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Toronto FC dominates in draw with D.C. United

Toronto FC dominated D.C. United, peppering goalkeeper Bill Hamid with shots from all angles, but had to settle for a disappointing 0-0 tie Wednesday night.

D.C. United (7-3-3) defended tenaciously while Toronto, missing injured striker Jozy Altidore, struggled for the right final touch in outshooting the visitors 35-3 (13-2 in shots on target) before an announced BMO Field crowd of 26,116. The MLS record for most shots by one team in a game is 38.

Toronto (5-4-2) controlled the play, outshooting D.C. 20-2 (7-1 in shots on target) in the first half but could not score despite 78.