Three points, six beers and one Montreal Impact fan on the MLS Team of the Week.
Montreal Impact fan Thomas Tremblay earned his spot on the league's team of the week after putting in a dominant performance at Stade Saputo versus the Houston Dynamo.
The Montreal Impact won the game 1-0 on a goal by Matteo Mancosu and closed the game out with a clean sheet to help lift them to their 5th victory in 5 games against the Houston Dynamo.
Tremblay was recognized for his persistence in vocal disruption which included swearing in three languages (Italian, French, English), singing songs in two languages (French, English), making his fellow fans in the stadium laugh at his hockey and soccer joke about a failing Bruin, and telling Joe Willis that he is shit in Italian all while imbibing copious amounts of beer, staying on beat with the songs from the Ultras Montreal, and going out for post game drinks with his friends while simultaneously preventing his friend Joseph from drunkenly calling his ex-girlfriend Maxine. Tremblay also managed to waive a flag for 30 minutes of the game and celebrate without spilling a drop of beer.
For this epic display of fandom, Tremblay was awarded a place on the MLS Team Of The Week.
This is the second selection for Tremblay after he was awarded a place on the MLS Team of the Week for his 24 hour drive from his temporary remote job in Winnipeg to Montreal to catch last seasons July 11th game against the Columbus Crew.