MATCH REPORT: NASHVILLE SC 2-0 CF MONTRÉALNASHVILLE, Tennessee – CF Montréal lost 1-0 to Nashville SC on Saturday night at GEODIS Park. Jacob Shaffelburg (37’) and Taylor Washington (89’) struck for the home side in the win.
CF Montréal will play its first home match of 2023 next Saturday, March 18, against the Philadelphia Union at Olympic Stadium at 7:30pm (MLS Season Pass, BPM Sports, CJAD 800).
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MATCH NOTES:-Defender Rudy Camacho earned his 110th start in MLS with Montreal.
-Defender Zachary Braut-Guillard played his 100th game with the Club across all competitions.
HERNÁN LOSADA“We had a lot of possession. But it was possession without real chances. All the things that Nashville did well are things we want to produce on our end like quick transitions, good crosses and good finishing. I want a team with less possession and more verticality and aggression. We manage to cross, but we are not in the right place in the penalty box. We manage to shoot, but they are not on target.”
JOEL WATERMAN“We need to start scoring by finding the right combinations in attack. We need to find the right rhythm and convert the chances we create. I think we kept the ball well. We could have shot more tonight. But the most important thing is probably to get those shots on target.”
AARON HERRERA“We got exactly what we expected from Nashville. We know they’re a team that was going to play safe. They’re very good in the air both offensively and defensively. But at this point, we need to figure out what we want to do and how we want to create chances.”