Rommel Koyoto beats Montreal and beats Orlando 9-man

Rommel Koyoto beats Montreal and beats Orlando 9-man


Rommel Koyoto scored and assisted two goals on Wednesday to help Montreal FC in a 4-2 home win over Orlando City, which ended the night with nine players.

Montreal (9-8-7, 34 points), jumping back into the playoff zone after winning, has won two of its past three games and drawn 3-1-2 in its past six.

Orlando (10-6-8, 38 points) lost his second straight, and allowed seven goals in defeats.

Sylvester van der Water appeared to score for Orlando in the seventh minute but was reported for offside.

Montreal opened the scoring in the 18th minute. Quioto hit a pass in the left corner of the penalty area and sent a heartfelt feed to midfielder Mathieu Chouiner over the net to make it 1-0.

Orlando was already late on the scoreboard, dropping to 10 men in the 35th minute when Nani was shown a red card after evaluating his second yellow card in the game. Nani lost the ball and then fouled Montreal’s Djordje Mihajlovic to end the Lions captain’s night.

Visitors benefited quickly. Kyoto got the hand of defender Antonio Carlos along the left flank for a goal in the 37th minute to give Montreal a 2-0 lead.

Orlando regained the lead in the 40th minute. Montreal failed to clear a free kick for Mauricio Pereira, and Robin Janson got his leg rebounding to cut the difference to 2-1.

Rowan Al-Aswad benefited from another unsuccessful liquidation attempt in the 63rd minute. Montreal’s Zachary Brault-Gillard tried to take the ball out of the penalty area after several touches from the hosts, but Rowan reached it in the middle of the area to equalize it 2-2.

Midfielder Lasse LaPalainen, in his first match after missing eight matches due to injury, returned to the lead 3-2 in the 73rd minute after receiving his leg from Quito.

Al-Senussi Ibrahim made the score 4-2 in the 80th minute from a corner kick, in his first touch after entering as a substitute for Kyoto.

Andres Perea of ​​Orlando received a red card in the 83rd minute for a foul on Ibrahim.

–Field Media Level

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *