Montreal beats TFC to win Canadian Championship

Montreal's Jack McInerney takes down TFC's Doniel Henry during Tuesday night's game. (SEBASTIEN...

Montreal's Jack McInerney takes down TFC's Doniel Henry during Tuesday night's game. (SEBASTIEN ST-JEAN/QMI Agency)

Kurtis Larson, Toronto Sun

, Last Updated: 11:23 PM ET

Two things are certain in life: Death and the Montreal Impact won’t be issued a penalty in a Canadian Cup final.

The Quebecers could have had two in a 1-1 first-leg draw last week at BMO Field.

In the return leg Wednesday night, the hosts should have been given a spot kick minutes before halftime when TFC’s Doneil Henry handled the ball inside the area.

Montreal bench boss Frank Klopas called last week’s performance by referee Silviu Petrescu an embarrassment.

But when Montreal’s Felipe buried a Marco Di Vaio rebound two minutes into stoppage time to give his side a 1-0 win on the night, nothing else mattered.

The Impact, the better team over two legs, got the result it needed Wednesday night to advance in front of home supporters — the club’s second-consecutive Canadian Cup title following TFC’s reign of supremacy.

Toronto FC bench boss Ryan Nelsen threw the kitchen sink at the club’s biggest rival in the second half but it wasn’t enough. With fo


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