The Journal de Montreal's banner sports headline today read (in French, of course): A TRUE MIRACLE. It was referring to the Montreal Impact's win over Pachuca in the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals, in which Montreal's Cameron Porter scored in the fourth minute of stoppage time to send the Impact through to the semifinals.
While Porter scored the goal, it was made by Minnesota native Calum Mallace, who created it with some defensive hustle, followed by an astonishingly good 65-yard pass to set Porter up. Watch the goal here:
Mallace, scrambling back on defense as Pachuca tried to kill the game, picked up a loose ball and raced up the center of the field. His pass landed perfectly, hitting Porter in stride but landing far enough that the keeper couldn't come out to clear his lines, and Porter scrambled around the Pachuca right back and poked the ball under the keeper and into the net.
Here's another view, from behind the goal.
That's a heck of a pass.