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Take a bow, Sebastian Giovinco.
The reigning MLS MVP was at it again on Saturday night, scoring a hat-trick as his Toronto FC strolled to a 4-1 win over the New England Revolution at BMO Field.
The ex-Juventus man was almost unplayable throughout the evening, as Toronto moved to within a point of Eastern Conference leaders New York City FC.
Giovinco's first goal was a beauty, struck with the outside of his boot:
And his second wasn't too bad, either:
Teal Bunbury and Jozy Altidore rounded out the scoring after the Italian forward had added a third from the penalty spot:
Back-to-back MVP titles, anyone?