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Impact beat Toronto FC 2-1 for first MLS win

 Montreal Impact's Bernardo Corradi jumps up for the ball a during first half MLS soccer action against Toronto TC in Montreal, Saturday, April 7, 201...
 Montreal Impact head coach Jesse Marsch salutes the crowd afte the Impact defeated Toronto FC in an MLS soccer game in Montreal, Saturday, April 7, 2...
 Toronto FC's goalie Milos Kocic, left, keeps an eye on the ball during first half MLS soccer action against the Montreal Impact in Montreal, Saturday...
 Montreal Impact's Andrew Wenger (33) and Toronto FC's Julian de Guzman (6) go up for the ball during second half MLS soccer action in Montreal, Satur...
 Players from the Montreal Impact salute the crowd after beating Toronto FC in an MLS soccer game in Montreal, Saturday, April 7, 2012. (AP Photo/The ...

MLS Toronto FC Impact Soccer

Montreal Impact's Bernardo Corradi jumps up for the ball a during first half MLS soccer action against Toronto TC in Montreal, Saturday, April 7, 201...

Toronto Impact Soccer

Montreal Impact head coach Jesse Marsch salutes the crowd afte the Impact defeated Toronto FC in an MLS soccer game in Montreal, Saturday, April 7, 2...

MLS Toronto FC Impact Soccer

Toronto FC's goalie Milos Kocic, left, keeps an eye on the ball during first half MLS soccer action against the Montreal Impact in Montreal, Saturday...

Toronto Impact Soccer

Montreal Impact's Andrew Wenger (33) and Toronto FC's Julian de Guzman (6) go up for the ball during second half MLS soccer action in Montreal, Satur...

Toronto Impact Soccer

Players from the Montreal Impact salute the crowd after beating Toronto FC in an MLS soccer game in Montreal, Saturday, April 7, 2012. (AP Photo/The ...

Sinisa Ubiparipovic and Andrew Wenger scored to lead the Montreal Impact to their first Major League Soccer victory, 2-1 over Toronto FC on Saturday.
Ubiparipovic, making his first appearance, scored in the 17th minute in front of 23,120 spectators at Olympic Stadium. Wenger, the Impact's first overall draft pick, made it 2-0 in the 81st minute.
Montreal improved to 1-4-1.
Danny Koevermans scored in the 88th for Toronto (0-4-0), which was reduced to 10 men after defender Logan Emory was sent off in the 65th minute.


Updated : 2021-10-22 05:53 GMT+08:00