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CF Montréal Scores Four to Top Orlando City SC

September 16, 2021 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - Club de Foot Montreal News Release

ORLANDO, Florida - CF Montréal defeated Orlando City SC 4-2 on Wednesday night at Exploria Stadium in Florida, handing the Orlando side only its second home loss this season. With a two-men advantage, CF Montréal scored four times in this road victory with goals from Mathieu Choinière (18'), Romell Quioto (37'), Lassi Lappalainen (73') and Sunusi Ibrahim (80'). CF Montréal will play its next game at home this Sunday, September 19, at 1pm at Stade Saputo against the Chicago Fire (TVA Sports, TSN, 91.9 Sports, TSN 690).

Game notes:

-Djordje Mihailovic recorded two assists in the victory, becoming the fifth player in Club history to reach 10 assists in a season. He got the 25th assist of his MLS career.

-Sunusi Ibrahim tallied his second goal this season, with both goals coming off the bench as substitute.

-Lassi Lappalainen scored the 10th goal of his career in MLS with Montreal.

-CF Montréal scored four goals in a road game for the first time this season.

Post-game comments from head coach Wilfried Nancy, as well as with midfielders Samuel Piette and Mathieu Choinière are available here.


"What a story. I would like to experience a quiet game once in a while where we are in control of the situation, but that's who we are and we have to use that extra energy to win the game. But we did win, and that's good. We did well overall. I liked the variety we had in our play, being patient with the ball to attract them from left to right, but also from the top to the bottom of the pitch. I was able to give a break to a few guys, but I would have liked to have a better control of the game to close it earlier."


"Victor and I complement each other well in midfield and we are solid defensively, being able to cover a lot of ground. With the ball at our feet, we can do good things and bring our teammates into the play. And most of the time that is through a pass. Today's game called for that and that explains why it worked out well."


"I set goals during the season and one of them was to log more minutes and enjoy them as much as possible. That's exactly what's happening right now. Every time I step on the field with my teammates, I just try to play and enjoy the moment and my teammates are putting me in positions to fully take advantage of it."

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