FOXBOROUGH, Massachusetts – CF Montréal lost 4-0 to the New England Revolution, Saturday night, at Gillette Stadium.
Dylan Borrero (21') opened the scoring for the hosts, while Carles Gill doubled the lead from a penalty kick following a VAR review (45'+4'). Bobby Wood (50') and Giacomo Vrioni (87') then added goals to seal the result.
CF Montréal will play its next match on Saturday, April 15 at 7:30pm against D.C. United at Stade Saputo (Apple MLS Season Pass, RDS, TSN, BPM Sports, TSN 690).
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-Playing his 80th regular season game, Mathieu Choinière became the leader in games played in MLS by a Homegrown player. It was also his 50th start.
-Defender Kamal Miller played his 60th regular season game with the Club while midfielder Ilias Iliadis earned his first career start with Montreal.
“At the moment this is not enough. The only solution is to remain united, but to analyze ourselves critically. We have to look in the mirror and analyze because the current performance is not enough. The veteran players must put last year behind them and the young players must understand that the opportunity in front of them is exceptional. Until now they have not been able to take advantage of this opportunity. The home games are coming now, but we need more from everyone.”
“We all have to take a hard look at ourselves and raise our level of play individually. There have been too many individual mistakes in recent games where we could have prevented goals. We need to communicate better and get back to the things we do best. Our defense has not gotten off to a good start. Fortunately it is still early in the season. We will return to the drawing board. With this upcoming run of home games and the return of some players from injury will be a good time to analyze what we need to do to get better results.”
“It seems like we train strong throughout the week but once we get to gameday, the intensity is different and what we were doing well in practice doesn’t seem to come together. We gave up soft goals in the second half. Teams are playing through us too easily at the moment.”