Toronto FC Knots up CF Montréal
TORONTO, Ontario - CF Montréal drew 1-1 with Toronto FC Saturday night at BMO Field. Sunusi Ibrahim put Montreal ahead (55') before Jozy Altidore equalized for Toronto FC on a free kick in the 95th minute. With only three games remaining in the regular season, Montreal will conclude its stretch of road games against the New York Red Bulls at Red Bull Arena next Saturday, at 4pm (TVA Sports, 91.9 Sports, TSN 690). In the interim, Montreal will travel to Hamilton for its Canadian Championship semi-final match against Forge FC on Wednesday.
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-Forward Sunusi Ibrahim scored his fourth goal of the season, and his first as a starter.
-Goalkeeper James Pantemis made eight saves in the draw, achieving a new personal best.
-CF Montréal remains undefeated in the Club's last four matches (1-0-3).
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