The England international made it three goals in two games for new side Toronto FC, while Tottenham booked one of the advertising boards at the game.
Jermain Defoe’s decision to leave Tottenham in search of regular first-team football will not be something that the striker took lightly.
After two spells at White Hart Lane the forward has sentiment towards the North London club – and it is clearly replicated, as Spurs bought one of the advertising boardings at the Canadian club’s game against DC United to voice their support for the striker.
Defoe has stated that he hopes that regular game time in the MLS will see him included in England’s World Cup squad this summer, and the veteran poacher has started his time at his new club well.
After netting a brace on his debut, Defoe made it three goals in two games with this strike against DC United.
The goal in the 60th minute was the only goal of the game and means that the English star has scored all three of Toronto FC’s goals this season so far.