Reserves: Revs Fall to Impact

Revolution guest player Ivica Majstorovic directs a teammate toward him during Monday’s reserve game against Montreal. (Photo: Kari Heistad/CapturedImages.biz)

Dimitry Imbongo scored before the interval, but it didn’t stop the Impact from claiming a 3-1 win over the Revolution in Reserve Division action on Monday.

Montreal opened up a two-goal lead thanks to tallies from Zachariah Massoudi (31′) and Sinisa Ubiparipovic (42′). Imbongo cut the lead in half in the 45th minute, but first-round pick Andrew Wenger effectively put the game out of reach in the 61st minute.

The Revolution reserves featured two European guest players in its starting XI: midfielder Mark Kerr (formerly of Dundee United) and center back Ivica Majstorovic (Kerkyra F.C.).

The Revolution reserves return to action at 10am on Sept. 7 when they host Toronto’s reserves at Gillette Stadium.

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Brian O'Connell serves as editor and staff writer at New England Soccer Today. He's also the Revolution beat writer for ESPNBoston.com, and is Officer at Large for the North American Soccer Reporters. He's contributed to The Associated Press, The Canadian Press, and has been featured on MLSSoccer.com & RevsNet.com. Follow him on Twitter: @BrianOConnell21 or e-mail him at BOConnell21@aol.com