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CF Montreal is dominant at home

CF Montreal is dominant at home

After thirteen years of disappointment at the Olympic Stadium against Santos Laguna, Montreal put aside bad memories to whitewash the Mexican club 3-0 in a second leg duel in the round of 16 of the Champions League. CONCACAF, Wednesday evening.

Many Quebec fans still remember the wonderful return of Santos Laguna on March 5, 2009 at the Montreal Coliseum. This time around, Bleu-Blanc-Noir left no doubt by quickly taking the lead and maintaining the lead.

Signed in Mexico, CF Montreal did not take long to equalize in total goals. In the tenth minute of play, Mathieu Cchoener sent a superb cross pass to Rommel Koyoto, who beat the goalkeeper before putting the ball into the net from a very narrow angle.

Top scorer, Honduran then became a bystander. Patience with the ball, he found Djordje Mihajlovic in the penalty area, who beat goalkeeper Carlos Acevedo with a shell just under the crossbar.

In his debut with FC Montreal, young Ismail Kone gave the same confidence to his teammates and fans by making the ropes shake in the 61st minute. The 19-year-old midfielder missed a golden opportunity earlier in the match, but his clear shot landed in the right spot this time around.

Striker Ki Camara wore the Montreal shirt for the first time in a match when he arrived with a quarter of an hour left.

Goalkeeper Sebastian Briza was perfect, blocking Santos Laguna’s shots on target. Mexico’s representatives were not as decisive as in the first match they won 1-0 at the Estadio La Coruña.

Montreal FC advanced to the CONCACAF Champions League quarter-finals with a 3-0 victory over Santos Laguna on Wednesday at the Olympic Stadium.

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