The Montreal Impact played their best game so far in 2014 stopping the streaking New England Revolution at home. Last place Montreal gained some ground in the Eastern Conference after defeating the top seeded team in the East 2-0.
Two minutes into the game, the Revs got a wake up call, but they never actually did wake up. Di Vaio returned a pass from Romero, leaving the midfielder one-on-one with Bobby Shuttleworth. Romero didn't miss, sneaking his low shot past the Revs keeper handing Montreal the early lead.
The Revs defense did not react and Montreal dominated the first half with a vertical attack creating several clear scoring opportunities through long balls.