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Impact earns tie at Vancouver with nine men
May 6th, 2010 2:01AM
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[NUTRILITE CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIP] For the second game in a row, the Montreal Impact had to play short-handed on the road -- this time it finished with nine players -- but this time it managed to draw, 1-1, against the Vancouver Whitecaps.

In its previous game, the Impact fell to Toronto FC, 2-0, and had Roberto Brown ejected. The Impact subsequently suspended the Panamanian international.

On Wednesday, Antigua & Barbuda international Peter Byers opened the scoring for Montreal in the 32nd minute

But with less than 10 minutes to play, Marcus Haber, back with Vancouver on loan from West Bromwich, equalized on a penalty.

The penalty followed the ejection of defender Adam Braz. Forward Reda Agourram was then sent off during second-half stoppage time for throwing an elbow.



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