Made a handful of stellar saves to keep the clean sheet.
He and Boswell did well to keep Di Vaio to a limited number of chances
Rode the line with his physical play.
Played in Clark's shadow, but that's not a bad thing. Kept things simple and deferred to bigger impact players.
Put in a couple of good crosses in the first half.
Wrapped up Di Vaio as well as can be expected.
Clark had a monster first half. His passing was spot on throughout.
Wasn't as influential as he can be, but he didn't really need to be. Still a solid outing from the veteran.
Lively. Will need to focus his energy as Houston progresses.
Bruin was a handful for the Impact defenders from the opening whistle, and his finishing was equally impressive.
Combined well with Clark and Bruin, especially in the first half. Probably should have had a goal.
Can't be blamed for any of the goals.
Joined in on the attack a few times, and looked okay while defending.
He showed rust, but was serviceable.
In his first game in over a year, he sees yellow in both halves and is sent off. Horrible night for the volatile defender.
Looked bad on both of Bruin's goals, which defies his solid play otherwise.
Largely invisible outside of a good early run down the middle.
One of the few Montreal players who looked interested in the match from start to finish.
His needless tackle led to Houston's penalty kick.
Struggled throughout his time on the pitch. First player to be subbed out.
Completely impotent as the second striker.
M. Di Vaio
Was caught offside a ton of times, but did get a couple of good shots on goal. Stupidly lost his head at the end of the match.