Montreal, Canada.- Honduran forward, Rommel Kyoto, He lived a dreamy afternoon in the final last Sunday Canadian Championship, There the champion was consecrated CF Montreal Defeated 1-0 Toronto F.C., Scored a goal that defined the match and sealed the pass Concacaf Champions League For your team.
“El Romantico” lived a new dream afternoon with his club, confirming his good scoring moment from being a key component, which this time around helped add pride to CF Montreal against its classic rival at Maple Leaf Country.
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But Quioto was not the only one standing on the field because he made a big gesture with the Honduran fans at Saputo Stadium to watch the final.
Minutes after Montreal’s warm-up, a video shows Rommel approaching the Kyoto stand to present his clothes to one of the fans who came to the stadium to cheer him on.
Kyoto took the time to take off his sweater and give it to a fan, who greeted him passionately in the minutes leading up to the decisive championship match.
? Romell Quioto’s best gesture with some Honduran fans in Canada ahead of the Montreal-Toronto match.
Thanks to Selvin Noel Rosales for sharing the video with us. pic.twitter.com/zfwYpUXaTi
– Honduras Soccer (utFutbolCatracho) November 21, 2021
“Thank you, thank you, thank you,” were the words of the award-winning Catrocho and the gift of his son to Rommel Kyoto.
Unforgettable game in the final
After an emotional gesture with his teammates, Kyoto stood alone on the court and scored a goal that gave Montreal the win against Toronto FC, thus awarding it a new trophy and qualifying for the Confederations Cup.
In this way, Honduran completed a year in which he scored eight goals in the MLS and one in the Canadian Cup, matching his tally from the previous season.
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Romell Quioto scored with CF Montreal of Canada. Catrocho’s beautiful goal. pic.twitter.com/9Xim49FMNu
– குஸ்டாவோ ரோகா (ustGustavoRocaGOL) November 21, 2021
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