Credit: Twitter

Credit: Twitter

Montreal CF defeated Toronto FC 2-1 in the Canadian Championship quarter-final at the BMO Field in Toronto on Tuesday night. However, the high-voltage game was marred by a massive brawl between the fans of the two teams in the stands during the match, where the fans can be seen violently punching each other close to the steps.

Toronto's lackluster performance this season continued as they trailed to two goals in a space of four minutes against the Montreal-based club.  Zachary Brault-Guillard and Chinonso Offor scored a goal each for Montreal in minutes 35' and 39' respectively. Although, former Napoli forward Lorenzo Insigne scored a goal with a minute remaining in the first half for Toronto, a goalless second half helped Montreal qualify for the semifinals.

During the game, frustrated Toronto fans squared off against Montreal fans and it quickly escalated into a massive brawl in the stands. Both teams' supporters were involved in a violent fight around the steps as some threw punches while others dragged their opponent's fans.

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With the win, CF Montreal qualified for the Canadian Championship semifinals, where they will face Forge FC at the Saputo Stadium in Montreal on Tuesday, May 23. In the MLS standings, Montreal have managed the 11th spot with 12 points in 10 matches while Toronto are placed 13th with 12 points in 11 matches.