls from the midfield. They held large quantity of ball possession on San Jose Earthquakes' half.

San Jose Earthquakes outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Andrew Tarbell (5.77). Defenders - Kofi Sarkodie (5.89), Florian Jungwirth (6.03), Víctor Bernárdez (5.77), Shea Salinas (5.89).

Midfielder - Tommy Thompson (5.90), Darwin Cerén (five points), Aníbal Godoy (six points), Jackson Yueill (5.69). Forward - Marco Ureña (5.77), Chris Wondolowski (five points). Used substitutes - Jahmir Hyka (six points), Danny Hoesen (six points).

Team's strength and weakness: the Earthquakes only created goal bound opportunities from long shots but were poor at scoring.

The visiting team were often displaced, committed a lot of errors while in possession and were aggressive in tackling.

Team style of play: the visitors favored long strikes and long passes.

Man of the match?

Víctor Vázquez was outstanding for Toronto FC. He was significant to Toronto's victory. Vázquez attempted two shots on target, made five accurate key passes and successfully completed a whopping 127 touches.

Both teams upcoming fixtures?

Toronto FC will travel to Los Angeles to face the LA Galaxy at StubHub Center on Sunday 17 September. The same day, the San Jose Earthquakes will play host to Houston Dynamo.