CF Montreal insists and wins at the end of the match

In the end, with 15 minutes remaining in the game, CF Montreal took advantage of a lengthy interruption due to storms in Columbus to come back from behind to emerge victorious 2-1 in a duel with the Crew on Wednesday night.

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Defender Joel Waterman, with a shot while diving near the Eloy Room cage, created hysteria in the Montreal ranks by scoring the game-winning net in second-half stoppage time.


CF defender Joel Waterman questions the referee's decision to show him a yellow card in the first half.

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CF defender Joel Waterman questions the referee’s decision to show him a yellow card in the first half.

Trailing from the 14th minute, the blue, white and black team were experiencing their best moments over game time when striker Romell Quioto entered the field repeatedly hitting the door without being able to knock it down.

However, it was in the 74th minute that the Foot Club’s momentum came to a halt when the referee ruled that it was no longer safe to walk on the grass at Lower.com Field. Threatening lightning was seen, but the storm cell was slow to disperse.

In the return, the equivalent of a full game later, the visitors struggled to break through the Crew’s final defensive curtain, with opposition players aggressive with the ball carrier.

If any player knows how to get out of trouble, it is the great Kei Kamara. The Sierra Leone native scored with a header shortly before injury time, releasing his club 1-1.

It was Kamara’s 134th career goal, tying Jeff Cunningham for third in Major League Soccer history. Only Landon Donovan (145) and Chris Wondolowski (171) are ahead of No. 23.

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CF Montreal coach Wilfried Nancy and his Crew counterpart Caleb Porter chatted before the game.

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CF Montreal coach Wilfried Nancy and his Crew counterpart Caleb Porter chatted before the game.

For this second match in a streak of three in eight days, head coach Wilfried Nancy had chosen to rest some of his usual starters, including Gabriele Corbo in a three-man defense and Quebecers Zachary Brault-Guillard and Mathieu Choinière in the bands.

“ZBG”, however, received a blow to the leg at the end of the first half, coming off the grass surface with the help of the sports therapist. Returning from the locker room, Lassi Lappalainen was already taking his place. He also feared for the health of Kamara, whose head collided with an opponent from a corner kick.


CF Montreal goalkeeper Sebastian Breza had to jump to prevent the ball from flying further into the back of the net as Victor Wanyama watched.

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CF Montreal goalkeeper Sebastian Breza had to jump to prevent the ball from flying further into the back of the net as Victor Wanyama watched.

Sebastian Breza found his net for this match after being sidelined in the last three encounters. Nancy’s decision came as a surprise, as James Pantemis had two shutouts, helping CF Montreal to seven points out of a possible nine.

The Bella Provincia goalkeeper was unlucky in Colón’s only goal, the work of Lucas Zelarayan in the quarter hour, which seemed to deflect towards a defender, completely disconcerting Breza, who could do nothing about it.

Undefeated in their last four games, CF Montreal will return home to face Inter Miami CF on Saturday. They are now firmly in third place in the Eastern Conference standings with 39 points, three ahead of the New York Red Bulls.


Samuel Piette beat Yaw Yeboah to get the ball.

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Samuel Piette beat Yaw Yeboah to get the ball.

Rudy Camacho has established himself for the hundredth time with the club, joining Patrice Bernier, Hassoun Camara, Evan Bush, Ignacio Piatti and Samuel Piette in a select group.

Montreal

Guardian:

S. Breza.

Defenders:

G. Corbo, R. Camacho, J. Waterman.

Ambient:

Z. Brault-Guillard (replaced by L. Lappalainen in ’46), I. Koné, V. Wanyama (replaced by S. Piette in ’64), D. Mihailovic (replaced by M. Toye in ’71), M. Choinière (replaced by A. Johnston in ’64).

Aggressor:

J. Torres (replaced by R. Quioto in 1964), K. Kamara.

Colon

Guardian:

E.Room.

Defenders:

S. Moreira, J. Mensah, J. Williams (replaced by M. Degenek in 46), Pedro Sant

Ambient:

A. Morris (replaced by K. Molino in 89), D. Nagbe, L. Díaz (replaced by J. Igbekeme in 70), L. Zelarayán (replaced by Artur in 73), D. Etienne (replaced by Y. Yeboah in 70)

Aggressor:

Cucho.

Goal

Montreal: K. Kamara (88th), J. Waterman (90th +4). Colon: L. Zelarayán (14)

boxes

Montreal: J. Waterman (30th) Colon: L. Diaz (47th).

SHOTS

STOPS

MTL

3

two

CLB

4

two

FAULTS

EXCLUSIVE GAMES

MTL

10

1

CLB

7

1

CORNERS

MTL

8

CLB

two

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