One fluffed backpass, and the mood changed in an instant.
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Vancouver Whitecaps head coach Carl Robinson was true to his pregame word and went with a young starting lineup against Toronto FC, fielding a team with an average age of just 21.7 years old for the two teams' clash in the first leg of the Amway Canadian Championship semifinals.
A lackluster first half made way for a more exciting last 45 minutes on Wednesday night as the Montreal Impact conceded a stoppage-time winner in the first leg of their Amway Canadian Championship semifinal at FC Edmonton, who will bring a 2-1 advantage to the concluding leg at Stade Saputo on May 14.
TORONTO – Toronto FC were able to hold on for a 2-1 win over the Vancouver Whitecaps in their Amway Canadian Championship semifinal first leg on Wednesday night, but the circumstances of the victory left many of the Reds players wanting more.
TORONTO – What looked like a straightforward 1-0 win for Toronto FC over the Vancouver Whitecaps turned into a hard-fought 2-1 victory after a pair of late goals exchanged by both sides brought the opening game of the Amway Canadian Championship semifinals to life.
FC EDMONTON vs. MONTREAL IMPACT
CLARKE STADIUM, Edmonton, Alberta
May 7, 2014 (Amway Canadian Championship semifinal first leg)
9:30 pm ET (Sportsnet One)
The Montreal Impact begin their defense of the Amway Canadian Championship this Wednesday, against FC Edmonton at Clarke Stadium, in the first match of a home-and-away aggregate goal series.