Toronto FC's story in 2014 has been remarkable, having risen from one of the worst teams in the league to one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference.
Still, Toronto has struggled to find consistent form, especially against the Eastern Conference's top teams. Following back-to-back losses against Eastern Conference leaders Sporting KC and D.C. United, they found their footing last week with a win against the Montreal Impact and headed into Columbus this weekend looking to separate themselves from the pack in the East.
They did that with a 3-2 victory over the Crew, a team in itself fighting for a playoff spot. Toronto also showed a lot of heart, responding to conceding an equalizer in the 81st minute by picking up a late goal of their own in the 84th minute for the win.