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#1 2016-12-09 07:38:58

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MONTREAL - Marco Di Vaio had a feeling when he arrived at Saputo Stadium that something good was going to happen.And it did, as the 38-year-old striker had two goals to give the Montreal Impact a 2-2 draw with the New England Revolution on Saturday.Di Vaio, whose retirement at the end of the Major League Soccer season is only two weeks away, clearly wants to go out with a bang.Its amazing because the last two or three games, I felt something like when I was younger, Di Vaio said after scoring his seventh and eighth of the season.Lee Nguyen scored in the 69th minute to give New England the point it needed to clinch a playoff spot for a second year in a row. Kelyn Rowe also scored for New England, which is 7-1-1 in its last nine matches.A recent Impact ad blitz urges fans to see Di Vaio in the last home games of his stellar career. The Italian did not disappoint, even if only 14,389 turned out to the 20,000-seat stadium .The Impact play next week at Toronto, then Di Vaio will close his career at home on Oct. 25 against D.C. United. The club hopes to have a full house for the send off for the player who joined in May 2012 as its first designated player.I told him wed sign him for three more years, coach Frank Klopas joked. That second goal, I thought I was seeing Marco from 20 years ago.We talked about finishing strong and trying to get some wins at home for Marco. Its disappointing we didnt get it. We had chances and didnt score and we let them hang in there.Di Vaios goals illustrated what Montreal will be losing when he leaves.On the first, midfielder Calum Mallace made an alert play to loft a pass over the defence. Di Vaio collected the ball and went in alone to score in the 12th minute.After Kelyn Rowe tied in the 16th, Di Vaio pulled off his master stroke in the 40th, freezing New England captain Jose Goncalves with a head fake and slotting Andres Romeros diagonal pass in off the left post from just inside the penalty area.Im happy because my body is following my mind right now, said Di Vaio. Im always motivated.When I have a chance to step on the field, I want to score. Its my job. Im happy for me, but less for the team because we could have won. We deserved to win. We played better and had more chances than them. But its a tough year for us. Every time we give up a strange goal and it stops us from winning.The strange goal came from New Englands most dangerous forward Nguyen, who chipped a shot that went high off Mallace and dropped behind goalkeeper Evan Bush for his 15th of the season.It came after Justin Mapp wasted two chances to give the Impact a two-goal lead. First Mapp was stopped on a clear breakaway by Bobby Shuttleworth, then Dilly Duka got him the ball again only to see the shot sail over the bar.Overall, it was a good performance, but its tough, said Mallace. It feels like a loss, especially on a goal like that, which took a deflection off me.Di Vaio opted to retire to be with his family, who stayed behind in Italy. He is expected to return to his former club Bologna in some non-playing capacity.The Rome native has given the Impact full value, including a 20-goal campaign in 2013.Its the end of his time and it sums up his career with two amazing goals, added Mallace. Its been an honour to play with him.Di Vaios final season has been rough for the Impact, who got off to a disastrous start and didnt stat to find themselves until August, when it was too late to avoiding missing the MLS playoffs. They salvaged something by reaching the CONCACAF Champions League quarter-finals.We cant go back in time, said Klopas. But weve learned and got better.Its great how were playing now but it will be a long off-season.Late in the first half, New England defender A.J. Soares hammered a shot over the bar so hard that it broke a seat in the east end stands.Notes: Canadian Geoff Gamble was slated to referee, but pulled out with an injury suffered in a friendly match. He was replaced by Armando Villareal. . . The Impact were without fullback Eric Miller, who is with the U.S. U-18 team, and Canadian team selects Issey Nakajima-Farran, Karl Ouimette and Jeremy Gagnon-Lapare. . . Former Alouettes quarterback Anthony Calvillo, who is to have his jersey retired on Monday, got a standing ovation and a No. 13 Impact shirt in a pre-game introduction. . . Jay Heaps coached his 100th MLS game, all with New England. LaMarr Woodley Cardinals Jersey . While Chelsea stayed two points behind leader Arsenal courtesy of Etoos hat trick, seventh-place United slipped 14 points from the summit this weekend. And the gap from the Champions League places is growing as well, with Liverpool six points ahead in fourth. Cory Redding Cardinals Jersey .1 million contract. The club said that Boll will earn $950,000 in 2012-13 and $1.15 million in 2013-14. The 26-year-old Boll had two goals and one assist with 126 penalty minutes in 54 games with the Blue Jackets in 2011-12. http://www.thecardinalsshoponline.com/Y … ls-Jersey/ . Funny, they looked like