The Impact teams had another perfect weekend in Development Academy last Saturday, winning all three times against Beachside SC’s teams.
On top of a good attacking performance, Beachside was limited to just one goal in the three games played.
Impact U15 wins 1-0
Since they didn’t have a game the weekend before, the Impact U15, first in its group with five wins and no losses, had to be careful in front of their opponent, who was coming to Montreal looming in fourth place.
The only goal of the game was scored in the 17th minute through a combination of passes starting with goalkeeper Hamadi-Jed Hmida and finishing with Abdul Binate, who scored on his first touch from inside the box.
As it has been the custom this season, Serge Dinkota’s group was able to hold on defensively by allowing no goals, good for a fourth straight clean sheet.
Impact U17 wins 2-0
The Impact U17 made it more difficult in the end of the first half, when Woobens Pacius got a red card.
The team could have decided to protect the 0-0 score being a man down, but instead they came back from the locker room stronger and started to impose their play in the second half.
In the 47th minute, Nassim Fadi scored on a rebound following a corner kick. A few minutes later, on the right side, he crossed the ball in the box for Junior Kabwe, who scored on a header to make it 2-0.
Impact U19 wins 10-1
The U19 team didn’t waste time before getting on the board thanks to a few quality goals, coming in the 10th and 13th minute, from Protais Mutambala and Clément Bayiha.
Mathieu Choinière followed that with a stunning bicycle kick goal in the 27th minute, a few minutes before his teammate Raphaël Garcia also put his name on the score sheet.
Daniel Kinumbe and Vincent Lamy added goals before halftime, making it 6-0.
Kinumbe and Choinière each scored their second goal of the game in the second half, while Mutambala completed the hat trick with his second at the beginning of the second half and his third goal near the end of the game, on a penalty.
Head coach Philippe Eullaffroy’s team is now first in the Development Academy with a record of five wins and no losses, but most importantly, 29 goals scored and only four allowed.
The three Impact teams will play their second game of the season on the road next Saturday, against Seacoast United, in New Hampshire.