The New York Red Bulls completed the season sweep of Toronto FC with a 2-0 win at Red Bull Arena.
The win, New York’s second straight at home, pushes the Red Bulls to 26 points – tied for the most in the Eastern Conference.
After scoring a hat trick in the Red Bulls last outing against Toronto, Lewis Morgan found the back of the net once again for his team-leading seventh goal of the season.
The second-minute tally was delivered from a corner kick by John Tolkin, who found Morgan just inside the six-yard box to head it home for the opening tally.
Toronto had five attempts in the first half, forcing two saves from Red Bulls keeper Carlos Coronel.
Luquinhas iced the game in the 56th minute with a brilliant chip from the top of the box. Cristian Cásseres, Jr. played a ball over the top of Toronto’s back line on to an onrushing Tom Barlow, whose attempt was stopped.
The rebound fell to the feet of Luquinhas, who one-timed the ball over the keeper and backtracking defender to make it 2-0.
Coronel sealed his fourth clean sheet of the season with a stop on a Jacob Shaffelburg breakaway in the 82nd minute.
New York is now unbeaten against Toronto FC in its last seven matches and has won five straight at home against Toronto.
The Red Bulls are back at Red Bull Arena on Wednesday for a U.S. Open Cup quarterfinal clash with NYCFC before traveling to LAFC for their next MLS match June 26.