McNamara, a midfielder, had a goal and assist during that stretch and scored in New York City FC's 3-1 loss to the Red Bulls last weekend. His strike from distance against the Union was named MLS Goal of the Week.
|McNamara Starts||Stat||McNamara Doesn't Start|
|2||Avg. Goals For||0.8|
|1.3||Avg. Goals Against||1.3|
Montreal has won four consecutive matches at home at Stade Saputo. During that stretch, the Impact have outscored opponents 10-3, most recently beating Orlando City SC 2-0 on June 20.
New York City FC defender Jeb Brovsky knows a thing or two about the venue. He played three seasons with the Impact from 2012-14.
"It was an incredible place to play," Brovsky said. "The fans were incredible to me and my family. I owe the fans a lot there. They really supported me. It’s going to be a special feeling to be back in front of them. Hopefully we can get three points, then I’ll be very happy."
|6/20||Orlando City SC||2-0 W|
|6/3||Vancouver Whitecaps FC||2-1 W|
|5/23||FC Dallas||2-1 W|
|5/16||Real Salt Lake||4-1 W|
- Montreal has given up seven goals in the last 15 minutes of matches -- tied for the most in the league this season.
- David Villa is the only player in MLS with at least 260 successful passes, 40 shots and three assists.
- New York City FC are the only team this season yet to score a headed goal.
- New York City FC have won their last two road matches after losing their first six away from the Bronx.
- Laurent Ciman is the only player in MLS with at least 430 successful passes, 60 interceptions and 35 tackles.