Montreal was awarded a six-yard indirect kick; Orlando stopped it (video)

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This just wasn’t Montreal’s night.

Quebec’s MLS set not only lost 4-1 to visiting Orlando City behind an electric night from Kaka, Carlos Rivas, and Matias Perez Garcia, it failed to convert a late chance from very, very close.

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A back pass to Joe Bendik, who allowed a very rough goal earlier in the night but also stopped a Didier Drogba penalty, gave Montreal an indirect free kick from the edge of the six.

City blocked Didier Drogba’s attempt at a second goal of the night. With the win, Orlando rises into the sixth playoff spot in the East, just three points back of the Impact.