There are few better feelings in sports than really sticking it to your rivals and few worse than being on the other end of that blowout.
Toronto FC and Montreal Impact fans know those emotions all too well – they have, after all, experienced both the ecstasy and the agony that comes with such results in a pair of games that players from each side called some of the most memorable in the history of the 401 Derby.
Canadian Championship: Vancouver Whitecaps stress importance of competition by fielding strong lineup
FC Edmonton vs. Vancouver Whitecaps
Clarke Field, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Amway Canadian Championship semifinals, second
May 20, 10 pm ET
Things haven’t gone entirely according to plan for the Vancouver Whitecaps in this year’s Amway Canadian Championship.
Canadian Championship: Vancouver Whitecaps' Carl Robinson says first-leg draw "panned out exactly as I thought"
VANCOUVER, B.C. - Vancouver Whitecaps were made to work hard against a FC Edmonton side that came out of the traps flying in the first leg of their Amway Canadian Championship semifinal at BC Place on Wednesday evening, before eventually coming away with a 1-1 draw against the NASL side.
VANCOUVER, B.C. – Vancouver Whitecaps gave up what could prove to be a vital away goal, and were made to work extremely hard by NASL side FC Edmonton, before finally coming away with a 1-1 draw in the first leg of their Amway Canadian Championship semifinal at BC Place on Wednesday.
A Gershon Koffie goal three minutes from timed spared Vancouver’s blushes after Tomi Ameobi scored for the Eddies just four minutes in.
TORONTO – Toronto FC’s Amway Canadian Championship campaign may be over for 2015, but a 3-2 victory over the Montreal Impact still provides the team with a silver lining as TFC celebrated a somewhat sombre win at BMO Field on Wednesday night.