longtime friends during Pittsburghs 5-1 demolition of Dallas on Tuesday night. Quick to the puck and even quicker to the net, the Penguins top line overwhelmed the suddenly struggling Stars as Pittsburgh bounced back from a dismal weekend sweep at the hands of Philadelphia by jumping on Dallas early. Tony Jefferson Cardinals Jersey . Indeed, must be among the greatest challenges in all of sports. The pressure he applies, from set to set, game to game, point to point, shot to shot. Adrian Wilson Cardinals Jersey . The club says its first-choice centre back "underwent medical tests on Wednesday morning" which confirmed he has injured his right hamstring. The injury was caused in the second minute of Tuesdays 4-1 league win over Real Sociedad in the Camp Nou when teammate Sergio Busquets accidentally struck Mascherano just above the knee with an outstretched boot.CARDIFF -- Wales gave a two-time defending champions response to a demoralizing defeat by whipping France 27-6 and keeping its Six Nations title defence alive on Friday. So shaken to the core was Wales by its 26-3 demolition from Ireland, the only unbeaten team left in the championship, that coach Warren Gatland warned his British Lions-laden side that careers were on the line under the Millennium Stadium roof. The players answer was a robust performance of power, pace and poise, adding up to a third straight win over France last achieved 42 years ago. "That was the response we were looking for," captain Sam Warburton said. "We knew we had it in us." He admitted playing for their jobs was also an incentive. "We said in the week that we dont want to take our places for granted. We have probably worked our hardest in the last two weeks," he said. Stand-in centre George North scored after five minutes and fullback Leigh Halfpennys boot punished frequent French errors and a second-rate scrum with five penalties that propped up a 20-6 halftime lead. When Warburton reached out to plant the ball on the line in the 64th, the score became Wales biggest win over France at home since 1950. That margin will be vital in terms of points difference in the standings if Wales, which jumped over previously unbeaten France into second place, can stay on track and Ireland lose somewhere. The Irish are at Twickenham on Saturday. Wales performance wasnt assured beforehand, certainly not after lock Alun-Wyn Jones, who captained the Lions in their series-clinching win in Australia last year, withdrew just before the match with a foot injury. That gave a second Welshman, Jake Ball, his first test start beside scrumhalf Rhys Webb, whose zippy pass was a big factor in Wales frantic start. Five minutes in, lineout ball was spread left and inside centre Jamie Roberts drew two defenders. North gave Halfpenny an overlap and he chipped ahead. France fullback Bruce Dulin claimed the ball just before the tryline, but he was accidentally clipped in the head by teammate Jean-Marc Doussain and dropped the ball, which North pounced on in goal.dddddddddddd Halfpenny couldnt convert. He seemed to kick only the hardest goalkicks, and France kept giving him chances, especially from a scrum that Wales eventually got on top of. Captain Pascal Pape conceded the second penalty from a ruck, and tighthead prop Nicolas Mas the third for slipping in a scrum. Wesley Fofana was milked by North in a ruck for Halfpennys fourth, and a tighthead conceded just before halftime ended up giving Halfpenny his fifth penalty. Moments before then, referee Alain Rolland told both captains the scrum was a mess and threatened to dish out cards. He upheld his promise in the 50th, sin-binning Mas and counterpart Gethin Jenkins. By then, Wales was in charge and the outmuscled French had few options. "It was a catastrophic first half, our discipline was poor, and we gave away too many penalties," France coach Philippe Saint-Andre said. "We were totally apathetic in the first half." Dulin said, "They got on top of us very quickly and we couldnt pull ourselves together. We didnt go about things the right way. "We didnt start the game well and they just gained in confidence. After their match against Ireland they really wanted to put their foot down." France had a try rightfully disallowed early in the first half for a knockon, but the backs received no ball and didnt go close again until the 50th, when centre Mathieu Bastareaud slipped North and was stopped just short of the tryline, and couldnt offload to Dulin or winger Hugo Bonneval. The French backs were more involved in the second half, but Wales defence was smothering. Frustrated No. 8 Louis Picamoles got himself sin-binned in the 62nd and Wales took advantage. From a Roberts barging run up the middle, Warburton charged off a ruck and just managed in a double tackle with an outstretched arm to put the ball on the line. With 10 minutes to go, Wales substituted Adam Jones and Jenkins, Ball, Dan Lydiate, Webb, Rhys Priestland and Halfpenny, and all were cheered off as returning heroes deserve to be. Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' '

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