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Historical Win for the Montreal Impact

The Impact have struggled thus far in their first season in the MLS with a 0-4-1 record until today’s game against Toronto FC.

It was clear that head coach Jesse Marsch had to make some changes to his squad and his gamble paid off.

Montreal defeated those Torontonian bastards (being from Montreal I personally despise all teams hailing from Toronto) with a final score of 2-1.

At the 18th minute Ubiparipovic scored on a great pass from Neagle who had just stolen the ball from Terry Dunfield. The steal in itself was amazing, some one should’ve called the authorities on that play because Dunfield was robbed blind. What amazed me the most was that Dunfield put himself in such a vulnerable position to have the ball stolen. A player of such “high-caliber” like Terry shouldn’t let that happen.

But it led to a Montreal goal; so thank you Terry Dunfield, thank you very much.

Ty Harden really shat the bed when he miscalculated a heel pass that Andrew Wenger capitalized on to give the home team their second goal of the game. Honestly, that was a terrible mistake. In doing so he put his goaltender in a bad position to make a save and he was unable to.

Amazingly Toronto was still able to score a goal when playing a man short after Logan Emory was shown the red card and it was a nice goal too from Koevermans but too little too late.

All in all it was a great game to watch if you’re a Montreal fan and a historical first win for the Impact in the MLS. Let’s hope that this win at home will fuel them and make them thirsty for more victories.

Allez Montréal!

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