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Impact Felled by Revolution

October 14, 2020 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - Club de Foot Montreal News Release

HARRISON, New Jersey - The Montréal Impact lost 3-2 against the New England Revolution, Wednesday at Red Bull Arena. The Revs took a 2-0 lead with goals from Kekuta Manneh (13') and Teal Bunbury (20') but Amar Sejdic (27') cut the lead in half for the Impact. In the second half Adam Buksa (57') gave back New England a two-goal lead, and Ballou Tabla (90' +2') got one back in added time. The Impact will play its next match this Saturday at 7pm EDT (TVA Sports, TSN, 98,5fm, TSN 690) against Inter Miami, at Red Bull Arena, in Harrison, New Jersey.

The video conference with Thierry Henry, Shamit Shome and Amar Sejdic is available here:


- Homegrown goalkeeper James Pantemis got his first MLS start with the Impact.

- Ballou Tabla scored his first goal of the season, on his second match in 2020.

- Forward Romell Quioto got his 20th and 21st assists in MLS.

- Defender Luis Binks will be suspended Saturday due to yellow card accumulation.


NER - Kekuta Manneh (Adam Buksa, Matt Polster) 13'

NER - Teal Bunbury (Alexander Büttner) 20'

MTL - Amar Sejdic (Rommel Quioto) 27'

NER - Adam Buksa 52'

MTL - Ballou Tabla (Rommel Quioto) 90' +2'


NER - Adam Buksa 57'

MTL - Luis Binks 83'


MTL - Gk-James Pantemis; D-Shamit Shome (Maxi Urruti 72'), Luis Binks, Rod Fanni (Joel Waterman 45' +2'), Clément Bayiha (Jorge Corrales MT), Rudy Camacho; M-Amar Sejdic, Victor Wanyama, Samuel Piette; F-Rommel Quioto, Mason Toye (Ballou Tabla 55')

Subs not used: Jonathan Sirois, Karifa Yao, Tomas Giraldo

NER - Gk-Matt Turner; D-Alexander Büttner (Brandon Bye 71'), Antonio Delamea, Michael Mancienne, DeJuan Jones; M- Matt Polster, Kelyn Rowe (Gustavo Bou 70', Andrew Farrell 90' +3'), Teal Bunbury, Diego Fagundez (Tommy McNamara 77'), Kekuta Manneh (Tajon Buchanan MT); F- Adam Buksa

Subs not used: Brad Knighton, Henry Kessler, Lee Nguyen, Scott Caldwell


"We played this New England team three times and they still beat us the same way. We put a game plan in place that was not applied. We lost another player. We manage what we have to manage with the means we have. We have one more game before going back home recharge our batteries."


"We were disappointed not to come out aggressive and match their energy. We struggled in the past with the beginning of the games. We need to improve on this. I don't think we can make excuses. We prepared well. We were optimistic going into this game. But before talking about tactics we need to talk about desire and intensity. We all need to reflect on what we did wrong and how we could change our mentality, because it's not good enough. I'm happy James played his first game. He handled himself well and he can build on it."


"When you are trailing coming in from halftime, you know something has to change. We needed to improve our desire to win the first and second balls. We played a bit better in the second half. The coaches prepared us for the game. We knew they were going to be aggressive, but we reacted instead of being proactive in the first half."

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