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Final: NE Revolution 2-4 Impact

New England Revolution – Montreal Impact
Sunday, September 8, 7:30pm ET
Gillette Stadium

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Viewing party: Coin du Métro


76' GOAL (NE) - Rowe scores for the Revs (2-4)

55' GOAL (MTL) - Di Vaio scores his 17th goal of the season (1-4)

45' GOAL (MTL) - Di Vaio beats Shuttleworth with a low shot (1-3)

32' GOAL (MTL) - Bernier scores his second of the night on a penalty (1-2)

26' GOAL (NE) - Fagundez ties it up for the Revolution (1-1)

8' GOAL (MTL) - Bernier beats Shuttleworth on the penalty (0-1)

5' PENALTY / RED CARD - Reis (NE) sent off after a foul on Di Vaio in the box


MTL - Perkins; Brovsky, Nesta, Ferrari, Camara; Bernier, Warner; Arnaud (C), Felipe, Mapp; Di Vaio

Subs: Bush, Lefèvre, Tissot, Pisanu, Nyassi, Paponi, Wenger

NE - Reis; Tierney, Goncalves (c), Soares, Farrell; Caldwell; Fagundez, Nguyen, Rowe, Barrett; Imbongo

Subs: Shuttleworth, Davies, Sene, McCarthy, Barnes, Toja, Dorman

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Impact News

  • The Impact is undefeated in its last three games (2-0-1), including a 0-0 draw with the Union in Philadelphia last weekend. In that draw on the road, goalkeeper Troy Perkins earned his eighth shutout of the season.

  • Perkins is quietly having another solid season. He’s tied for second in MLS with 12 wins and third with 83 saves.

  • Striker Marco Di Vaio still leads the league in scoring with 15 goals, one more than Camilo from Vancouver and Mike Magee from Chicago.

  • Midfielder and DP Hernán Bernardello, who will miss four to six weeks with a sprained left ankle, and defender Adrian Lopez, who suffered a knee injury in training midweek, will not be available.

  • Impact head coach Marco Schällibaum returns to the bench after serving a two game suspension following an incident during his team’s 2-1 over D.C. United at Stade Saputo on August 3.