Montreal Impact ended Toronto Fc's unbeaten run with a 5-3 win at BMO Field. The visiting Montreal Impact had to use two goals each from Ignacio Piatti (10', 24) and Anthony Jackson-Hamel (47', 51') to outplay a resilient Toronto team. However, Greg Vanney's men made some impressive attempts on Montreal's box, and in the process, they managed to force an own goal from Deian Boldor. Afterward, the home team continued to launch attacks on Montreal's defense, but they barely find the back of the net until Tosaint Ricketts scored twice in the 77' and 79' minutes to trim the deficit.

The defeat is Toronto FC first home loss of the season. Despite the disappointing outcome, Toronto FC still leads the Eastern standings with sixty-two points, while Montreal Impact is seventh with thirty-nine points. Here's the match recap.

Toronto FC outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Alexander Bono (3.90). Defender - Steven Beitashour (4.88), Chris Mavinga (5.75), Drew Moor (5.80), Eriq Zavaleta (5.65), Justin Morrow (6.43). Midfielder - Jonathan Osorio (5.90), Michael Bradley (6.69), Marco Delgado (5.54). Forward - Tosaint Ricketts (eight points), Armando Cooper (6.87). Used substitutes - Raheem Edwards (6.78), Nicolas Hasler (six points), Ben Spencer (six points).

Team's strength and weakness: Greg Vanney's men were effective at setting up goal bound opportunities from long range shots, both flanks and set pieces. They were solid in front of goal but committed a high number of individual stumbles.

Style of play: Toronto FC gained more possession in Montreal's half and favored short passes.

Montreal Impact outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Evan Bush (5.64). Defender - Víctor Cabrera (7.23), Laurent Ciman (6.76), Deian Boldor (six points). Midfielder - Hassoun Camara (6.54), Samuel Piette (6.42), Marco Donadel (7.70), Daniel Lovitz (seven points), Blerim Dzemaili (7.30). Forward - Ignacio Piatti (9.30), Anthony Jackson-Hamel (8.89).

Used substitutes - Hernán Bernardello (six points), Dominic Oduro (5.88), Chris Duvall (5.90).

Team's strength and weakness: Montreal Impact created goal-scoring chances through individual efforts, long-range shots, and counter attacks. They were strong at scoring but often lost possession and committed a high number of individual errors.

Style of play: Mauro Biello's men largely launched attacks through the center midfield. They favored long passes and through balls.

Who's Man of the Match

No doubt, Ignacio Piatti played magnificently for Montreal Impact. Piatti scored twice and provided an assist. Overall, he completed fifty touches.

Upcoming matches for the both clubs

Toronto FC will be on the road to face New England Revolution on September 23, while Montreal Impact will slog it out with Atlanta United at Mercedes-Benz Stadium a day later.