New England Revolution 2-4 Montreal Impact

Patrice Bernier penalties lift Impact

September 8, 2013
By Associated Press

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Patrice Bernier converted two penalties in the first half and Marco Di Vaio also scored twice as the Montreal Impact beat the New England Revolution 4-2 Sunday night.

Montreal (13-7-6), playing short-handed for the final 85 minutes after goalkeeper Matt Reis was issued a red card, extended its unbeaten streak to four matches (3-0-1). Reis was penalized for a hand tackle on Di Vaio while attempting to retrieve a loose ball in the penalty box.

Diego Fagundez and Kelyn Rowe scored for New England (10-10-7), which snapped a three-match unbeaten streak (2-0-1).

Bernier's second penalty kick put Montreal ahead 2-1 in the 33rd minute after the Revolution's Jose Goncalves received a yellow card for pushing Felipe Martins down inside the penalty box. Di Vaio extended the lead in first-half stoppage time and made it 4-1 with his 17th goal in the 55th minute.

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