MLS Snapshot: Orlando City 0-1 Montreal Impact (video)

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The game in 100 words (or less): With the final spots in the Eastern Conference firmly up for grabs, the Montreal Impact came up with a massive win over Orlando City on Sunday afternoon, creating a five-point gap between themselves and the seventh-place New England Revolution. Dominic Oduro’s second-half finish was enough to give the Impact the road victory, while also propelling Mauro Biello’s squad up to fourth in the Eastern Conference with two games to play. Orlando City will miss out on the postseason for the second straight season following Sunday’s loss.

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Three moments that mattered

‘ — Kaka appeals for a penalty — The ref was in a good position to make the call but the Brazilian didn’t get the call he and his side wanted.

56′ — Impact take lead courtesy of Oduro — The initial pass took a bit of an unfortunate deflection for Orlando but this finish is too classy to not count.

62′ — Bush makes huge save to deny Larin — Most keepers can’t keep Cyle Larin off the scoresheet with two hands. Evan Bush broke that trend with a huge stop with his left arm on Sunday.

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Man of the match: 

Goalscorers: Dominic Oduro (56′)