Crew-Toronto FC Preview foxsports Apr 22, 2011 at 7:18p ET Columbus Crew goalkeeper William Hesmer has recorded four consecutive shutouts, which doesn’t bode well for a Toronto FC team that hasn’t won a match in the series. Article continues below ... Hesmer looks to extend his club-record streak and help keep visiting Columbus unbeaten against Toronto on Saturday. Hesmer made two saves for Columbus (2-1-2) in its 1-0 win against Kansas City last Saturday, bringing his shutout streak to 373 minutes. “It’s a team accomplishment,” Hesmer told the league’s official website. “Sometimes the goalkeeper’s name goes behind the shutout column, but really – from top to back – we’re doing an amazing job defending. “We’re organized. We’re communicating, and for a goalkeeper this is a dream to sit in behind a group of guys like this.” Robbie Rogers scored his second goal, equaling his total from 2010. “It’s great to see Robbie getting goals,” Hesmer said. “He’s the type of guy who once he goes for one or two, he could explode for 10.” Hesmer scored the second goal by a goalkeeper in MLS history in the last meeting against Toronto on Oct. 16, tying the game 2-all in the last minute to keep the Crew unbeaten in the series. They are 5-0-6 against Toronto and can maintain possession of the Trillium Cup, which the teams play for each meeting. While the shutout streak has helped Columbus earn points, it has scored only four goals this season – tied for last in the Eastern Conference. The Crew have played to two scoreless draws, and half their goal total came in a 2-0 win against FC Dallas on April 1. Toronto (1-2-3) hasn’t scored in two straight games, falling 3-0 last Saturday against D.C., and multiple starters are questionable for this matchup due to injuries. Forward Alan Gordon, tied for the team lead with two goals, missed his second straight match with adductor tightness, and Alen Stevanovic suffered the same injury against United. Defender Adrian Cann played only 12 minutes before leaving with a pectoral contusion. Cann’s defensive partner, Ty Harden, is suspended. Despite a four-match winless streak (0-1-3), coach Aron Winter said he’s seen improvement. “We are rebuilding,” Winter said. “The way that we were training each game we were getting better, but (last Saturday) nothing was going the way that we want.” Toronto has allowed four goals in the first 15 minutes of the game and nine in the first half, both most in the league. “Every game that you play in MLS I think the most important moment is the first 15 to 20 minutes … and we have to use the home advantage, especially with the fans behind us, and it’s something we didn’t do (against D.C.),” midfielder Julian De Guzman said. These team have played to a draw in each of the last four meetings in Toronto.