CF Montréal’s reserve team was defeated on the road by CS Mont-Royal Outremont with a final score of 2-0 on Sunday, May 21st. This is the first loss of the season for the Montrealers in the Quebec league with a record of 2-1-0 and the fifth rank (6 points) in the standings after three games.
CS Mont-Royal Outremont - CF Montréal
Final score: 2-0
Starting XI: Judewellin Michel – Loïc Cloutier (cap.) – Nikola Markovic – Thomas Bouffard – Medgy Alexandre – Abdel-Malick Daouda – Emilio Rossi-Levin – David Mavakala – Vasilios Tiniakos – Guesly Alexandre – Farrel Ngongang
Substitutes: Matisse Hébert, Renaud Caron, Costa Iliadis, Rayane Tchemmoun, Abdallah Habush, Loïc Sany Kong, Noah Nseke
CSMRO – Amadou Bayo (84th)
CSMRO – Nabil Saada (90th+3)
Reserve team head coach Patrick Viollat said: "I am disappointed because the players worked well and respected the game plan. We will learn from this defeat. We are a young team and we played against an experienced team on a difficult field. It's good to learn from this kind of experience. The game was choppy and came down to details. We were in place tactically but without being dangerous enough. The first goal hurt us and then we pushed to equalize which led to the second goal. I remain satisfied with the overall performance and the mentality of the players."
CF Montréal’s reserve team will play on the road again next week against defending champion FC Laval on Sunday, May 28th (5:00pm) at Cégep Montmorency.