61,000 Montrealers Witnessed The Impact Beat Toronto FC At The Olympic Stadium (24 Photos)

A sellout crowd like never seen in the city before.
61,000 Montrealers Witnessed The Impact Beat Toronto FC At The Olympic Stadium (24 Photos)

Last night was the first match of the Eastern Conference championship. The Impact ended up beating Toronto FC 3-2, but it was a very stressful considering they nearly blew a 3-0 lead.

The game took place at the Olympic stadium in front of a crowd of 61,000 people!

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The series will concludes next Wednesday in Toronto and it's a pretty huge deal considering no Canadian team has ever qualified for the MLS Cup.

Here are some of the photos from last night's game.

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