2016 Team of the Week (Wk 21): Toronto take Trillium Cup thanks to Giovinco

After netting a hat trick before the AT&T MLS All-Star Game, Sebastian Giovinco had no plans on slowing down after playing 32 minutes against Arsenal.

The Atomic Ant collected a goal and two assists, with one of his assists coming after his shot was deflected off of Tsubasa Endoh's back. Giovinco is now tied for second in MLS with 12 goals and tied for third in assists with 9.

Drew Moor helped Toronto keep their eighth clean sheet of the season, matching a club record. The former Colorado Rapids center back showed again why he's one of the frontrunners for Defender of the Year.

Check out the rest of the MLS Week 21 Team of the Week below:

Player (Week 21 Audi Player Index Ranking)

GK: David Bingham, SJ (#109): 1 goal conceded, 2 saves
D: Drew Moor, TOR (#85): 5 clearances, 3 interceptions, 93% passing accuracy
D: Jelle Van Damme, LA (#83): 4 interceptions, 3 clearances, 2 blocks
D: Ike Opara, SKC (#53): 4 clearances, 4 interceptions, 88% passing accuracy
M: Tommy McNamara, NYC (#7): 5 chances created, 3 shots, 93% passing accuracy
M: Frank Lampard, NYC (#2): 3 goals, 7 shots, 3 clearances
M: Nicolas Lodeiro, SEA (#5): 4 shots, 3 chances created, 85% passing accuracy
M: Kevin Molino, ORL (#3): 2 goals, 1 assist, 4 shots
F: Joao Plata, RSL (#4): 1 goal, 5 shots, 2 successful dribbles
F: Sebastian Giovinco, TOR (#1): 1 goal, 2 assists, 7 shots
F: Maximiliano Urruti, DAL (#11): 1 goal, 5 shots

Bench: Jake Gleeson, POR (#19); Lawrence Olum, SKC (#44); Marky Delgado, TOR (#125); Luciano Acosta, DC (#55); Mauro Diaz, DAL (#78); John Goossens, CHI (#100); Jack Harrison, NYC (#8)

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