TORONTO -- Toronto FC scored three goals in a 20-minute span of the second half to beat undermanned D.C. United 4-1 Saturday in a battle of the two worst teams in MLS.
The win snapped an eight-game league winless streak for Toronto (5-15-11). D.C. United (3-21-6) now hasn't won in eight games.
Dike's goal came in the 67th minute after referee Ted Unkel played advantage when a D.C. United defender pulled a Toronto player down. Defemder Mark Bloom motored past the wreckage and sent in a cross that Dike volleyed home for his first goal in a Toronto shirt.