Dzemaili leads Impact to 3-0 win over Union

Montreal Impact's Blerim Dzemaili gestures to the crowd after scoring a goal during the second half of the team's MLS soccer match against the Philade

Montreal Impact's Blerim Dzemaili, middle, celebrates with Ignacio Patti, right, and Michael Salazar after scoring a goal during the second half of an

Montreal Impact's Victor Cabrera, right, blocks a shot attempt by Philadelphia Union's Fabrice-Jean Picault during the second half of an MLS soccer ma

Montreal Impact's Matteo Mancosu and Philadelphia Union's Giliano Wijnaldum vie for the ball during the first half of an MLS soccer match Saturday, Au

Philadelphia Union goalie John McCarthy, left, reacts after he was called for a penalty during the second half of an MLS soccer match against the Mont

Montreal Impact coach Mauro Biello calls a play during the second half of the team's MLS soccer match against the Philadelphia Union on Saturday, Aug.

Philadelphia Union's Raymon Gaddis, left, drive the ball past Montreal Impact's Ignacio Piatti during the second half of an MLS soccer match Saturday,

Philadelphia Union's Alejandro Bedoya heads the ball away from Montreal Impact's Samuel Piette during the first half of an MLS soccer match Saturday,

Montreal Impact's Ignacio Piatto kicks a penalty shot and scores during the second half of an MLS soccer match against the Philadelphia Union on Satur

CHESTER, Pa. (AP) — Blerim Dzemaili scored two second-half goals, and the Montreal Impact beat the Philadelphia Union 3-0 on Saturday night.

Dzemaili scored the game-winner in the 69th minute, burying a deflection off of Daniel Lovitz's cross for his fifth goal.

Ignacio Piatti added his 10th goal in the second minute of stoppage time after Dzemaili was taken down by Union goalkeeper John McCarthy in front of the goal. Dzemaili wrapped it up four minutes later, finding the far post after a feed inside from Piatti.

Evan Bush had two saves for his fourth shutout.

Montreal (8-8-6), which allowed 14 goals in its previous four road games, moved into seventh place, five points behind Atlanta, while Philadelphia (8-11-5) dropped to ninth. The Impact only has four home games left and is just 1-7-3 on the road.