By Annie Ross

The bottom-dwelling Philly Union were shut out again.

Victor Vazquez, Sebastian Giovinco and Jay Chapman all scored to lead Toronto FC to a 3-0 victory over the visiting Union.

Vazquez got Toronto on the scoreboard in the 29th minute and Giovinco made it 2-0 in the 65th with his first goal of the season. Toronto (2-4-1) earned its first league victory in five weeks.

Chapman capped the scoring in the 90th.

Toronto started the night last in the 11-team Eastern Conference, but leapfrogged Montreal and D.C. United. Philly (2-4-2) is a point ahead.

The Union managed the occasional scoring chance, but seemed rather flummoxed overall. Toronto used quick, efficient passes and an aggressive style to break down the Union defense.