Monteiro, Santos Score, Union Tops Impact 2-1
Jack Elliott, right, of the Philadelphia Union and Amar Sejdic of the Montreal Impact battle for the ball in the first half. The Philadelphia Union becomes the first Philadelphia-area team to allow fans in the stands for their game against Montreal Sunday, Oct. 11, 2020, in Chester, Pa. (Charles Fox/The Philadelphia Inquirer via AP)
CHESTER, Pa.: Jamiro Monteiro and Sergio Santos scored in a nine-minute span and the Philadelphia Union beat the Montreal Impact 2-1 on Sunday night.
Monteiro took a well-placed lead pass from Ilsinho on the right side and just beat the keeper on the near post in the 39th minute. Santos also set up by Ilsinho took a cross and tapped it in a largely untended net.
Amar Sejdic got Montreal on the board at the 65th minute.
With the win, Philadelphia (10-3-4) trails Eastern Conference-leading Toronto by three points. The Impact (6-9-2) are in eighth place in the East.
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