May 21, 2022

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MLS | CF hit seconds to go to Montreal

MLS |  CF hit seconds to go to Montreal

Marcelino Moreno scored on a perfect header just before the end of stoppage time, losing CF Montreal by one point.

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Not long ago, Sunusi Ibrahim got a great opportunity. On the counterattack, Atlanta delivered the final blow.

Undoubtedly carrying 40,116 of its supporters to the stands at the Mercedes Benz Stadium, Atlanta United FC had a clear advantage in the opening minutes of the match.

Clement Diop returned to the front of the cage after being handed over to James Pantemis, however, who had to make a neat save on a title, his only in the half.

At 17E At the minute, Marcelino Moreno had to overcome himself without missing an interesting opportunity for the Montreal goalkeeper.

Then, at 39E, Rudy Camacho skillfully blocked the long pass for the dangerous Joseph Martinez, who was alone in front of Diop. To escape.

Prior to the game, Atlanta topped the MLS at 59.4 percent. Georgia continued in this vein by controlling the ball 61.4 percent in the first half.

Quebec్యూs Matthew Choinier was added to the right back of the starting lineup.

CF Montreal is still without Louis Binks, Ballou Tabla, Zachary Bralt-Gillard and Mason Toy.

No success in Atlanta

The Montreallers got off to a strong start in the second half, ending with a Kamal Miller shot that fed the crossbar at 48E Minute. Defender’s escape was made possible by a scholarly handover from Victor Vanyama.

But the tides changed quickly. Atlanta is believed to have led, but their realization in ’51E Rejected for minute offside.

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Subsequently, despite some threatening crosses from the left in the third attack by Atlanta, we traded rounds without giving big blows.

Until the fatal blow, the receivers showed more and more teeth as the second half progressed.

Montreal are now 1-5-1 over Atlanta United, winning their first game. In Atlanta, Montreal lost four of their matches, scoring just two goals and scoring nine.

This is the first meeting on the synthetic surface for CF Montreal in this 2021 calendar.