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CF Montréal Blanks D.C. United 1-0

October 1, 2022 - Major League Soccer (MLS)
Club de Foot Montreal News Release

MONTRÉAL - In front of a fifth sold-out crowd at Stade Saputo in the last eight games, CF Montréal shut out D.C. United 1-0 on Saturday night in its final home game of the regular season, winning for the 19th time in 2022.

A quick combination late in the first half between Joaquin Torres and Zachary Brault-Guillard ultimately led to the winning goal: an own goal by Donovan Pines (41').

Montréal dominated possession at 65%. D.C. United went one man down in the 79th minute after Pines was ejected for a last-man foul in the penalty box.

With the three points, Montreal climbs to 62 points in the Eastern Conference and remains in the hunt for the Supporter's Shield with one final game to play on Sunday, October 9 against Inter Miami CF in Florida (TVA Sports, TSN, BPM Sports, TSN 690).


-CF Montréal is 10-1-3 in the last 14 games.

-Goalkeeper James Pantemis has a 6-1-3 record this season with four shutouts.

-Forward Kei Kamara played his 390th career MLS game (8th in MLS history). He also played all the Club's home matches in 2022.

Postgame comments from head coach Wilfried Nancy, Ismaël Koné and Rudy Camacho are available HERE


"I congratulated my players tonight for the consistency they have had all year. What they've been able to do in 34 games, to be consistent like that, it's strong. A 19th win in MLS is a big achievement. I'm proud of this group. Whatever happens, they always try to progress. The team continues to do well right now and I'm happy for them."


"I think I was able to show my qualities tonight and the coach trusted me. I had to adapt to my position. I'm used to being versatile, no matter what position I play in midfield. It's even better for me in some ways to play further forward on the field. As a 10, I have the whole field in front of me that I can exploit. In a way, I like that."


"In the second half, we continued to play as we usually do. We tried to push for the second goal to make sure we were safe. We almost took a goal on a set piece. We'll have to keep this solidity to go as far as possible in the playoffs."

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