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HOUSTON -- All of the Montreal Impacts hard work on defence was undone by a single strange deflection. [url=http://www.jaguarsfa

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HOUSTON -- All of the Montreal Impacts hard work on defence was undone by a single strange deflection. Brad Nortman Jersey . A collision sent the ball spiralling over to Houstons Giles Barnes just inside the area. Barnes sent a sliding pass back to Will Bruin, whose shot deflected off Impact defender Eric Millers foot and bounded over goalkeeper Troy Perkins. That goal in the 40th minute was all the Dynamo needed to beat Montreal 1-0 on Saturday, and eclipsed an otherwise outstanding defensive effort by Miller in just his second MLS star. "It was a block that just went over," Impact coach Frank Klopas said. "Nothing that you can do about that. We had numbers back and got the block, but it is what it is." The Dynamo (2-0-0) scored four goals against the New England Revolution in last weeks season opener. That prolific offence was nowhere to be seen on Saturday as the Impact tightened up on defence. Miller and Hassoun Camara led a back line that pressed the Dynamo up high and kept scoring chances to a minimum. "We knew they had a very strong attack," Camara said. "We wanted to press high and stay tight with our opponent. We made it tough for them by not giving them space. It was a good game, but in the end we are not happy because we lost on the unlucky goal." Montreals attempts to move the ball into the middle found stiff resistance from the Dynamo defence in the first half. Brad Davis and Kofi Sarkodi were particularly formidable as they defended on the crosses. The Impact (0-2-0) turned up the attack as the second half opened. Patrice Bernier and Andrew Wenger were able to make more runs into the middle and numerous chances that failed to find the back of the net. "We needed to push the game," Klopas said. "There was a sense of urgency and all the guys pushed to be quicker on the ball and switch the point of attack. We need to create enough chances and then finish them. I think they will come." Bernier and Wenger worked well together in creating chances while also getting into position for passes from Hernan Bernadello and Felipe Martins. Wenger and Bernier both had late shots that forced Dynamo keeper Tally Hall to make diving saves. A shot by Wenger in the 63rd got by Hall, but was cleared off the goal-line by Sarkodie. "We created opportunities, but they dropped a lot of guys deep," Wenger said. "It was tricky for us. We played well overall and should have come away with a point, at least. I would have preferred to win ugly, but thats soccer." Dede Westbrook Jersey . LeBron James and Chris Bosh didnt need any more. Williams scored 11 points in 10 minutes, Alan Anderson scored 17 points, and the Brooklyn Nets finished the exhibition season with a 108-87 win over the Miami Heat on Friday night. Corey Grant Jersey . With the final four being arguably the four best – and most complete – teams from the regular season, picking a winner is not as easy as it sounds. http://www.jaguarsfansclub.com/Black-AJ-Bouye-Jaguars-Jersey.html?cat=961 .B. -- Canadas Rachel Homan opened the Ford Womens World Curling Championship with a 7-5 win over Russia on Saturday. SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. -- Jorge Romero put Mexico in front with one big swing, and then he finished the job from the mound. Romero hit a two-run homer in the top of the seventh, and Tijuana, Mexico, rallied past Aguadulce, Panama, 4-2 on Thursday night to earn a berth in the international championship game at the Little League World Series. Jorge Rodriguez reached on a bunt single before Romero connected against Edgardo Rosales, sending a drive over the wall in centre. "I was just thinking my job was to get a hit and get on base so I could score a run," Romero said. The rain-delayed victory set up a rematch between Mexico and Tokyo, Japan on Saturday. The second game on Thursdays slate between Westport, Conn., and Sammamish, Wash., for a berth in the U.S. final against Chula Vista, Calif., was moved to Friday. Mexico went ahead 2-1 in the fifth. Brandon Montes led off with a long drive to left-centre for his fourth World Series homer, and Alex Artalejo added an RBI single. Panama scored on a pair of sacrifice flies by Jordan Agrazal in the first and fifth innings. "It was a big game and the kids did their best," Panama manager Luis Gonzalez said. "They battled back the final inning. Its a team that won 26 games, and Panama should be proud of them." The game was delayed for 95 minutes in the seventh, and Panama threatened in its final at-bat after play resumed. Jean Mar Sanchez led off with a single to centre, and Juan Crisp had a base hit with one out. Agrazal was ruled safe on a grounder to second when first baseman Luis Corral was late covering, but the call was overturned after a video replay as Mexicos boisterous fans roared in approval. That put two runners in scoring position, but Romero struck out Rafael Eysseric swinging on a 1-2 pitch to end it. Romero then threw his glove hard to the ground and was mobbed by his teammates near the mound. "I was confident we were going to get the out," Romero said. "I had been throwing good fastballs. I knew if I could throw strikes we were going to get him." The first meeting between the teams last Sunday was short. Montes went deep on the fifth pitch of the game, and Ramon Mendoza added two of Tijuanas five home runs in a 13-0 rout that went only four innings. The game was stopped because of Little Leagues 10-run rule. Daniel Fernandez was the starter forr Panama in that one and recorded just one out, allowing two runs and two hits. A. J. Cann Jersey. . He had another shaky beginning in this one, but settled down in a hurry this time. Fernandez walked the first three batters he faced, and a couple of visits to the mound by Gonzalez didnt seem to have much effect. But with a teammate already throwing in the bullpen, the left-hander wriggled out of the jam. Fernandez struck out Mendoza and got Axcel Mandujano to line to third baseman Armando Lopez, who stepped on the bag for a double play. Mexico starter Brandon Meza also struggled, and he wasnt so lucky. Meza walked two of his first three batters. With runners at the corners after a wild pitch, Agrazal turned on a changeup and hit a sacrifice fly to left field, with Sanchez barely beating the throw home. Crisp was doubled off first on the play to end the inning. Fernandez continued to shine in the second against the powerful Tijuana team, striking out three and walking one as his pitch count mounted. "It was a game we expected," Mexico manager Francisco Fimbres said. "Even the first time we still knew it was going to be a hard team to beat." Panama loaded the bases with one out in the third on two walks and an error caused by some heads-up baserunning by Sanchez. He ran in front of the shortstop, blocking his view of a grounder. Meza got out of the jam by striking out Edgardo Rosales and retiring Tomas Sarmiento on a hard grounder to third. Meza struck out the side in the fourth and Montes led off the fifth with a tying drive over the wall in left-centre. Fernandez reached his pitch count after retiring the next batter and departed, and Mexico scored again. Saul Favela reached second on an error and Artalejo singled between shortstop and third for a 2-1 lead. Sanchez singled off Meza leading off the bottom of the fifth as the Mexican starter also reached his pitch count. Fernandez then laid down a bunt and was ruled safe at first on a close play. Mexico challenged and the call was overturned, eliciting groans from the Panama fans. It proved costly when Crisp followed with a single up the middle, but Panama tied it at 2 on a long sacrifice fly to centre by Agrazal. "I tried to motivate the kids during the rain delay. It wasnt lost yet," Gonzalez said. "We tried to get the win. We couldnt, but we tried." Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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