2-0, 2 penalty kicks, Denilson and Thompson. Not a stunning performance by any means, but at this stage of the season, 3 points is 3 points no matter how you get them. The positives: - Sala, I'm happy to say, is proving us doubters wrong. His kicking is still pretty rubbish, but he made some important saves tonight. - Denilson is showing some real flashes of brilliance, and now he has his name on the scoresheet I can only see his confidence improving. The negatives: - Too many sloppy balls given away, particularly by the midfield. If there's one thing the boys need to work on, it's their short-ball game. Here's hoping the introduction of Denilson can go some way to improving that. Other points: - Decent performance by Wags. He had a couple of hairy moments, and there were a couple of times that Serioux and Denilson left him stranded, but he got back well to stop at least one breakaway and came so very close to getting an assist. Gbandi may struggle to claim his starting place back if Wags can keep it up. - Odouro really lit up the attack when he came on. I realise he's pretty much there to come on late and tear up a tired opposition back line, but it's always great to see it in action. - While it was nice to know that we can defend without Goodson, a better team than Toronto would've almost certainly got at least one tonight. If there's one major signing we need to make in the post-season, it's someone to shore up the defense.