FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Patrice Bernier converted two penalty kicks in the first half and Marco DiVaio also scored twice Sunday night, leading the Montreal Impact past the New England Revolution 4-2.
The Revolution played short-handed for the final 85 minutes after goalkeeper Matt Reis drew a red card. He was penalized for a hand tackle on DiVaio, who was attempting to retrieve a loose ball in the penalty box.
Montreal (13-7-6) extended its unbeaten streak to four matches (3-0-1). Diego Fagundez and Kelyn Rowe scored for New England (10-10-7), whose three-match unbeaten streak (2-0-1) ended.
Bernier's second penalty kick put Montreal ahead 2-1 in the 33rd minute after the Revolution's Jose Goncalves received a yellow card for pushing Felipe Martins down inside the penalty box. Bernier picked the lower right side of the Revolution net for his fourth goal of the season.
DiVaio extended the lead in first-half stoppage time and made it 4-1 with his 17th goal in the 55th minute. Both times he took a cross from Hassoun Camara and sent a right-footed shot into the left corner.
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