Frankie Amaya celebrates his first goal as a Red Bull. (Wendell Cruz-USA TODAY Sports)

HARRISON, N.J. – The Red Bulls spoiled former head coach Chris Armas’ return to Red Bull Arena Saturday, recording a 2-0 win over Toronto FC.

Frankie Amaya tallied in the first half and Caden Clark found the net in the final 45 minute to lift the hosts to their second consecutive win as they improved to 2-2. Toronto fell to 1-3.

Armas was fired as Red Bulls coach late last season.

Amaya struck for his first goal as a Red Bull in the 32nd minute and Clark gave the Red Bulls some breathing room in the 69th minute. It was his third goal this MLS season.

Fabio assisted on both goals as he has three this campaign.

Goalkeeper Carlos Coronel registered his second clean sheet.

John Tolkin made his MLS debut when he replaced Andrew Gutman.