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Montreal Impact’s form excites Dominic Oduro
Ghana’s Dominic Oduro is excited by the current form of Montreal Impact in the 2016 Major League Soccer (MLS).

The Impacts lead the Eastern Conference with some 12 points from six games following their impressive away victory over David Accam’s Chicago Fire over the weekend.

The victory by Montreal was its second straight and ended Chicago’s four-game unbeaten run.

Oduro’s blistering form has also contributed immensely to Montreal’s impressive run in the league which happens to be their second best start in the MLS.

The Ghanaian striker has scored twice and provided three assists in the six-week league.

Montreal are not just leading the Eastern Conference but they also look like a team to beat as they keep getting better and better. And this is what excites Oduro the more.

In a brief chat with www.ghsoccerus.net, Oduro was hopeful that Montreal will stay on top of the table till the end of the regular season.

Impact’s next game is a home opener at the Saputo Stadium against Canadian rivals Toronto FC on Saturday, April 23.
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