Coming off one of its most impressive wins in club history, New York City FC will look to double its home success Saturday against a Montreal Impact team it has dominated over the teams' brief history.
Despite failing to reach the playoffs in its first two MLS seasons, New York City (1-1-0) is 3-1-1 all-time against the Impact, and undefeated (2-0-1) at Yankee Stadium.
If momentum is anything, Sunday's 4-0 victory over D.C. United suggests New York City could be set to improve upon that record. Last year's Golden Boot runner-up David Villa had two goals and an assist and new signing Maximiliano Moralez made his first contributions with a goal and two assists. >> Read more