TFC midfielder Sebastian Giovinco won the top individual prize of the CCL, the Golden Ball, recognizing the best player of the tournament. Giovinco started all eight games, and was directly involved in 11 of the 13 goals Toronto scored in their run to the final.
Thanks to his excellent performances throughout the 2018 @ScotiabankFC CONCACAF Champions League @torontofc’s Sebastian Giovinco earned the— THE CHAMPIONS (@TheChampions) April 26, 2018
Scotiabank Golden Ball award #SCCL2018. pic.twitter.com/F3hnB0GRbO
Fellow midfielder Jonathan Osorio won the Golden Boot, given to the top scorer, after he notched four goals, also in eight games.
.@torontofc midfielder Jonathan Osorio earned the Golden Boot— THE CHAMPIONS (@TheChampions) April 26, 2018
award after finishing as the top scorer in the 2018 @ScotiabankFC CONCACAF Champions League
with four goals #SCCL2018. pic.twitter.com/Wp1RtQqTRQ
The duo are the first Toronto FC players to win CCL awards. They are also the first MLS players to win CCL individual awards since the Montreal Impact's Evan Bush took the Golden Glove as best goalkeeper in the 2014-15 edition of the CCL.