Canadian international Jonathan Osorio scored his 50th career goal and the eventual game-winner for Toronto FC in the second half, executing a sliding finish to perfection to beat Bill Hamid at his near post.
- THE BIG PICTURE: Toronto FC head into the March international break on a much-needed high note, earning their first victory of the season in Week 4. The win was Toronto's first regular-season triumph over D.C. United in almost five years, snapping a nine-game winless streak dating back to 2017. D.C. United, meanwhile, will be disappointed to walk away with nothing following such a positive start to the match. After opening the season with two wins, Hernán Losada's men have now dropped back-to-back matches, losing last week to the Chicago Fire FC and now Toronto.
- MOMENT OF THE MATCH: Jonathan Osorio's 50th goal for the club may have been one of his finest.
- MAN OF THE MATCH: Luca Petrasso. The young Canadian wasn't on many people's radars before the start of the season, but has seemingly turned into a must-start for Toronto FC, assisting on both of his team's goals Saturday.