CF Montreal beats Chicago – OurSports Central

August 27, 2022 – Major League Soccer (MLS) – Club de Foot Montréal press release

CHICAGO, Ill. – CF Montreal went undefeated for their eighth consecutive game (6-0-2) by beating the Fire 0-2 on Saturday night at Soldier Field in Chicago.

Montreal midfielder Ismaël Koné scored his second goal of the season in the 19th minute, before striker Romell Quioto doubled the team’s lead from a free kick with his 15th goal of the season five minutes later (24′), also scoring from outside the area.

Montreal defended their two-goal lead playing with 10 men for the entire second half, due to a second yellow card given to Koné in first-half stoppage time.

Montreal equaled another Club record by winning a 15th game this season.

With three more points, the Bleu-blanc-noir remains in second place in the Eastern Conference, five points behind the Philadelphia Union, which also won on Saturday night.

With seven games to play in the regular season in MLS, CF Montreal will play its next game this Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. against the New York Red Bulls at Stade Saputo.


-For the first time in its history in MLS, the Club scored 25 goals on the road.

-Joel Waterman started his 50th game with CF Montreal.

-Quioto has scored six goals in his last four games.

-Lassi Lappalainen recorded his seventh assist of the season and leads the team in this category.

-Samuel Piette is now ranked third in Club history with 136 games played in MLS behind Evan Bush (176) and Patrice Bernier (151).

Post-match comments from Head Coach Wilfried Nancy, Joel Waterman and Samuel Piette will be available HERE


“The guys gave it their all. Again, they had to deal with unforeseen adversity that was not expected, but they were focused on the task of going for that win, and on top of that They did it without cashing in. We had to be brave, and we had to be confident. Every game is difficult, especially at this time of year. The group was mentally strong today, and that’s why we were able to bringing home victory.

Joel Waterman

“We are defending our box very well at the moment. We stay high and we are aggressive, and we do what we do in training. Our communication has also been amazing. That’s what we want to do as a defensive unit and getting two clean sheets in a row is really good.”


“We were really good defensively in the second half. We knew it would be difficult with one man down, but it’s easier to perform mentally when you know you have a two-goal lead. “We stayed tight as a unit and put good pressure on whoever had possession on their side.”

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