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Win Doesn't Save Impact

December 15, 2020 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - Club de Foot Montreal News Release

ORLANDO, Florida - The Montreal Impact won 1-0 against CD Olimpia in the return leg of the Concacaf Champions League quarterfinals, Tuesday night at Exploria Stadium, but was eliminated because of the away goals scored by the Honduran team in the combined score of 2-2. Amar Sejdic (57') was the only scorer for Montreal in the game.


MTL - Amar Sejdic 57'


MTL - Luis Binks 25'

MTL - Mustafa Kizza 42'

MTL - Romell Quioto 51'

MTL - Zachary Brault-Guillard 70'

CDO - Deybi Flores 74'


MTL - Gk-Clément Diop; D-Mustafa Kizza, Luis Binks, Rudy Camacho, Zachary Brault-Guillard; M-Amar Sejdic, Samuel Piette (Jean-Aniel Assi 83'), Victor Wanyama; F-Mason Toye (Anthony Jackson-Hamel 56'), Orji Okwonkwo, Romell Quioto

Subs not used: James Pantemis, Jonathan Sirois, Joel Waterman, Karifa Yao, Keesean Ferdinand, Nathan-Dylan Saliba, Rida Zouhir, Sean Rea, Tomas Giraldo

CDO - Gk-Edrick Menjivar; D-Elvin Oliva Casildo, Javier Arnaldo Portillo, Johnny Leveron, Maylor Nunez; M-Carlos Pineda, Deybi Flores, Edwin Rodriguez (Diego Reyes 84'), Marvin Bernardez (Josman Figueroa 58'); F-Jerry Bengtson (Eddie Hernandez 76'), Yustin Arboleda (Samuel Cordova 83')

Subs not used: Harold Fonseca, André Orellana, German Mejia, Jorge Alvarez, José Reyes, Matias Garrido, José Pinto, Michaell Chirinos


"We are obviously sad to be out. We beat a team that didn't lose in a very long time, but we didn't score the second goal. I'm proud of my team. We didn't train for two weeks, guys were missing, and we performed. They tried and they battled. When I arrived in Montreal, I said that this team was going to fight and try to play. And we did against everyone. We have to keep on doing that, but better."


"Moments like this you need to review the game and learn from. At the end of the day, the focus is on next season. Preparation is key. Tonight, we created chance after chance and we were in their half. At the end of the day, you can't say that we didn't leave it all there. It's a weird feeling because after the MLS playoffs we had the two weeks quarantine and one week to prepare for this game. Unfortunately, a few things didn't go our way. You can take an optimistic point of view and say that there's a good foundation to build on for 2021."

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