With 15 minutes left in the game, CF Montreal took a long layoff from a thunderstorm in Columbus, came back on top and won a duel with the Crew Wednesday evening by a score of 2 to 1.
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Defender Joel Waterman created hysteria in the Montreal ranks by scoring the winning net in stoppage time in the second half with a diving shot near the Eloy Room cage.
Trailing from the 14th minute, the men in blue, white and black had their best moment on the hour mark when striker Rommel Quioto entered the field, knocking on the door repeatedly to not let it go down.
However, the footy club’s momentum came to a halt in the 74th minute when the referee ruled that it was unsafe to walk on the grass on the lower.com field. Threatening flashes appeared, but the storm cell was slow to dissipate.
On the return, after what amounted to a full game, the visitors struggled to break through Crewe’s last defensive curtain, with opposition players…