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Revolution-Montreal Impact final: 0-1

Posted by Staff  August 12, 2012 07:20 PM

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Final: Revolution-Montreal, 0-1: The Revolution (6-12-5, 23 points) had their winless streak extended to six games and scoreless drought to 258 minutes over a three-game span. Sanna Nyassi scored for Montreal (10-13-3, 33 points) in the 61st minute.

61st minute: Revolution-Montreal, 0-1; Sanna Nyassi, who replaced Justin Mapp after halftime, scored on an 18-yard drive after a Revolution turnover.

Halftime: Revolution-Montreal, 0-0; The Revolution hit the post and bar in the final minutes of the opening half as their scoring drought extended to 213 consecutive minutes over a three-game span.

41st minute: Revolution-Montreal, 0-0; Saer Sene hit the crossbar after beating Troy Perkins from 15 yards on the right.

37th minute:Revolution-Montreal, 0-0; Chris Tierney's through ball hit the right post, rolling past Jerry Bengtson, and catching goalkeeper Troy Perkins flat-footed.

7th minute: Revolution-Montreal, 0-0; Impact's Patrice Bernier cautioned for a foul against Benny Feilhaber.

Starting lineups:
REVOLUTION: Matt Reis; Kevin Alston, Stephen McCarthy, A.J. Soares, Chris Tierney; Ryan Guy, Clyde Simms, Benny Feilhaber, Lee Nguyen; Saer Sene, Jerry Bengtson.
MONTREAL: Troy Perkins; Jeb Brovsky, Hassoun Camara, Matteo Ferrari, Dennis Iapichino; Patrice Bernier, Collen Warner, Justin Mapp, Felipe Martins; Davy Arnaud, Marco Di Vaio.
Referee: Allen Chapman.

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