The Mexican striker came to his team's rescue with a fantastic goal in stoppage time.
After 93 minutes of scoreless play, the match came down to a bit of quick thinking. A shot from Marco Delgado outside the area deflected off Montreal defender Matteo Ferrari and bounced in front of Torres. He flicked the ball up and connected a stunning, acrobatic scissor kick to beat Troy Perkins at the near post.
It's Torres' 12th MLS goal of the season, and the fourth game in a row in which he's scored his team's only goal. The 21-year-old Guadalajara native is just two behind Golden Boot leader Bradley Wright-Phillips.
The Goats (5-7-5) are now just five points off the playoff pace. Montreal (3-8-5) has the worst record in Major League Soccer.