MONTREAL (AP) — Chad Marshall and Dominic Oduro scored in the second half to lead the Columbus Crew to a 2-1 comeback victory over the Montreal Impact on Saturday.
The Crew (10-14-5) ended a four-game unbeaten run for Montreal (13-7-6), which lost at home for only the second time this season. Columbus went 2-0-1 against Montreal this season.
Marco Di Vaio, the MLS scoring leader with 18 goals, got his seventh in five games in the 23rd minute for Montreal. Di Vaio had another good chance but was stopped from in close early in the second half.
Federico Higuain's free kick to the left of the area was headed in by Marshall in the 66th, and Oduro remained onside to receive a pass and put the ball past Troy Perkins in the 79th.