Kenyan International Victor Wanyama took the responsibility as Montreal Impact football club Captain today against defending MLS Champions Columbus Crew .
The 29 years old defensive midfielder was on form as he won most of the tackles from his opponents and made some key passes in front of Columbus Crew box . He furthermore captained his side very well as Wanyama encouraged his fellow players to keep on moving and cool down while with the ball and off the ball.
The Kenyan international encouragement to his fellow players as a captain help his side get a 0-0 draw against on form and defending MLS champions Columbus Crew . The draw placed Montreal Impact second on the log ,two points behind LA Galaxy .
Victor has found his form this season with Montreal Impact having helped his side last week to a 4-2 victory over Toronto . So far this season Victor side has not lost a game since he kick off captaining his club with three unbeaten game.
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