When I saw the starting 11 I thought Bruce is really going for it. That is an attacking group. I liked it. Some of my thoughts: Gil and Bou really play well together. We have missed that combo. TMac had a really tough start to the game. Seemed like every pass he made was off target. Polster too to a lesser extent. Buchanon was dangerous and once he got that yellow on Corrales I was convinced a second was coming. Smart of Henry to get Corrales out at the half. The REVs lost a lot of the play in the beginning of the second half and I think that had a lot to do with Buchanon's injury. They were on the back foot when he left but once he did leave and his attacking threat was gone Gil had less space to work because Polster did not scare them the way Tejon did and they could crowd Carles. The game opened up again for the REVs when Lee came on. The three DPs all played up a notch, or two in some cases. Kessler's game reading was on display. I thought it had been missing for a few games recently. The streaky Bunbury is in a down streak. He missed so many opportunities. Diop robbed Buksa twice. I got the impression that Bou did not trust Rennicks Farrell had another one of his brain fart plays. Badly misjudged a ball near midfield giving Montreal an odd man break (excuse the hockey term). Just glad it did not result in a goal. Was Montreal as tired as they looked on that final goal. How did they let Bou have that much space? I am getting a little tired of one poster's apparent hatred of Caldwell's game. It's getting old. Granted, he is not a flashy player but he is steady, rarely misconnects a pass and reads the game very well. This allows him to be an effective 6 without the physicality of others who play that position. I remember another guy who played that position who sang Scotty's praises again and again. Jermaine Jones loved playing with Scott. Bruce seemed pretty happy after the game. I hope Tejon's injury is not serious. He has been a bright light this season and I hope to see more of him.