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The thin red line

Impact getting closer to sixth place with many games in hand

The Bleu-blanc-noir started July in the best way possible: by winning all three points at home and with a clean sheet, while seeing Blerim Dzemaili’s rocket get a nomination for MLS Goal of the Week. This win allows the Montreal squad to reduce the gap with the team in sixth, Columbus Crew SC, by two points, having played three games less. The backline in particular, formed by Hassoun Camara, Laurent Ciman, Kyle Fisher and Chris Duvall, helped by Evan Bush, had a good performance, keeping D.C. United quiet except for two shots on target. Here are your advanced stats.

Blerim Dzemaili

56 touches, 1 goal, 1 shot on target, 1 assist, 33 passes completed, including 16 in the final third, for a 77% success rate, 3 chances created, 1 tackle completed, 2 duels won.

Chris Duvall          

52 touches, 1 goal, 1 shot on target, 33 passes completed, including 3 in the final third, for an 83% success rate, 2 tackles completed, 2 interceptions, 5 clearances, 5 duels won.

Laurent Ciman

72 touches, 42 passes completed, including 4 in the final third, for a 79% success rate, 1 dribble completed, 6 tackles completed, 1 interception, 1 blocked shot, 7 clearances, 11 duels won.

Hassoun Camara

60 touches, 24 passes completed, including 5 in the final third, for a 73% success rate, 1 dribble completed, 1 tackle completed, 1 interception, 7 clearances, 2 blocked shots, 5 duels won.

Hernán Bernardello

61 touches, 1 assist, 38 passes completed, including 10 in the final third, for a 78% success rate, 1 chance created, 1 dribble completed, 4 tackles completed, 3 interceptions, 1 clearance, 6 duels won.

Kyle Fisher

50 touches, 30 passes completed for an 83% success rate, 3 tackles completed, 1 interception, 7 clearances, 2 blocked shots, 4 duels won.

Evan Bush

2 saves, 1 catch, 1 clearance, 31 passes completed, including 1 in the final third, for a 79% success rate.

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