May 24, 2022

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CF survives Montreal playoff portrait

CF survives Montreal playoff portrait

A 1-0 win for Inter Miami CF at the expense of Toronto FC has so far pushed CF Montreal out of the playoff portrait in Major League Soccer on Tuesday.

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The red card from Khmer Lawrence in the 37th minute allowed visitors to develop with another person for almost an hour. Robbie Robinson leans forward before he escapes alone in front of goalkeeper Alex Bono.

However, Miami has been slow to take advantage of it. In fact, they only entered the table in the fifth minute of added time in the second half. Christian McConnell made a difference with a penalty shot at the end of the game.

Miami finished fifth in the Eastern Conference with 32-9 points, 9-9-5. Montreal (8-8-7) dropped to eighth, but only one point ahead of its Florida rivals. Only 10 points separate Miami from Atlanta (7-7-9) by just two points.

The Wilfried Nancy team will try to regain their place in the top 7 when they visit Orlando on Wednesday.

The crew fled in triumph

In Columbus, the crew scored two goals in the final 15 minutes to beat the New York Red Bulls 2-1.

Darlington Nagbay (75th) and Miguel Berry (88th) are the authors of his successes, which ended Ohio’s three-game losing streak. This is only the second victory for Krooki in their last 10 outs.

The formation of the Big Apple was the first to register with the brand. Forward Patrick Klimala (25E) Pick a ball in the penalty area and hit from the left. His shot did not give the goalie Eloy Room a chance.

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There is no master between NYCFC and FC Dallas

In Harrison, FC Dallas and New York City FC (NYCFC) drew 3 to 3.

Jader O’Brien equalized in the 73rd minute to level the game and give Texan a point. The Colombian also shook the ropes from the first moments of the game. The other FC Dallas goal came from Jesus Ferreira.

On the NYCFC side, Maximiliano Moralez, Jesus Medina and Toles Magno signed up for the brand. At the end of the match, striker Thiago Andre received a red card.

Seattle and Final

As part of the League Cup, the Seattle Saunders continued their journey by scoring extra time in the second half, beating Santos Laguna 1-0 at Lumenfield.

Raul Ruidiaz was the only goal scorer in the match.

Seattle will now reach the final on Wednesday against Club Lyon and UNAM, two other Mexican clubs.

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