It was a 0-0 draw at BMO field for the 16,151 fans that saw Toronto FC and the Montreal Impact face off for the last time this season.
Davy Arnaud: Yellow Card 28'
Terry Dunfield: Yellow Card 39'
Hassoun Camara: Yellow Card 73'
Sanna Nyassi: Yellow Card 87'
Full Match Stats
|Toronto FC||Montreal Impact|
|11||Attempts on Goal||17|
|7||Shots on Target||5|
|2||Shots off Target||8|
|17||Open Play Crosses||22|
|1||First Yellow Cards||3|
|0||Second Yellow Cards||0|
|49%||Duels Won %||50%|
|73%||Passing Accuracy %||82%|
Toronto - Freddy Hall; Jeremy Hall, Richard Eckersley, Logan Emory (Adrian Cann 31'), Ashtone Morgan; Reggie Lambe, Terry Dunfield, Aaron Maund, Eric Avila; Luis Silva, Eric Hassli (Andrew Wiedeman 81')
Montreal - Troy Perkins; Hassoun Camara, Matteo Ferrari, Jeb Brovsky (Dennis Iapichino 87'); Davy Arnaud, Collen Warner, Patrice Bernier, Calum Mallace (Justin Mapp 64'), Sanna Nyassi, Andrew Wenger (Lamar Neagle 71'), Marco Di Vaio
Assistant coach Mike Sorber
It's a big challenge that has been proven over and over again.We had the chances, we created some chances and if we put one away, its three points. We anticipated this type of game from Toronto. Overall, we put in good effort and we walk away with a point on the road.
Defender Hassoun Camara
Even though we earned a point on the road, we are disappointed that we weren't able to capitalize on our scoring chances. It's a bit frustrating. We played well as a group, moved the ball forward and now we just have to make sure we get the three points at home next weekend.
Midfielder Patrice Bernier
Our finishing was lacking for the entire game . It's too bad because the game was wide open. We were able to limit their scoring chances and Troy (Perkins) made some key stops. We expended a lot of energy in our last matchup and we really wanted to avenge the 3-0 loss, but maybe we were missing that killer instinct today to put the ball in the net.