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Di Vaio slays Fiorentina in tour finale
November 15th, 2012 8:40PM
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[MLS OFFSEASON: Montreal Impact] The Montreal Impact completed its tour of Italy with a 1-0 win over Fiorentina Thursday at Stadio Artemio Franchi in Florence. Italian Marco Di Vaio scored the lone goal of the game, which came four days after Fiorentina had beaten AC Milan, 3-1, in Milan.

Trialist Andrea Pisanu played a short pass to Di Vaio posted 10 yards out for the lone goal off an indirect kick in the 25th minute.

Two other trialists made appearances. Oussama Essabr played the first 45 minutes, while Nicolas Cordova came on in the second half.

Fiorentina started three players who started against Milan.

In other games, the Impact fell to Bologna, 1-0, and beat Fiorentina's primavera team, 4-1.

Nov. 15 in Florence
Fiorentina 0 Montreal Impact 1. Goal: Di Vaio 25.
Montreal -- Bush; Camara, Ferrari, Nesta (Ouimette 52), Brovsky (Iapichino 46); Pisanu (Arnaud 46), Mallace (Cordova 63), Bernier, Mapp (Neagle 57); Essabr (Wenger 46), Di Vaio (Nyassi 66)



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