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MLS: Montreal beat Revolution 4-0

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Montreal – Team Montreal had a confident opponent, but they quickly pulled the rug out from under them to claim another convincing win.

Rommel Koyoto scored twice and the Montreal team produced a nearly perfect performance to eliminate the New England Revolution 4-0 on Saturday night at Saputo Stadium.

Al-Thawra (8-8-10) may be in their third match in seven days, they are undefeated in their last five matches and have only suffered two defeats since the beginning of May. However, CF Montreal’s quick attacks (14-8-4) left him breathless and he couldn’t keep up.

The coach of the winning team, Wilfried Nancy, said: “We knew that if we kept putting the necessary intensity and alternating patience and acceleration with the ball, the fatigue would come. What I liked was that we were expecting a reaction in the second half, but the players turned up the score. It’s a perfect game guys. »

The Montreal team took advantage of this dominance to continue its streak of success. They are undefeated in their last seven matches (5-0-2) and have ended a six-game losing streak against Al-Thawra, which they have been unbeaten since February 29, 2020.

“It was a great performance at home. We wanted to come out strong because we didn’t win back-to-back games at home. You have to send a message to the other teams that coming here is complicated and I think we did that tonight,” Samuel Piette noted. It’s good for morale not to have to A close match in the second half.”

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By achieving their first victory in front of their supporters since July 16, the blue team maintained their grip on the second tier of the Eastern Conference, with 46 points. They are five points behind Philadelphia Union, but four points ahead of third-placed New York City.

More importantly for Montreal, it widened the gap with the eight-team team in the knockout race. They are 12 points behind FC Cincinnati, who are currently eighth, just eight games ahead. Only the top seven teams from each association will participate in the playoffs.

“It’s huge. We try to stay as close to the union as possible. We stole points early in the season, when he played with us before takeoff,” said defender Kemal Miller. Now that we have the momentum we need to keep going and make sure he feels by clicking. »

In addition to Quioto, who scored the 500th goal in CF Montreal’s MLS history, Kei Kamara and Matko Miljevic, during a penalty kick, moved the ropes. With his 135th career goal, Kamara broke the tie with Jeff Cunningham for third place in MLS history.

It was the fourth time this season that Montreal scored at least four goals in a single match.

Defenseman Rudy Camacho was left out of the squad due to a right shoulder injury he sustained last Saturday in Houston. Manager Wilfried Nancy mentioned earlier this week that he could be out of action for a few weeks.

For his part, midfielder Djorji Mihajlovic was absent due to a possible transfer, the team said. There are rumors swirling around him with AZ Alkmaar in the Eredivisie, but details are yet to be confirmed.

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CF Montreal used the first half to honor former captain Patrice Bernier, who was inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame on June 9. Bernier was the team captain from 2014 to 2017.

The Montreal squad plays their next game on Saturday night when they visit the Chicago Fire.

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After a fairly systematic start to the match, the Montreal club quietly approached Revolution’s net and got some chances in the penalty area.

Gabriel Corbo and Kamara threatened from a corner kick, but goalkeeper Dordi Petrovic had to stop for the first time after a low shot from Kyoto.

Wilfried Nancy’s men opened the scoring in the 29th minute, after touching a beautiful ball from Matteo Cchoener and Kyoto. Honduras passed to Camara, who evaded John Bell’s cover before defeating Petrovich.

Schweiner was the source of his team’s second goal in the 39th minute. He stole the ball from Brandon Bay and avoided an interference from Andrew Farrell to fire Lacey LaPalainen while running. The Finn sent the ball to Quioto, who sent it into the net.

It was another Quebec who set the table for the Montreal people’s third goal. Finishing alone in the middle of the field, Piette made a very long pass from right to left and found Quioto’s foot. The latter was patient and stripped Farrell of his clothes before cheating Petrovich’s vigil.

Goalkeeper James Bantames, another Quebec player, entered the match in the second half thanks to a few good saves and rewarded with another goal during injury time.

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Entering the match in the 77th minute, Miljevic forced Omar Gonzalez to stumble into the penalty area and awarded the Montreal team a penalty kick. Miljevic easily found the net as Petrovic jumped in the wrong direction.