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TORONTO -- So often victims of conceding late goals this season, Toronto FC nearly turned the tables against the best team in the MLS Western Conference. Erik Haula Golden Knights Jersey . TFC had three golden opportunities in injury time to get an equalizer, but came up short in a 1-0 loss to Real Salt Lake on Saturday that snapped Torontos three-game unbeaten streak. "It was just the bounce of the ball didnt quite seem to let it roll into the back of the net and it was one of those days where by far we had the more opportunities," said Jeremy Brockie, who had two of Torontos late chances. "We probably should have won that because their only shot found the back of the net." Brockies first chance came when he got his head to a deflected Justin Braun cross, but Salt Lake goalkeeper Nick Rimando made an acrobatic save to the ball to keep it out. Minutes later, Brockie was played in with a through ball and beat Rimando only to see defender Nat Borchers clear the ball out for a corner at the last second. With the last kick of the game, Rimando was at it again stopping what was a scuffed shot from defender Steven Caldwell. "I dont know how many chances there were in the last 10 to 15 minutes to equalize," said TFC head coach Ryan Nelsen. "Thats the probably the frustrating thing. Even our performance is not as good as it has been in the past, were playing the best team in the West and the boys are completely gutted that they had the chances." Yordany Alvarezs goal just before halftime had given Salt Lake the lead despite Toronto dominating play. Javier Morales had the ball in the TFC penalty area and knocked it back out to Alvarez who unleashed a right-footed shot that left Toronto goalkeeper Joe Bendik rooted on the line as he watched the ball fly past him, silencing the 20,841 in attendance at BMO Field. TFC is still winless at BMO Field in MLS competition since July 18, 2012, when they beat the Colorado Rapids. Their only home victory this season came when they beat Sporting Kansas City in March at the Rogers Centre. "We werent very good and we need to step on, especially at home," said captain Darren ODea, who still hasnt experienced winning at BMO Field since joining the team in August of last year. "If we want to win games in this league we have to do better at home." Both teams were reduced to 10-men rosters with 11 minutes remaining when both Tony Beltran for Salt Lake and Doneil Henry were red carded. It was Henrys second ejection of the season. Beltran had initially fouled Silva before needlessly shoving the Toronto player and Henry then stormed in to shove Beltran to the ground. Had Henry simply resisted the urge to shove Beltran, Toronto would have been up a man for those crucial moments. The red card means Henry is facing a suspension, but TFC already knew theyll have be without him and three other players who head off to link up with the Canadian national team to prepare for Julys Gold Cup tournament in the United States. "His instinct as a young 20-year-old is probably to do it," said Nelsen of Henrys lapse in judgment. "Everyone in this room has probably done the same thing. Is it the right thing to do? Of course not. We would have had 11 men versus 10. We were in the ascendancy and maybe things would have been different." Just two minutes into the game, Canadian Jonathan Osorio eluded a few Salt Lake defenders before taking a left-footed shot from outside the 18-yard box that just went wide. Toronto again came calling in the 13th minute when Danny Koevermans found a streaking Bobby Convey through the middle. Convey lunged to get his left foot to the ball but it spun away wide. Koevermans was making his first start since tearing an ACL almost a year ago. Save for a few heavy touches on the ball, Koevermans put in a good performance getting involved in Torontos attack while also helping out on defence when needed. He lasted 54 minutes before being replaced by Luis Silva. Calvin Pickard Golden Knights Jersey . Still, Milan remained five points behind city rival Inter Milan in the race for fifth place and the final Europa League berth, after Inter beat 10-man Parma 2-0. Meanwhile, Paul Pogba led the way as Juventus stayed on course for a third consecutive title with a 1-0 win over relegation-threatened Bologna. William Karlsson Golden Knights Jersey . But this time, the Gunners weathered the storm. Arsene Wengers team was on the ropes in the early stages of a lively FA Cup tie, until Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain scored a goal against the run of