Pareja left searching for answers after loss in Toronto

Coach: "We don't have time to feel sorry for ourselves"

Colorado Rapids coach Oscar Pareja's post-game comments following 2-1 loss in Toronto:

Thoughts on the match:
"Sometimes in games like these you are searching for answers and today’s game is one of those games where we lost more than the points, I felt we lost our identity and that is very disappointing."
 
On regrouping for Saturday's match:
"We don’t have time to feel sorry for ourselves; we have to move on as there is no time to regret. We have a game in a couple of days and that is the mindset we have currently."
 
On substituting Jaime Castrillon and Luis Zapata with Tyson Wahl and Wells Thompson:
"Jaime was in the nursery as he was having a knee problem. He has some tendinitis in his knee so we decided to rest Jaime especially with the long stretch that he has had. Luis was experiencing some tiredness so we decided to give him a rest."
 
On Conor Casey scoring:

"He is the guy where the goals are going to come from and it is very good to have Conor scoring now."