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Toronto FC Vs. Montreal Impact Live Stream: Watch The MLS Playoff Game Online

Wed, November 30, 2016 4:00pm EDT by 1 Comment

The Seattle Sounders have secured their spot in the MLS Cup Final. Now, they just need an opponent. Toronto FC faces the Montreal Impact on Nov. 30 for the chance to compete for the MLS championship. Don’t miss a second – click to watch!

Though the Montreal Impact took the first-of-two games, there’s still a chance for Toronto FC to make it to the MLS Cup finals. Perhaps the home field advantage will give TFC the edge they need. They better hope so, because they’ll need all the help they can get in order to punch their ticket to the championship game. This clash starts at 7:00 PM ET so tune in to see every wild kick, header and goal.

Sports fans that are eager to see who Seattle will face in the MLS finals can watch via Fox Sports official live stream. CLICK HERE TO WATCH TORONTO FC. VS MONTREAL IMPACT LIVE STREAM

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When Toronto and Montreal played the first meeting at Olympic Stadium (in front of 61,004 loud Canadian soccer fans) there was plenty of action, according to MLS Soccer. The final score was 3-2, but that doesn’t tell the main story. Montreal opened up the game with two goals, as Dominic Oduro, 31, took a pass from Patrice Bernier, 37, to draw first blood at the 10-minute mark. Two minutes later, Matteo Mancosu, 31, put Montreal up, 2-0.

Ambroise Oyongo, 25, at minute 53, would give Montreal a 3-point lead. Had Jozy Altidore, 27, and Michael Bradley, 29, not pulled out an amazing pair of goals at minutes 68 and 73, TFC’s MLS Cup dreams would be dead in the water. With a pair of away goals, Toronto can oust Montreal with a clean sheet. If TFC keeps the Impact from scoring, they’ll head to the finals.

Yet, Montreal won’t throw in the towel, not after they handed three straight unanswered points in the first game. “The team is scoring and we’re finding the right spots, with good delivery,” Patrice Bernier said, per the CBC. Plus, the odds are in Montreal’s favor. A draw means they advance, no matter what the score. Even if Montreal loses, in some scenarios (3-4 or 4-5) they still advance. Yikes.

Who do you want to see win, HollywoodLifers? Are you hoping TFC goes FTW, or are you cheering on Montreal as they make an impact in the MLS?