the play. . - Bryan Price sat down in the cushy chair.I was just about to imprint in my memory that the Hamilton Tiger Cats have gone from average at best to one of the best, and then Ricky Ray hits Chad Owens and the Argos win 34-33. Im not sure why Craig Butler was told to safety blitz in that situation while protecting a lead, and not sure why Eric Harris, who to me is part linebacker-part defensive back, drew the cover Chad Owens assignment at that moment. When Ray looked across at the Line of scrimmage and saw the one-on-one opportunity, he must have smiled inside and said okay, we have a chance. The other reason for the Ticats failure and the Argos success was the last five plays on offense. Coach Austin talked about finishing late 4th quarter football. The last five plays were the worst five plays for Zach Collaros and the Ticats offense. Throwing for over 300 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions, the Ticats have found their quarterback of the present and foreseeable future put in the pressure plays when managing and killing the clock is everything. For me, it was the thing for Hamiltons loss. With Toronto, a grinding win of 431 yards passing and only 45 yards rushing. It was good to see John Chiles back as a receiver; with eight catches for 123 yards. Going into the last four games, the Argos need him with Andre Durie out for the year. I thought Hamilton outplayed Toronto, except in the critical moments of the game, and sometimes when it is close in the 4th, those critical moments are everything. Last thought on this one. Both teams had a ridicules number of penalties - Toronto with 21 and Hamilton with 17 - and they play again in two weeks. I would love to see that change, as the penalties destroy the entertainment value of the game. The referee will call what he sees, so the players must play better. A distressing thought moving into Week 17. In BC, the Lions beat an Ottawa team they should beat. Good game for Kevin Glenn and it should be. Without Andrew Harris, Stephan Logan, a limited Tim Harris, and two receivers in Courtney Taylor and Bryan Burnham, the depth of BC was tested and passed. Running back Keola Antolin looked good this week compared to previous weeks and Lavasier Tuinei at 65 is easy to find down field. In what should ggarner more attention, BC has now not allowed a touchdown in 16 quarters of football. Deryk Engelland Golden Knights Jersey. . Quick review goes as follows: Calgary 14, BC 7 and no touchdowns allowed, Hamilton 19, BC 17 with no touchdowns allowed, BC 41, Ottawa 3 with no touchdowns allowed. A remarkable accomplishment. In Ottawa, the young running back Roy Finch looked really good; explosive and elusive, and it now means the running back position is set in Ottawa with Chevon Walker, Johnathan Williams and Roy Finch. All three are solid running backs. In Montreal, they have defiantly not found the next Anthony Calvillo but Johnathan Crompton continues to win. He is putting faith in his receivers and they are reciprocating by making good downfield plays for him. Crompton has yet to throw for 300 yards but that has little significance when you continue to win as the leader. For Saskatchewan, it was too conservative and it caught up to them in the third quarter, as Montreal scored 20 and Saskatchewan 0. There is a problem in Regina and we all know what it is. Kerry Joseph to the rescue? The decisions made this week are so significant, as the Riders have Edmonton at home, Calgary in Calgary, a Week 19 bye and Edmonton to close out the 2014 regular season. First place is out of the question and last place is not a concern. But at 9-6, anywhere from second to fourth is possible and with two games against Edmonton, both at home even after all this adversity, the Riders can finish 12-6 and that is so much more impressive than 9-9. Four weeks to go and three games to play. Last game of the week was Winnipeg 9, Edmonton 41 and the score could have been worse. Saskatchewan has a quarterback problem, the Bombers may have a team problem, as in, not a good enough team to compete with the best and Edmonton is one of the best. They are on a collision course with Calgary come playoff time and in my mind, the two best teams in the league. Enjoy the East vs. East and the West vs. West for the last four weeks. With three teams at 6-8, the East is a who wants it Division, while out west only Calgary is secure. Edmonton, Saskatchewan, BC and, yes, Winnipeg, all could make the playoffs or one and two could miss. Four weeks and 16 games to go. 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