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MLS: Montreal 2, Toronto 1

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MONTREAL, April 7 (UPI) -- Rookie Andrew Wenger scored in the 81st minute Saturday to give Montreal a two-goal lead and the Impact held on to win for the first time -- 2-1 over Toronto.

Montreal had gone 0-4-1 in its first five games of its opening MLS season, but finally broke through with a revamped lineup.

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Sinisa Ubiparipovic, playing for the first time this year, scored in the 18th minute and Wenger added what turned out to be the game-winning score in the late going.

Danny Koevermans tallied for Toronto in the 88th minute.

Toronto played shorthanded for much of the second half when Logan Emory was given a direct red card for slamming into Sanna Nyassi to prevent a scoring opportunity.

Toronto (0-4-0) is the only team in MLS without a win.

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