March 20, 2023

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Gray-flavored defeat

Gray-flavored defeat

It is the nature of sport not to make excuses for defeat. Especially when it comes to arbitration. But you can never ignore the facts without saying anything.

CF Montreal remained well until a goal was allowed in Game 49And Minute of the game against the Philadelphia Union yesterday afternoon at the Olympic Stadium.

What is the reason?

Video replay officer, goal scorer, Jordje Mikhailovich, confirmed that he had fouled the Philadelphia Union player before scoring.

For those who have not seen the game on television, the visiting player fell after a brief acquaintance with Mikhailovic in the middle of the field.

A can of nothing.

A scene that brings a bad name to soccer.

Mikhailovich rushed towards the net with gazelle speed to hit Andre Blake with a powerful shot.

Very good game on his side.

If Canadian referee Drew Ferguson had allowed the game to continue, he would not have believed that Mikhailovich had fouled his opponent.

End of broadcasts

This episode moved the Wilfried Nancy team. Suddenly, she lost her rhythm and her enthusiasm.

Nothing worked anymore.

At 53And Minute, Alejandro Bedoya equalized the game.

Stunned by the goal, Montreal’s Daniel Gazzdog gave his team the lead.

She did not recover.

Suffered its second defeat in several games at MLS this season.

Both good and bad

It is true that some players are missing, including Samuel Piet on the CF Montreal side.

But the team still played well. Her chances of winning are plentiful. Had this episode of Goal not been allowed she would have had a 2-0 lead

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