Montreal Impact vs Chicago Fire

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Montreal Impact vs Chicago Fire Highlights, Review, and Goals

Match : Montreal Impact vs Chicago Fire (0 – 3)
Competition : Major League Soccer
Date : Saturday, Aug 20th, 11:30 pm
Stadium : Stade Saputo
Referee : David Gantar
Attendance : 20801

Review – Match between Montreal Impact vs Chicago Fire

In the Major League Soccer it was time for Matchday 23. The game took place at Stade Saputo in Montreal, Canada. 20801 fans cheered their teams from the sidelines. Did you also get a chance to see the match between Montreal Impact and Chicago Fire on Sat, Aug 20 / 11:30 PM? The game ended with 0:3, which left some fans unsatisfied. Coaches Mauro Biello from Montreal Impact and Veljko Paunovic from Chicago Fire watched their players closely, while the team captains pushed and motivated their players. Referee for the game was David Gantar.

Let’s take a look at the Highlights :

Goals

The 0:1 was achieved by Luis Solignac for Chicago Fire in minute 15. David Accam scored for Chicago Fire in minute 73 which led to a 0:2. The following 0:3 was scored by Matt Polster for Chicago Fire in minute 89.

Cards

Luis Solignac received a yellow card in minute 31. The ref also handed out a yellow card in minute 44 to Laurent Ciman. Afterwards Didier Drogba saw a yellow card in minute 71.

Substitutions

Calum Mallace, wearing number 16, left the field in minute 45. Replacing him was number 19, Michael Salazar. In minute 59 Khaly Thiam, with the number 19, came in for Razvan Cocis, with number 30. Number 7, John Goossens, was replaced by Arturo Alvarez, wearing number 12 in minute 72. Replacement in minute 78: Anthony Jackson-Hamel, with number 24 for Wandrille Lefevre, number 5. The next substitution took place in minute 80, where Michael Harrington wearing the number 5, came in for number 8, Michael De Leeuw. And to complete the replacements, Kyle Bekker with number 18 switched with Hernán Bernardello wearing number 30.

The new table positions for the two teams are now: 5. for Montreal Impact and 10. for Chicago Fire.

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