Montreal Impact
Vancouver Whitecaps FC
Saturday, September 21, 20132:00 PM
Stade SaputoMLS Regular SeasonCloudyTSN,Univision Dep.,RDSAttendance: 20006

Match Summary



TimeClubPlayerAssisted By
 90'+1'VANCamilo Da Silva Sanvezzo
  • Carlyle Mitchell
 89'VANCamilo Da Silva Sanvezzo
  • Lee Young-Pyo
 7'VANKenny Miller 


 90'VAN Camilo Da Silva SanvezzoFoul
 78'VAN Lee Young-PyoTime wasting
 77'VAN Nigel Reo-CokerFoul
 54'MTL Hassoun CamaraFoul
 45'+1'MTL Felipe MartinsDive


Daigo Kobayashi (M)
Nigel Reo-Coker (M)
Blake Smith (M)
Felipe Martins (M)
Daniele Paponi (F)
Davy Arnaud (M)
Russell Teibert (M)
Tommy Heinemann (F)
Andrew Wenger (F)
Andrés Romero (M)
Camilo Da Silva Sanvezzo (F)
Kenny Miller (F)

Starting Formations

1Perkins6Camara13Ferrari14Nesta5Brovsky22Arnaud8Bernier21Mapp7Felipe Martins15Romero9Di VaioM3135183033195522Ousted12Lee Young-Pyo24Mitchell6DeMerit2Harvey13Reo-Coker27Davidson28Koffie9Miller29Heinemann8WatsonM4018141673111RAA4


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Montreal Impact
1GTroy Perkins
6DHassoun Camara
13DMatteo Ferrari
14DAlessandro Nesta
5DJeb Brovsky
22MDavy Arnaud
8MPatrice Bernier
21MJustin Mapp
7MFelipe Martins
15MAndrés Romero
9FMarco Di Vaio
Vancouver Whitecaps FC
22GDavid Ousted
12DLee Young-Pyo
24DCarlyle Mitchell
6DJay DeMerit
2DJordan Harvey
13MNigel Reo-Coker
27MJun Marques Davidson
28MGershon Koffie
9FKenny Miller
29FTommy Heinemann
8FMatt Watson
31Andrea Pisanu
35Daniele Paponi
18Collen Warner
30Evan Bush
33Andrew Wenger
19Blake Smith
55Wandrille Lefevre
40Andy O'Brien
18Brad Knighton
14Daigo Kobayashi
16Johnny Leveron
7Camilo Da Silva Sanvezzo
31Russell Teibert
11Darren Mattocks
  Marco Schällibaum
  Martin Rennie

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RefereeJorge Gonzalez  
Assistant RefereeJeff Muschik  
Assistant RefereeCorey Parker  
Fourth OfficialMathieu Bourdeau  
Saturday, September 21, 2013
2:00 PM
Stade Saputo
TSN,Univision Dep.,RDS

MONTREAL – Kenny Miller converted an early penalty kick and Camilo Sanvezzo scored twice in the dying minutes to give the Vancouver Whitecaps three much-needed points on Saturday in a 3-0 win over the Montreal Impact.

Vancouver’s first win in six games – also their first away from home in seven attempts – keeps them in the thick of things in the Western Conference. They now sit in sixth place with 41 points, three points behind the fifth-placed LA Galaxy.

The Impact - who could never quite crack Vancouver goalkeeper David Ousted and had a potential penalty kick of their own waved off in the first half - remain on 45 points in the East after their second consecutive home loss.


Vancouver took advantage of Montreal’s slow start and got a nose in front in the seventh minute. As Nigel Reo-Coker’s cross from the right reached Matt Watson, Impact right back Hassoun Camara slipped in the penalty box. The Frenchman tried to recover his balance but extended an arm, thus handling Watson’s attempt.

From the spot, Miller converted low to goalkeeper Troy Perkins’ right, snapping a five-game streak without scoring.

Montreal thought they’d have a similar opportunity in the 38th minute but were stunned to find out it wouldn’t be the case. A Patrice Bernier shot from range appeared to strike Jun Marques Davidson’s shoulder on the goal line, but referee Jorge Gonzalez pointed to the spot. The Montreal crowd‘s enthusiasm was deflated seconds later, however, as Gonzalez consulted his assistants and called for a corner instead, much to the Montreal bench’s displeasure.

Both coaches made second-half adjustments – Marco Schällibaum sending strikers Andrew Wenger and Daniele Paponi on, Martin Rennie using substitute Russell Teibert’s pace on the counter – but Ousted controlled the Impact’s last-ditch efforts and the Whitecaps added a second and a third through Camilo.

The Vancouver forward, who came on as a sub, first countered on the left during regulation, squeezing a shot at the far post and just past Perkins He completed his brace minutes later, finding a pocket of space on the edge of the area and curling a beauty in the top right corner for his 16th goal of the season, third highest in the league.


Both teams are back in league action next Saturday. Vancouver will host Real Salt Lake, while Montreal travel to Chicago to face the Fire.

The Impact will play their last CONCACAF Champions League group stage game beforehand, however, as they welcome Costa Rican CD Heredia at Stade Saputo on Tuesday. Men of the Match

Rank Player What We Saw
1 Nigel Reo-Coker Set up the all-important first goal by absolutely scorching Alessandro Nesta, and was pesky all afternoon getting forward.
2 Carlyle Mitchell Solid game throughout, and a big reason the 'Caps kept the Impact off the board. Barely.
3 Camilo Sanvezzo Not bad for a 30-minute shift, right? Goal of the Week stuff on the second one, no doubt.