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CF Montréal is looking for another MLS Road victory over the Los Angeles Galaxy

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The Canadian Press

Canadian press

Elias Grigoliadis

Montreal has never imagined himself like a road expert.

Last season, the club scored only 15 of the 42 possible points away from home, which was a big blow to the major league soccer playoff battle.

However, the club seemed to turn it around, becoming one of the best away teams in MLS and earning valuable points in the process.

"I don't know if I can identify one specific thing, but I think I've admitted that the road points are very high in this league," defender Joel Waterman said from Studsapto. He talked about improving remote clubs. "We want to make sure we are in a position to collect those points whenever we go out on the road."

With these points, Montreal is now At the midpoint of the season, he is at the top of the Eastern Conference. Despite the small blip of their radar, they show severely missed resilience and mental strength last year and did not win after the difficult 0-3-1 on the MLS cmapaign began. Played at most two games.

Montreal concludes a short west trip with the struggling Los Angeles Galaxy at Dignity Health Sports Park on Monday. The rest of the

season will be an effort for the club not only to maintain the playoff spot, but also to keep pushing towards the top seeds in the east.

"We play a very strong team in our backyard. Regardless of their record, that is by no means certain," said head coach Wilfried Nancy. rice field. "Every game is a new challenge, there is no easy game. Everything is possible with MLS and you have to prepare for the difficult end of the game for the rest of the season."

Top players in Montreal There are still issues surrounding health. International Kamalmirer and Jorgemi Hailovich from Canada and the United States haven't played yet since they were injured in an international break. After Miller travels with the team, he is expected to be available from the bench, but Mikhailovich's recovery is referred to in terms of "weeks" rather than days.

This report by Canadian Press was first published on July 3, 2022.