San Jose Earthquakes 2 - Montreal Impact 2 : Highlights, Stats and Quotes

The Montreal Impact leave San Jose with 1 point out of a possible 3. Get your highlights, Stats and Game Quotes right here.

Justin Mapp wears the super hero cap for the day and scores 2 goals for the Montreal Impact. It was not enough to take all 3 points against the league's come back kings, the San Jose Earthquakes.

Game Information

Lineups

San Jose Earthquakes - GK-Jon Busch; D-Steven Beitashour, Victor Bernardez, Nana Attakora, Justin Morrow; M-Marvin Chavez (Marcus Tracy 76'), Rafael Baca (Walter Martinez 62'), Sam Cronin, Shea Salinas (Cordell Cato 58'); F-Chris Wondolowski, Adam Jahn

Unused subs: GK-Evan Newton; D-Ramiro Corrales, Dan Gargan; M-Sam Garza

Montreal Impact - GK-Troy Perkins; D-Jeb Brovsky, Hassoun Camara, Matteo Ferrari, Dennis Iapichino; M- Justin Mapp Collen Warner, Felipe (Blake Smith 88'), Andrés Romero; F-Marco Di Vaio (Sanna Nyassi 65'), Andrew Wenger (Patrice Bernier 73')

Unused subs: GK-Evan Bush; D-Karl W. Ouimette, Maxim Tissot; M-Wandrille Lefèvre

Goals

MTL - Mapp (Felipe) 24'
MTL - Mapp (Wenger) 47'
SJ - Jahn (Cronin, Wondolowski) 59‘
SJ - Cronin (Wondolowski, Martinez) 91‘

Misconduct Summary:

Cautions

SJ - Morrow 19'
MTL - Brovsky 22'
MTL - Warner 31'
SJ - Cronin 45'
SJ - Baca 52'

Game Stats

via MLSSoccer.com

San Jose Earthquakes Montreal Impact
16 Attempts on Goal 6
5 Shots on Target 5
6 Shots off Target 0
5 Blocked Shots 1
14 Corner Kicks 1
9 Fouls 12
36 Open Play Crosses 7
7 Offsides 3
3 First Yellow Cards 2
0 Second Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 0
55 Duels Won 47
53% Duels Won % 46%
378 Total Pass 322
76% Passing Accuracy % 69%
55.6% Possession 44.4%

Game Quotes

Impact head coach Marco Schällibaum

It is always a shame to suffer an equalizing goal in the last minutes of the game, but our team did well today with the heat, the travel and pressure applied by the Earthquakes. They fought really well today. Overall, we are happy with the point on the road and the performance.

Impact Midfielder Justin Mapp

Road games are never easy but we had our chances to win the game. It seems time and time again you see San Jose come back. We battled hard today and we will be ready for our next game next Wednesday in New York.

Impact Goalkeeper Troy Perkins

At the end of the day, I should have done better on that last goal, but they probably wished they could have had more in the first half. It's just the way it happens sometimes. We knew they were coming to fight until the end. It was a battle.

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