Blast to the head goes unpunished
[VIDEO PICK: Foul Play] If this isn't red-card worthy, what is? Referee Edvin Jurisevic, who seemed close enough to the play to see Toronto FC's
Jonathan Osorio blast the ball at the head of the Red Bulls' fallen Kosuke Kimura but kept his cards in his pocket.
Jurisevic called the foul in the 77th
minute that dumped Kimura to the ground but Osorio got away with his reaction. We'll be surprised if MLS doesn't dish out a suspension after reviewing the incident.
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