Budweiser Man of the Match:
Referee: Drew Fischer
4' - VAN - Camilo Sanvezzo
49' - MTL - Felipe Martins
69' - VAN - Daigo Kobayashi (Nigel Reo-Coker)
84' - MTL - Hassoun Camara (Justin Mapp)
Shots: Vancouver - Montreal
Shots on Goal: Vancouver – Montreal
Saves: Vancouver – Montreal
Fouls: Vancouver – Montreal
Offsides: Vancouver – Montreal
Corners: Vancouver – Montreal
6' - MTL - Hassoun Camara
18.Brad Knighton; 12.Young-Pyo Lee, 40.Andy O'Brien, 16.Johnny Leveron, 4.Alain Rochat; 13.Nigel Reo-Coker, 27.Jun Marques Davidson, 28.Gershon Koffie (14.Daigo Kobayashi 57'); 31.Russell Teibert, 7.Camilo Sanvezzo (11.Darren Mattocks 82'), 9.Kenny Miller (2.Jordan Harvey 73')
Substitutes not used
1.Joe Cannon, 8.Matt Watson, 23.Kekuta Manneh, 29.Tommy Heinemann
30. Evan Bush; 5. Jeb Brovsky (18. Collen Warner, 82'), 13. Matteo Ferrari, 14. Alessandro Nesta, 6. Hassoun Camara; 15. Andres Romero (19. Blake Smith 73'), 8. Patrice Bernier, 7. Felipe Martins (17. Dennis Iapichino 88'), 21. Justin Mapp; 33. Andrew Wenger, 9. Marco Di Vaio
Substitutes not used
1. Troy Perkins, 55. Wandrille Lefèvre, 11. Sanna Nyassi, 28. Sinisa Ubiparipovic
VANCOUVER WHITECAPS FC VS. MONTREAL IMPACT
BC PLACE, Vancouver, BC
May 29, 2013 - Amway Canadian Championship final second leg
7 p.m. PT (TV: Sportsnet One, TVA Sports - Radio: TEAM 1410, CJAD 800)
After 11 years of chasing the Voyageurs Cup, Vancouver Whitecaps FC (MLS RS 3W-4L-4D – ACC 2W-0L-1D) could make history this Wednesday evening as they take on MLS rivals Montreal Impact (MLS RS 7W-2L-2D – ACC 1W-1L-1D) in the second leg of the Amway Canadian Championship (ACC) final at BC Place.
Wednesday's match between Whitecaps FC and Montreal Impact kicks off at 7 p.m. PT and is live on Sportsnet ONE. 'Caps fans can also listen to Wednesday evening’s match live on TEAM 1410 radio and teamradio.ca, starting with the pre-game show at 5:00 p.m. PT. TEAM 1410 will also have a two-hour post-game show.
REFEREE: Drew Fischer. AR1 (bench): Dan Belleau; AR2 (opposite): Richard Gamache; 4th: Paul Ward
MLS Career: 13 games; FC/gm: 26.2; Y/gm: 2.5; R: 1; pens: 4
DISABLED LIST: none
INTERNATIONAL ABSENCES: none
ALL-TIME (57 meetings): Montreal Impact 29 wins … Whitecaps FC 17 win … Ties 11
AT MONTREAL (29 meetings): Montreal Impact 14 wins … Whitecaps FC 9 wins … Ties 6
RETURN MATCHES: May 29 at BC Place ACC Final Second Leg - September 21 at Stade Saputo
This will be the 57th meeting between Whitecaps FC and Montreal Impact but only the third since both clubs have been in MLS. It is also their tenth meeting in the Canadian Championship, VWFC hold a slight edge at 3-2-4 (1-1-2 in Vancouver).
Vancouver hosted Montreal in their inaugural MLS match on Match 10, 2012, with Whitecaps FC defeated the Impact 2-0 on goals from Le Toux and Camilo. Following the second leg of the ACC Finals in Vancouver on May 29, Vancouver will travel back to Stade Saputo for their lone MLS regular season meeting in 2013 on September 21.
Whitecaps FC’s overall record in the ACC is 9W-7L-7D (GF 25 – GA 18) including a record of 4-3-4 (GF 14 – GA 9) at home. #7 Camilo has scored three goals, tied with former striker Eric Hassli and midfielder Ansu Toure for most goals by VWFC player in Canadian Championship play. Former TFC playmaker Dwayne De Rosario is the all-time leader in tournament goals with four.
Whitecaps FC’s record against opponents from the Eastern Conference in 2012 stood at a respectable 3-4-3, this year is 2-1-0 with wins over Toronto FC, Columbus Crew and a lone defeat at Houston Dynamo. All time in MLS play Vancouver are 8-13-8 against the east.