The New York Red Bulls looked to overcome a 1-0 deficit while the Montreal Impact hoped to become the first Canadian side to reach the Conference Finals in this second leg of the Eastern Conference Semifinals.
New York City hosted Toronto FC in Leg 2 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals.
I’m not sure how I’ll cover soccer next season. Maybe it’s time to invest in some better equipment. I think I’ll still go with the pen and paper method of taking notes. Maybe a camera that can take better pictures looking into the sun or night games with low lighting and not looking like blurs if anyone is moving. A new pair of binoculars where I’m not always worried that the eye pieces are going to fall off? My car still works but is older than all the players on the Toronto FC Academy team! I’ve got a cracked cell phone but don’t have a data plan so I only tweet from my laptop at home. I’m sure I’ll find something by the Spring. We’ll see what happens in 2017. Happy New Year everyone!
The Montreal Impact began their post season well with a 1-0 victory in the first leg of their playoff tie with the New York Red Bulls.
David Villa, Jack Harrison, and New York City FC headed to BMO Field to play the club’s first-ever playoff game against Giovinco, Jozy Altidore, and Toronto FC in Leg One of the Eastern Conference Semifinals.