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Philadelphia Union's Le Toux not getting carried away with match-saving double

Sebastian Le Toux was Philadelphia Union's leading scorer last season with 14 goals from 28 appearances.

Prior to Wednesday night's meeting with New England Revolution, the Frenchman had contributed just four from 25 starts.

Le Toux got some of his goalscoring form back with a match-saving double in the remarkable 4-4 draw at PPL Park but he insists that his knack for scoring goals consistently is not quite back and indicates that he needs to provide more for the second-year MLS club who now sit third on the Eastern Conference table.

I don't know about that yet, but I am happy to score two tonight," he said.

"My teammate Stefani Miglioranzi joked that I need to score in every game in the last [eight] games of the season, but I am really just here to help the team in any way I can.

"I hope me scoring in every game is the case, but I want those goals to result in points, starting with Portland [this Saturday]."

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Andrew Slevison
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