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Montreal Impact fall 3-0 to Sporting Kansas City

Dom Dwyer come backs to haunt the Impact after scoring a brace against the Montreal Impact.

Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports

It's already hard to play Sporting Kansas City and it is even harder when you play without Marco Di Vaio and Matteo Ferrari. It's becomes impossible when the Montreal Impact played with 10 men after Collen Warner was red-carded for handling the ball in the 18-yard box.

The Impact lost again to Sporting KC on a 3-0 score thanks to a brace by Dom Dwyer and a goal from Paulo Nagamura. After surviving about 17 minutes, Warner was sent-off for a handball in the box. Dwyer converts the penalty kick and it all goes downhill from there.

At the 35th minute, Chance Myers cross finds an unmarked Nagamura who redirects the pass and Troy Perkins could only look at the ball going in.

Early in the second half, Dwyer receives a through ball from Nagamura and the young English striker is alone in front of Perkins. He picks his spot and scores his second goal of the game.

There isn't really much to say about the Bleu-Blanc-Noir during this game as the home team was not good enough without key players and playing with 10 men.

Wandrille Lefevre finally played some MLS minutes after being out of the 18-man roster since the beginning of the season. The game also marked the return of Hernan Bernardello and Sanna Nyassi. Both players were out due to injuries.