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Montreal Impact win Canadian Championship with 1-0 victory over Toronto FC

It's a bloody big deal as the Impact retain its Canadian Crown and sits on the thrown on Canadian Supremacy.

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Back to back Canadian Champions is what the Impact players can call themselves. After winning 1-0 at home, the Montreal Impact will advance to the CONCACAF Champions League. The first leg in Toronto finished 1-1 thanks to a clutch goal by Justin Mapp. Montreal wins 2-1 in the aggregate goal series victory.

The hero of the night was Felipe Martins scores the only goal of the game after Marco Di Vaio hits the crossbar. The Impact will play in Group 3 of the the CONCACAF Champions League and face the New York Red Bulls and Club Deportivo FAS, from El Salvador.



MTL - GK-Evan Bush; D-Karl W. Ouimette, Heath Pearce, Wandrille Lefèvre, Hassoun Camara; M-Patrice Bernier, Hernan Bernardello, Andrés Romero (Maxim Tissot 88'), Justin Mapp (Felipe 60'); F-Marco Di Vaio, Jack McInerney (Calum Mallace 75')

Subs not used: G-Troy Perkins; D-Matteo Ferrari, Adrian Lopez; A-Santiago Gonzalez

TOR - GK-Joe Bendik; D-Mark Bloom, Steven Caldwell, Doneil Henry, Justin Morrow; M-Alvaro Rey (Dwayne De Rosario 74'), Jeremy Hall (Jonathan Osorio 67'), Kyle Bekker, Daniel Lovitz (Gilberto 55'); F-Jermain Defoe, Luke Moore

Subs not used: GK-Chris Konopka; D-Ashtone Morgan, Nick Hagglund; F-Andrew Wiedeman


MTL - Felipe (Di Vaio) 90+1'


MTL - Bernardello 4'
MTL - Felipe 90+2'