Toronto Fc clinched the 2017 Major League Soccer Supporters' Shield title with an emphatic 4-2 triumph over the New York Red Bulls at BMO Field, according to Fox Sports. The match featured a total of six goals. Justin Morrow's hat trick (32', 37', 90+1') ensured victory for the home team and ultimately won the MLS Supporters' Shield in front of their 28,979 home crowd in attendant. Also, on the score sheet for TFC was Victor Vazquez (80').

And for the Red Bulls, Gonzalo Veron (39') and Daniel Royer (77' PK) made an impact. It was a moment of celebration for Greg Vanney's side having secured the most prestigious soccer title in the United States.

The victory makes TFC chase the record for most accumulated points in a season, currently held by LA Galaxy (1998 season champions with 68 points). Furthermore, with two good results in their upcoming matches, this Toronto team will officially be the best in MLS history. Here's a summary of the match.

Toronto FC outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Alexander Bono (6.12). Defender - Chris Mavinga (7.31), Drew Moor (6.24), Eriq Zavaleta (seven points), Nicolas Hasler (6.19), Justin Morrow (9.32). Midfielder - Víctor Vázquez (6.78), Michael Bradley (7.42), Marco Delgado (eight points). Forward - Tosaint Ricketts (6.52), Jozy Altidore (7.94). Used substitutes - Jonathan Osorio (six points), Benoit Cheyrou (six points), Steven Beitashour (6.18).

Team's strength and weakness: Toronto often stole possession from Red Bulls players and created several goal scoring chances relative to their possession. They were strong at finishing but often lost possession as well.

Style of play: TFC held more possession on Red Bulls' half, largely launched attacks through the middle and had high shot frequency when in possession.

New York Red Bulls outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Luis Robles (six points). Defender - Michael Murillo (5.76), Sal Zizzo (5.84), Aaron Long (5.57), Tyler Adams (6.69), Connor Lade (6.74). Midfielder - Daniel Royer (6.87), Felipe (6.68), Sean Davis (6.22), Derrick Etienne (6.21). Forward - Gonzalo Verón (7.62).

Used substitutes - Muhamed Keita (six points), Sacha Kljestan (6.21), Bradley Wright-Phillips (5.77).

Team's strength and weakness: Red Bulls set up chances in front of goal from long range shots, and they were good at scoring. However, Jesse Marsch's side gave away lots of free kicks around their half.

Style of play: RBNY played with space and favored only short passes

Man of the match

No doubt, Justin Morrow was the Man of the Match. Morrow's hat trick apparently gave TFC the victory. He had a total of fifty-eight touches in the match.

Upcoming fixtures

New York Red Bulls will play host to Vancouver Whitecaps on Saturday, October 7. Eight days later, Toronto faces Montreal Impact